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Graduate Programs

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  • The Educational Technology department provides practical skills and knowledge for individuals seeking career growth in educational, corporate, and public service settings that use educational technology and media.

    The Educational Technology department offers the following graduate programs:

    • Associate School Library Media Specialist Certification (24 credits): This ALA/AASL-accredited graduate certification program leads to the Associate School Library Media Specialist certification in NJ (matriculation not required).
       
    • Master of Arts in Educational Technology with a Specialization in School Library Media (36 credits): This ALA/AASL-accredited program leads to the NJ State License as a supervisor of a school library media center and a Master of Arts Degree in Educational Technology (matriculation required). 
       NJ Supervisory Certification can be earned with degree. Speak to your advisor about course options. 
    • Master of Arts in Educational Technology (36 credits): This ISTE-accredited program focuses on developing expertise in teaching and training with technology for varied contexts—K–12 schools, universities, workplaces, museums, and nonprofits. This degree is intended to develop a broad range of technological expertise while exploring the use of current and emerging technologies for effective and efficient teaching in a dynamic, global society. Areas of particular focus will include online teaching and training, technology integration, innovative teaching techniques, and educational games and simulations.  NJ Supervisory Certification can be earned with degree. Speak to your advisor about course options. 
    • Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Educational Technology Leadership: The boundaries that have previously separated academic disciplines from each other and separated academia and the corporate world are shifting, and candidates in this program will be prepared for a wide variety of settings in K-12 schools, post-secondary institutions, and the corporate sector.