Meet and exceed educational standards.

This endorsement is designed to help today's educators meet the updated seventh standard, as well as develop a higher level of technology literacy. Course work integrates faith and learning to facilitate the exploration of hot-button education issues relating to technology, leadership, values, pedagogy and differentiated instruction within the K-12 system.

The Educational Technology Endorsement is designed for those who have a completed bachelor's degree and would like to add another area of expertise to their initial teacher certification. This 21-credit endorsement can be used to complete some of the requirements of the Master of Arts in Education degree.

  • Overview

    • School: Adult & Graduate Studies
    • Division: Education
    • Degree Type: Endorsement
    • Format: Online
    • Location: Grand Rapids
  • Quick Facts

    • Program Length: 46 weeks
    • Delivery Format: Online
      • Accelerated cohort model
      • Flexible, convenient learning options
      • Courses offered one at a time
    • Total Endorsement Credit Hours: 21
    • Career Opportunities:
      • Teacher
      • Curriculum developer
      • Technology lead teacher
    • Application Deadline: Rolling admission

    Cost Breakdown

    To understand the total estimated cost and investment of the Educational Technology Endorsement program, visit our tuition and fees page or review the breakdown of expenses effective June 1, 2018:

    • Tuition: $515 per credit
    • Educational Resources: $85 per course
    • Application Fee: $25

    • Cost Per Three Credit Course: $1,630
    • Total Estimated Cost: $11,435

Program Courses and Catalog

The Educational Technology Endorsement requires completion of the following courses:

  • Technology (EDU-573) — 3 credit hours, 7 weeks
  • Issues in Technology (EDU-541) — 3 credit hours, 7 weeks
  • Instructional Design, Assessment and Evaluation (EDU-542) — 3 credit hours, 7 weeks
  • Designing Multimedia (EDU-545) — 3 credit hours, 7 weeks
  • Teaching in an Online Environment (EDU-544) — 3 credit hours, 7 weeks
  • Community Building and Educational Leadership (EDU-524) — 3 credit hours, 7 weeks
  • Master's Project B (EDU-595) — 3 credit hours, 4 weeks

View the 2017-18 Professional & Graduate Studies Graduate Academic catalog for graduation requirements and course descriptions.