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 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

    Tuition Costs

    To understand the total estimated cost and investment of the Educational Technology Endorsement program, review a breakdown of expenses:

    • Tuition Cost: $460 per credit hour
    • Technology Fee: $40 per course
    • Resource Fee: $75 per course

Program Courses and Catalog

The Educational Technology Endorsement requires completion of the following courses:

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

For course descriptions and graduation requirements, view the 2016-17 Professional & Graduate Studies Graduate Academic Catalog.

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