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M.S. Computer Education - Online
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Fontbonne University’s Master of Science in Computer Education program is for educators who want to integrate technology into their teaching and curriculum in order to help prepare their students for the 21st century. Educators include everyone interested in enhancing teaching and learning by the use of technology: K – 12 teachers, community and four-year college instructors, as well as those in business and industry who are charged with the professional development of their colleagues.
Our program helps educators develop the professional skills, knowledge and perspective necessary to stay current and relevant in today’s electronic age. You’ll learn to work with computers and computer-supported technologies as an educator — not as a technology expert. You’ll be prepared to handle differentiated learning styles and challenges that you face daily in an educational environment.
At Fontbonne, we believe in teaching by example. Classes are small. Our faculty are educational leaders who combine strong academic credentials with relevant experience. They are experts with years of experience using technology in the classroom of local school districts and colleges. Professors are knowledgeable and committed to your success. They share effective contemporary techniques that will prepare you to excel and inspire students of your own.
Fontbonne University’s computer education graduate degree and certificates are available completely online, and, just like our traditional programs, our online programs are fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (30 North LaSalle Street, Suite 2400, Chicago, IL 60602-2504; 1-800-621-7440). You’ll receive the same high-quality education online as students who attend classes on campus. You’ll learn from the same outstanding faculty and share the same curriculum. The difference is optimum flexibility, an important factor that makes it possible for you to reach your higher education goals.
More Opportunities to Advance and Excel
A Master of Science in Computer Education degree can be earned in 33 credit hours, or you can earn one of three graduate certificates in computer education. Experienced educators with master’s degrees can advance their professional development — and salaries. Our computer education graduate degree challenges you to remain professionally current and in demand in the evolving landscape of modern education. If you are a K-12 teacher, earning this degree is an excellent way to complete your continuing education requirement and learn new technology that will enhance your classroom teaching.
All courses earned towards the certificate can be applied towards the MS degree in Computer Education.
Find out more
To schedule an informational meeting, or learn more about applying to the computer education graduate program, call Dr. Mary Abkemeier, program director @ (314) 889-1497 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.