Why earn a graduate certificate in educational technology at Missouri State?
- Earn your certificate 100% online in just two or three semesters.
- Boost your career. This certificate helps administrators, teachers or staff pursue training roles.
- Explore the tools and strategies used within the digital learning environment. Be on the cutting edge of education.
- Know the best technology for schools and businesses, depending on your learner’s needs.
Possible career paths
This certificate can be used beyond traditional teaching, too. Become a tech specialist or trainer for businesses, hospitals and other non-academic workplaces.
- Building level technology specialist
- System-wide technology coordinator
- Business and technology classroom teacher
- K-12 instructional technologist/coach
Certificate in Educational Technology
Ching-Wen Chang, Program Director
Hill Hall, Room 420; Phone 417-836-5353
The Graduate Certificate in Educational Technology provides a 12 hour graduate-level experience for school administrators, teachers and staff or those in other occupations who desire this expertise. The program provides for the acquisition of knowledge and skills necessary for technology support and training. The certificate is open to professionals from a variety of disciplines and specialties. This certificate is a Missouri State University Certificate and does not meet the State of Missouri certification requirements for teaching.
To be considered for the program, a prospective student must meet the admission requirements for a Graduate Certificate at Missouri State University.
Required courses (12 hours)
|Course Code||Course Title||Credit Hours|
|EDT 660||Digital-Age Learning Environments||3 hrs|
|EDT 665||Selection and Utilization of Educational Technology||3 hrs|
|EDT 763||Administration of Educational Technology||3 hrs|
|EDT 764||Instructional Design||3 hrs|
Students must maintain a grade point average of at least 3.00 on all graduate course work at Missouri State University.
Note: This certificate is a Missouri State University certificate and does not meet the State of Missouri certification requirements for teaching.