2016-2017 Graduate Academic Catalog

Educational/Instructional Technology

The Educational Technology program attracts a wide range of educators world-wide seeking to acquire competency in the constantly changing field of technology in education. Program graduates have achieved a national reputation for their pioneering roles in integrating technology into schools and classrooms. Program faculty have developed curricula and research projects funded by the National Science Foundation and other major research and development centers. The program has become a blueprint for educational technology graduate programs nationwide.

M.Ed. Program leading to Initial Teacher License in Massachusetts:

M.Ed. in Educational Technology Leading to Initial Teacher License in Instructional Technology

Licensure Only Program:

Educational Technology Leading to Initial Teacher License in Instructional Technology

For current information on state testing requirements for initial licensure programs, Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure (MTEL) test administration dates, and the Lesley University MTEL policy, see Lesley's Certification and Educator Licensure Office web page.

Non-Licensure M.Ed. Program:

M.Ed. in Educational Technology

Graduate Certificates:

Online Teaching

Navigating Our Digital World

Emerging Technologies

In addition, the cross-university Ph.D. program in Educational Studies, which includes an individually designed program, allows students to create a plan of study focusing on technology in education under the supervision of a senior faculty advisor (see the Ph.D. program listing at the beginning of the Graduate School of Education programs).