Master of Science in Technology

Overview

M.S. in Technology

The Master of Science in Technology (MST) degree is designed for students who have interest in incorporating technology to enhance learning and teaching methods. This program is also designed for teachers or other educational professionals who wish to add supplemental certifications to their teaching license, such as Information and Communication Technology I, Information and Communication Technology II, Computer Applications, STEM, and Career Pathway Experiences. Career opportunities include technology planner and facilitator, technology consultant, secondary or community college teacher, and educator with AA license and supplemental endorsements. Upon completion of the degree, students will be prepared to pursue a Ph.D. degree in any related field.

Dr. Linda Cornelious | 662.325.8944 | LCornelious@colled.msstate.edu

Curriculum

Admission Requirements and Deadlines

New Curriculum-Fall 2017

MST Student Navigation Guide

Course Offering Schedule


Disclaimer
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