Master of Arts in
Teaching and Learning with Technology
Advance your teaching and presentation skills with your Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning with Technology degree through Ashford University. Students who successfully complete this degree program often pursue careers as instructional technology leaders, consultants and coaches, online educators, school or college technology experts, and educational entrepreneurs.
What you will learn
The Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning with Technology focuses on developing your expertise in designing, implementing, and facilitating instructional technology in a variety of learning environments. Through your studies, you will connect theory and practice in the design of learning solutions for a digital age. Knowledge of current and emerging instructional technologies will support you in educational and professional settings. Upon completion of the Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning with Technology degree program, you will be able to:
- Generate a shared and learner-focused instructional vision
- Synthesize data to draw conclusions that inform the design of effective learning solutions
- Design effective learning solutions by blending theory and accepted practice
- Create strategies for safe, legal, and ethical use of digital information and technology
- Propose solutions for equitable access to digital tools and technology
- Construct solutions specific to target audiences and learning environments
- Facilitate effective and engaging learning events
- Prescribe a variety of technologies for teaching and learning in a digital world
MA in Teaching and Learning with Technology
Discover the Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning with Technology program. In this video, Dr. Michelle Warn, Graduate Department Chair and Program Chair of the MA in Teaching and Learning with Technology in the College of Education, explains what you can expect to learn during this master program and how it will prepare you for a rewarding career in teaching and learning with technology.
Careers in Teaching and Learning with Technology
When you graduate with your Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning with Technology, you will be prepared for a career in which a broad background and specialized knowledge are required. Take a look at your potential career options.
Specializations in Teaching and Learning with Technology
Delve into other areas of teaching and learning with technology when you add a specialization to your Teaching and Learning with Technology Master program. You must choose one of the following specializations to add to your degree program (15 credits):
Standard MA/Teaching & Learning with Technology
Your Courses in Teaching and Learning with Technology
Earn your Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning with Technology from Ashford University. With the Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning with Technology, you will embark on a variety of courses that will provide you with the skills to apply the latest technology to teaching and online learning, as well as to serve as a resource for your fellow teachers and colleagues. You will also add a specialization to your master to provide further focus to your studies.
Major Course Requirements
Core Courses (15 credits, all courses are 3 credits, unless otherwise noted.)