Online M.Ed. for Working Adults

The Master of Education with a concentration in instructional design and technology program from the Mount prepares you to leverage technology to enhance learning.

The Master of Education with a concentration in instructional design and technology is designed to prepare future instructional designers for schools and training organizations. Instructional designers plan, design and develop learning interventions applying best practices and technology to support the development of accessible content, curriculum and other training materials. They apply learning theory and collaborate with subject matter experts to maximize learner success.

The program will cover current trends in education, the role of distance education, and integrating technology in teaching and learning. Course material will guide you through how to create effective digital age learning environments to support educators in developing instruction that is active, constructive and reflective. You’ll also learn how to plan and deliver research-based professional development, implement instructional design principles, and address issues of security, privacy and accessibility, along with legal and ethical considerations for technology use.

With a Master of Education with a concentration in instructional design and technology, you can pursue positions as an instructional designer in educational, corporate and nonprofit settings.

The acclaimed M.Ed. program is also recognized for:

  • Classes designed for working adults. Attend evening classes online (synchronously or asynchronously) on a part-time or full-time basis.
  • Accreditation by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE)
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M.Ed. study tracks also include a concentration in reading and a program in instructional leadership.

This program is available to be completed fully online asynchronous and/or synchronous.

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Affordability & Aid

Graduate level programs are designed to be taken one course at a time and program pricing is set by credit hours instead of by the year like traditional undergraduate programs.

  • $21,384 – Estimated total cost of program tuition, including fees.*
  • Cost is based on 36 credits (12 classes) at $594 per credit*
  • Students may transfer in up to 9 graduate credits
  • No application fee

*Tuition and fees represent 2022-23 rates, effective July 1, 2022. Tuition is subject to change without notice.

Financial Aid

Students enrolled on at least half-time basis (6-credits per semester) may qualify for financial aid. You may seek financial assistance through federal and state-funded programs, private loan providers, or deferment of undergraduate loans.

The Mount also has a variety of employer tuition remission or reimbursement agreements with local school systems, businesses and community colleges, so you may just get a discount from your employer or previous college. Learn more about Graduate Student Financial Aid at the Mount.

Admissions & Application

  • Classes begin: Every semester.
  • Admissions: Rolling.
  • No application fee.

Application Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree with a minimum 2.75 GPA.
  • Official transcript(s) from all accredited institutions attended after high school.
Start Your Free Application Today

Apply Here

For questions, please contact:

Mary Newton
Assistant to the Dean
School of Education
newton@msmary.edu

Affordability & Aid

Affordability & Aid

Graduate level programs are designed to be taken one course at a time and program pricing is set by credit hours instead of by the year like traditional undergraduate programs.

  • $21,384 – Estimated total cost of program tuition, including fees.*
  • Cost is based on 36 credits (12 classes) at $594 per credit*
  • Students may transfer in up to 9 graduate credits
  • No application fee

*Tuition and fees represent 2022-23 rates, effective July 1, 2022. Tuition is subject to change without notice.

Financial Aid

Students enrolled on at least half-time basis (6-credits per semester) may qualify for financial aid. You may seek financial assistance through federal and state-funded programs, private loan providers, or deferment of undergraduate loans.

The Mount also has a variety of employer tuition remission or reimbursement agreements with local school systems, businesses and community colleges, so you may just get a discount from your employer or previous college. Learn more about Graduate Student Financial Aid at the Mount.

Admissions & Application

Admissions & Application

  • Classes begin: Every semester.
  • Admissions: Rolling.
  • No application fee.

Application Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree with a minimum 2.75 GPA.
  • Official transcript(s) from all accredited institutions attended after high school.
Start Your Free Application Today

Apply Here

For questions, please contact:

Mary Newton
Assistant to the Dean
School of Education
newton@msmary.edu