The Master’s degree (M.S.) in TET prepares educators to be successful in integrating available and emerging technologies into their teaching. This program focuses on an instructional systems approach and the principles of learning design. By capitalizing on their content expertise, students will further develop their skills to apply technological tools to the learning process. Students with this degree will be able to develop and implement best practices in the use of technology to enhance both teaching and learning.
The M.S. degree is a 36-hour program beyond the Bachelor’s degree. The TET core consists of 27 hours of required courses, including an experience in either a practicum or internship setting.
Master of Science, Technology for Education and Training, K-12 Education, Plan B only (non–thesis): Total 36 credit hours
Major Area Coursework
(instruction of some courses shared between USD and DSU campuses)
Electives will be designed and developed through consultation with the graduate student, the TET Advisor and the Graduate Committee. It is recommended that elective courses have significant instructional technology component, while still being relevant to the needs and interests of the student.