This option prepares educators to assume leadership roles in the field of educational technology. In particular, the program is designed to prepare computer-using teachers, e-learning developers and trainers, technology coordinators and specialists, and other instructional technology experts for PK-12 schools and other educational and training settings.
Note: Teachers who plan to teach in public California K-12 classrooms or work as school-level or district-level computer coordinators must obtain a California teaching credential. For some district-level technology coordinator positions, a Level 1 California Administrative Credential is required.
Admission to the Program
In addition to University requirements for admission to graduate study, applicants must:
1) have a minimum 2.75 grade point average in the last 60 semester units attempted,
2) have basic computer literacy,
3) submit a written application to the Charter College of Education and the Division of Applied and Advanced Studies in Education
(Download the form from Charter College of Education website.),
4) submit two letters of recommendation from university faculty or professional references, and
5) secure approved program plan from advisor.