Technology Education Option


Students who complete the Technology Education option of the Curriculum & Instruction Master’s degree are expected to demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and dispositions of a Master Teacher.

Graduates will exhibit:

  1. Skill in managing, monitoring, and assessing student learning;
  2. Systematic reflection regarding their professional practice and experience; and
  3. Commitment to membership in a community of learners.

Program of Study

Core Content - 12 credits12
Assessment and Evaluation in Education
Applied Educational Research
Mentoring New Teachers
Contemporary Issues in Education
Signature Content - 15 credits; choose from the following15
History and Philosophy of Technology Education
3D Modeling & Animation
General School Curriculum
Technology, Instructional Design, and Learner Success
In-Service Education
Electives relevant to licensure area and approved by graduate advisor
Master’s Capstone - 3 credits 3
Professional Paper/Project
Total Credits30

Contact Information 

Dr. Gilbert Kalonde
406-994-5775 Email: