M.A. in Educational Technology

The Master of Arts in Educational Technology program is designed for licensed teachers who want to further their education and are interested in technology. It offers an understanding of the roles of hardware, software, and their integration within various curricular areas. It also explores ethical and biblical issues involved in the use of technology in education.

The degree is ideally suited for:

  • Teachers interested in maximizing the use of technology in the classroom
  • Christian school teachers seeking credits for ASCI certification renewal
  • Educational supervisors or computer coordinators
  • Those interested in a flexible master’s degree program

Students will benefit from Johnson’s accreditation, affordable tuition, and an experienced and engaged faculty passionate about each student’s success. This degree program, taught partly online and partly face-to-face, or completely face-to-face at Johnson’s Tennessee campus, requires a minimum of two years of part-time study.

On-ground professional courses are delivered in a series of two-week sessions during the summer. Other courses, including six credit hours of Bible courses, are offered online or on Johnson’s Tennessee campus during the school year. Graduates of this 36-credit program meet the National Education Technology Standards (NETS) set by the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE).

Students who complete this program will be able to do the following:

  • Pursue the teaching profession as servants of Christ.
  • Demonstrate professional skills related to educational technology.

For a comprehensive list regarding program goals and objectives, see the catalog.

Professional Area Courses
Integrating Biblical Values & Education
Mobile Computing
Special Issues: Game-Based Learning
Web 2.0
Putting Your School on the Web
Special Issues: Digital Video
Computer Tools for the Teacher & Student
Introduction to Technology Worldwide