Master of Education (Educational Technology)

Program Snapshot

Evolve The Way Tech Helps Us Teach

Technology is changing the way we learn. From our education system, to our businesses and industries, our world is increasingly relying on technology to solve problems and create efficiencies. That’s why the Master of Education in Educational Technology at CBU, offered in partnership with Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN), is designed to help you understand and promote the educational use of technology.

This program is taken online through CBU and MUN. Educators at all levels will find this program interesting and applicable, including K-12 teachers, school administrators and those in the post-secondary system, business and industry and most other adult learning situations. This program is built to be flexible and is available online through full-time or part-time study.

While this degree may be awarded at convocation at either CBU or MUN, the degree is conferred by MUN. The administration of this program, including the application process, is facilitated through Memorial University of Newfoundland.

Students have the option to do a course-based program or a thesis-based program.

What skills will I gain from this program?

  • Computer communications
  • Networking and multimedia application skills

Why study at CBU?

CBU is at the centre of an emerging tech hotspot. And you don’t even have to be here to experience it. You’ll be connected to accessible, world-class faculty online. So, that means you can focus on developing the skills you need to take on the real world knowing you’re getting the education you need to grow.

With this program, students have the opportunity to take courses from two different universities and a wide range of instructors, all of whom are here to help you succeed both in and out of class, on or offline.

Sample Courses

  • ED6100 Research Designs and Methods in Education (through MUN)
  • EDUC5131 Digital Citizenship in a Global Community (through CBU)

Possible Career Paths

  • Eligibility for an increase in teacher certification

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