CUW’s graduate degree in Educational Design and Technology will show you what it means to teach and learn in a digital world.
CUW’s program offers you the opportunity to:
- Inspire learning and creativity through existing and emerging technologies
- Benefit from small class sizes and individual attention from faculty
- Help your school thrive in the digital age
- Promote active learning, group collaboration, and extensive use of a wide variety of web-based technologies
- Complete the entire program online
- Play an active role in the learning community through online courses
Credit hours required: 33
Concordia University Wisconsin’s MS in Educational Design and Technology has a fourfold emphasis: digital literacy, creating digital age learning experiences, exploring how digital culture impacts schools, and the spiritual and ethical implications of technology in education.
Program graduates will be able to:
- Teach 21st century skills
- Encourage classroom engagement through technology
- Explore how technology meets the diverse needs of learners
- Use a wide variety of technologies to meet classroom needs
- Design and develop effective learning experiences, environments, resources, and assessments
- Promote research and data-driven decisions about technology-enhanced teaching and learning environments
- Promote and model digital citizenship and Christian discipleship within the context of the digital age
Grants are available to teachers in Christian schools (Lutheran, Catholic, or other). Please check with our Financial Aid office for more details.
- Minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0
- Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college
You don’t need to be a licensed teacher to be accepted to this program. Our program was also designed for individuals interested in instructional design, training in the nonprofit sector, and educational ministry in church and para-church settings.
The curriculum for our Educational Design and Technology program includes coursework in online teaching and learning, innovation in education, educational ministry in the digital world, digital literacy, and building online learning communities. See our course catalog for our full curriculum.
Dr. Bernard Bull
Please contact our graduate admissions staff for more information.