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Educational Technology

Educational technology graduate program certification, computer education, technology teacher, technology education - Nazareth College, Rochester NY

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Will Bean '08

Will Bean '08

Will talks about why educational technology is important to today's classroom, and why Nazareth was his school of choice. Read Will's Profile

From kindergarten, through middle school, to high school – and beyond – students are immersed in technology and rely on it every day. School districts are looking for teachers who not only know how to use and integrate the latest technology into their curricula and classrooms, but who have the knowledge and skills to teach others to do the same.

The Educational Technology Master's degree at Nazareth College does just that. Over the course of their studies, students in this program will gain hands on experience with the latest technologies found in schools today. Students completing this degree at Nazareth College gain an additional certification as Educational Technology Specialists (K-12).

Program Highlights

  • Hands on learning — Learn the theories behind the latest technologies in our state-of-the-art computer laboratories, and use them to develop projects that are applicable to real classroom settings.
  • Real world experience — Create web pages for area not-for-profit agencies and experience how web design is really done.
  • Variety of studies — Learn about today’s cutting edge technologies including computer graphics, multi-media, robotics, and more.
  • Flexibility — Choose a course of study that fits your schedule, either the Traditional or the Hybrid program.

Program Director

Dr. James Fenwick
 GAC 283
(585) 389-2630
Fax: (585) 586-2452
jfenwic3@naz.edu

Program Options

Traditional Program

This program is run on the normal semester system. Students take 3-12 credits per semester on campus. Program Requirements

Hybrid Program

This program is a two-year program that only admits students for a summer start. In the summer start, students meet on campus for 3 intensive weeks in July. The program then offers courses on-line in the fall and spring semesters. Students meet on campus for two weekends each semester. This sequence repeats for year two. Program Requirements

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