Tech-savvy teachers are in demand.
Ask any teacher, and they’ll tell you that the times are a-changin’. Technology has become a major factor in both the way we teach and the way students learn—and there has never been a better time to make your mark in your field.
This program will prepare you to create tech-infused learning environments and curriculums. It will also make you an expert in multimedia, web authoring, instructional programming, computer hardware, and tons more.
So join the revolution. Lead the way in teaching and learning practices with an MSET from DSU.
Benefits of getting your MSET at DSU
Our graduates are in high demand because they are simply better prepared for the modern classroom.
That means you’ll enjoy higher earning power, you’ll be better able to engage your students, and you’ll be a natural leader wherever you decide to teach.
Best of all, you’ll hold a degree from the region’s foremost institution in educational technology—an academic arena that embraces small class sizes and an individualized approach, at a public-university cost.
We offer two optional specializations for our MSET degree, which will be included on your official transcript:
- Distance education
- Technology systems
If you hold or are eligible for a teaching certification, you can also earn a K-12 educational technology endorsement.
Apply to our MSET program
This is a popular project-based program that fills up quickly, so it’s a good idea to get your application (PDF) in as soon as possible.
And if you haven’t done so already, be sure to read up on our program-specific admission requirements for the MSET before applying.
Get your degree online
Our Master of Science in Educational Technology program is also offered online, with the exception of two classes that do require time on campus.
See what classes you’ll be taking in our Graduate Catalog. Check up on when and how to apply to this program (PDF) with the timelines and requirements, or meet MSET faculty online or during a campus visit. You can always contact us with any questions—or just to talk about what is possible.