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Master's Degree Program of Study:

The Technology Education Master's degree is intended to provide enhanced employment opportunities to students interested in education and other professions. Each student's program of study outlines the major courses and activities which the student pursues while engaged in graduate study. Students are required to complete a Program of Study and have it approved prior to the end of the second semester of enrollment.

Admission to the Master's Degree:

 Masters Degree applicants must have a baccalaureate degree and a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.75. If the undergraduate GPA is below 2.75 applicants must score at least 50 on the Millers Analogies Test (MAT ) or 1000 on the  Graduate Record Exam  (GRE) . International students must score at least 213 on the computer-based TOEFL or 550 on the paper-based TOEFL.


Required Courses
TE 730 Introduction to Technology 3
TE 691 IDT Professional Practice 3
TE 611 Computer Mediated Communication 3
EDP640 Instructional Design 3
TE 750 Web-Based Instructional Design 3
TE 600 Development of Instructional Materials 3
TE 601 Distance Education 3
TE 710 Contemporary Probs in Communication 3
TE 740 Curriculum Development/Tech 3
TE 744 Instructional Technology Integration 3
Elective #1: 3

Elective #2: (EDP 612 for Thesis Option)

Elective #3: (TE 698 for Thesis Option) 3

Total Credit Hours


Need more information?
Contact Dr. Neal Shambaugh, 293-2060, Neal.Shambaugh@mail.wvu.edu