Specializations in Technology

A master's degree in urban education with specializations in technology

Be prepared for either two areas of specialization:  Technology in Urban Classrooms or District Technology Leadership.

The Technology in Urban Classrooms specialization helps educators improve their practices and skills to better meet the needs of their diverse students with technology and to prepare them to work as Technology or Instructional Coaches. The District Technology Leadership specialization prepares educators to become district-level technology leaders who help their schools and communities address technology through the lenses of equity, inclusion and justice.

Technology program goals

Graduates of the Technology in Urban Classrooms specialization who do have a Indiana teaching license have the option of taking the Indiana Computer Educator licensure exam to add this add-on certification to their current license.

Graduates of the District Technology Leadership specialization have the option of taking the Certified Education Technology Leader (CETL) exam to work towards nationally-recognized CETL certification through CoSN (Consortium on School Networks).

About the curriculum

The Urban Education Masters with Specializations in Technology is a two-year, 36 credit-hour program set up for the working education professional when completed as suggested.  As a hybrid program, you have the opportunity to take classes on campus and online.

The program is flexible enough to meet your specific needs when planned in consultation with a Graduate Advisor

Begin your specializations in technology!