Technology is revolutionizing the way students learn and how businesses benefit from technology-enabled educational tools. Aligned with ISTE-T standards, the Master of Educational Technology program prepares students to teach, work and learn in an increasingly connected global and digital society.
A Master of Educational Technology (MET) degree from Webster University helps students stay up-to-date with the latest tech tools and theories. Instilling responsible digital habits among students and colleagues, graduate students are finding new inspiration for lesson plans that foster creativity and achieve better comprehension of content. They also learn how to effectively communicate and collaborate with colleagues and students in their fields while refining their instructional skills.
Educational Technology Academic Programs
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