Master of Arts in Education (M.A.Ed.)

Teacher Leader

with Instructional Computer Technology Endorsement

Online 30 major credits * 20 months

Repayment after graduation as low as


*if using financial aid

How to Pay
Accredited and Affordable Master's Programs

Program Highlights & Benefits

100% online cohort

20 month completion time, including holiday breaks

No GRE required for some programs

No weekend classes


For experienced teachers who hold a teaching certificate and who wish to earn a first Master’s degree in education (Rank II) and Instructional Computer Technology Endorsement. Experienced teachers who hold a teaching certificate and a first Master’s degree in education may also choose to complete this program to earn a second Master’s degree and Rank I.

What You Learn

The basic tenet of the Teacher Leader MA with Instructional Technology endorsement is to empower you to leverage teacher leadership skills to improve the use of technology in your classroom, school, and district. Through research, data collection, assessment, and practice, you will learn to effectively identify and address important technology competencies, research-based practices, and new technology tools and resources to improve your own technology expertise, and to lead others in using appropriate technology, to improve student learning and teacher productivity.

How You Learn

This is fully online cohort. Face-to-face class meetings are not required. You will log in to the online classroom to participate in online activities which may include webinars, chats, and/or group discussions/activities, and to access materials and complete assignments electronically. You will finish one course every 7 and one-half weeks. Following this schedule, you will complete the program in approximately 20 months.

Career Outcomes

Upon completion of this program, students will have earned a Teacher Leader Master of Arts in Education degree and an endorsement in Instructional Computer Technology. There is no PRAXIS required to earn this endorsement. You will enhance your classroom technology knowledge and skills, be qualified to teach computer-related courses, serve as a technology resource teacher, or become a school, district, or state technology leader. You would also be qualified for certain types of instructional technology-related positions outside of P-12 schools.

Degree Requirements

EDU 557Planning and Management of Technology in Schools3
EDU 630Technology in the Online Classroom3
EDU 642Coding for Teachers3
EDU 560Methods of Teaching Technology Concepts with Practicum3
EDU 510Foundations: Becoming a Teacher Leader3
EDU 527Advanced Applications of Technology for Teacher Leaders3
EDU 529Teaching in a Diverse Society: Deepening the Skills for Teacher Leaders3
EDU 545Curriculum and Assessment for Teacher Leaders3
EDU 626Developing Teacher Leadership through Research/Implementation of Capstone Research Project6
 Total Credit Hours:30
Please Note:

This is only an introduction to the program. Coursework may be taken in a different order.