The M.A. in Educational Technology is a 32-credit program that prepares students for careers in formal and informal learning environments, including higher education, libraries, schools, and the private sector.
Why should I enroll in Adelphi’s M.A. in Educational Technology program?
What will I study in the Educational Technology Program?
» See the course of study requirements for the non-certification track
Available as an accelerated program (can be completed in 14 months)
(Note: Certification track is currently closed to new students)
Who are the Educational Technology faculty?
Matthew Curinga joined Adelphi in the Fall of 2010 to develop the graduate program in educational technology. He has drawn on his experience as a researcher, educator, and software engineer to create a program that helps students succeed in educational technology. His research considers the political implications encoded in the design of networked software systems.
Aaron Hung’s research interests include the study of social interaction in technology-mediated environments. He is author of The Work of Play, published by Peter Lang.
Elizabeth de Freitas’s research interests include narrative, cultural studies, discourse analysis, and mathematics education. She has published articles in Educational Studies in Mathematics, The International Journal of Education and the Arts, Teaching Education, Language and Literacy, Gender and Education, The Journal of the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies, and The Canadian Journal of Education.
What will it cost?
The total cost of the M.A. will include tuition, University fees, books, other supplies, etc.
How do I apply to The M.A. in Educational Technology?
Our competitive application process considers prior professional and academic experience, as well as the fit with the program. You will need to submit:
Candidates are encouraged to apply by filling out the online application. Applications are considered on a rolling basis, we typically respond to applicants within 1-2 weeks of receiving their complete application. We encourage full-time students, but have room for some part-time students. We admit students on a rolling basis and do not require the GRE. Local, national, and international applicants are welcome.