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EARN YOUR MASTERS OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN COMPUTER EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY WHILE YOU TEACH

Program Description:

The mission of the Master of Science in Computer Educational Technology program is to produce graduates who demonstrate technical proficiency in infusing technology effectively into teaching and learning. Our graduates will perform successfully as Computer Educational Technology leader in collaborating with educational organizations to enhance effective use of technology to increase students’ achievement.

The mission of the Department of Computer Sciences, Mathematics and Technology is to produce graduates who demonstrate knowledge of the fundamentals of their disciplines, intellectual maturity, and high moral and ethical standards. Our graduates will be aware of contemporary local, national, and global issues, they will become lifelong learners, and they will seek continual professional improvements to adapt to the ever-changing technological demands of the contemporary workplace. In addition, the Department equips general education students with the technological and analytical skills necessary to perform effectively in their career or profession.

Admission Requirements

1. Two-Page Completed Application Form
2. Three Letters of Recommendation
3. One-page essay
4. Official Transcript(s) from all previously attended universities
5. Five (5) year Teaching Certificate or Passing Score on General Knowledge Test
6. $40 Non-refundable Application Fee
7. An intake interview with program coordinator.

Graduation Requirements

  • Successful completion of the required semester-hours
  • A cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher
  • A Passing score on the comprehensive exam or successful completion and defense of thesis
  • Graduate Record Exams (GRE) score

For specific program information, contact the program coordinator:

Dr. Nicolas Diogo,
Assistant Professor of Computer Information Systems:
ndiogo@fmuniv.edu
305-623-1401