The MSET Program was designed to help meet the increasing demand for technology in the classroom. There is a need to train educators to use computer technology and this program is designed to train educators to teach others how to integrate a variety of computer technology.Upon completion of the program teachers will be able to be:
Basically by the end of this program graduates will be able to apprehend the importance of technology in the classroom and its affects on education.
The program integrates a highly technological environment with a project-based curriculum. Its focus is supported by an institutionally systemic belief that there is a substantial role for technology in teaching and learning in all educational environments.
The following information is the plan of study that I followed in order to complete the requirements of the MSET Program.
|Plan of Study|
|Course #||Course Title||Credit Hours||Semester Completed|
|CET 751||Computer Hardware and Networking Essentials||3||Spring 2005|
|CET 692||Leader for 1:1||1||Spring 2006|
|EDFN 593||Emerging Technology Tools||1||Summer 2008|
|CET 692||Network Server Deployment||3||Summer 2009|
|CET 756||Introduction to Instructional Programming||2||Fall 2009|
|LT 785||Research Methods in Educational Technology||3||Spring 2010|
|CET765||Leadership in Technological Change||2||Spring 2010|
|LT 712||Principles of Learning for Instructional Technology||3||Summer 2010|
|LT 731||Multimedia Production||3||Summer 2010|
|LT 741||Introduction to Distance Education||3||Fall 2010|
|CET 747||Web & ITV-Based Applications of Distance Education||3||Fall 2010|
|LT 716||Systematic Design of Instruction||3||Spring 2011|
|CET 720||Evaluating Technology Outcomes||3||Spring 2011|
|CET 726||Technology in the Curriculum||3||Summer 2011|
Total Credit Hours