The program is flexible and relevant for current and future education professionals of all types such as teachers, instructional technologists, educational administrators, instructional designers in companies and non-profit organizations. Students will gain meaningful, practical grounding in tools and concepts related to the use of technology in educational settings. 

Admission Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution
  • Minimum overall undergraduate grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
  • If applying for the NP endorsement, a Michigan teaching certificate is required; otherwise, certificate not required

Find all criteria and applications to apply here.

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Program News


Developer track students are required to attend at least two Gatherings.  MA students in the program work in teams to develop, pilot, and evaluate projects that utilize technology in meaningful and inventive ways. Along with current students in the MA program, Gatherings are attended by program alumni, educators from various parts of the world, and other affiliates of the IIE, all of whom will share and provide collaborative opportunities. Visit the Institute for Innovation in Education website for upcoming Gatherings.

Ed Tech students, lifelong learning students, and guest students can register for credit for Gatherings under EDT 630. More information can be found at the program's website.


Ed Tech students at UM-Flint have the opportunity to work with exciting partner organizations worldwide, including: