Educational Technology is an innovative way to design, deliver, facilitate, and manage instruction for learners of all ages, whether it is face-to-face in a classroom, online, or a combination of methods. You may also apply in combination with one of the aligned certificate programs. These include: Certificate in Online Teaching, Certificate in School Technology Coordination, and a Certificate in Technology Integration Specialist.
Doctor of Education in Educational Technology Ed.D.
Dr. Ross Perkins
1910 University Dr., Boise, ID 83725-1747
2. Hold a master’s degree from a regionally accredited U.S. institution of higher learning or from a non-U.S. institution of higher education that is judged equivalent to a U.S. baccalaureate degree by the International Admissions Office. Or, have earned a master’s degree no later than July of the cohort start year.
3. A letter of application that adheres to the Ed.D. Admissions Guidebook.
4. A professional resume or curriculum vitae that adheres to the guidelines set in the Ed.D. Admissions Guidebook.
5. A scholarly paper that adheres to the guidelines set in the Ed.D. Admissions Guidebook.
6. Official GRE Scores. The test must have been taken within five years of the application date.
7. Three professional references. Please either complete the web-based form or submit a letter of recommendation; see the Ed.D Admission Guidebook for more details.
A limited number of full-time and part-time graduate assistantships are offered. Full-time assistantships include a full-tuition and health insurance waiver, and a $10,000 stipend paid over two semesters. Part-time assistantships include a full-tuition and health insurance waiver, and a $5,000 stipend paid over two semesters.
Application to the Graduate College, plus cover letter, CV, and scholarly paper: February 1st.
All official transcripts and scores must appear in the Graduate College application system: February 7th. Applications received after the deadline are accepted through March 1st, but are only reviewed after on-time applications have been considered.