Curriculum & Foundations (C&F)

Educational Technology

Program Overview

Cleveland State University's College of Education and Human Services offers teachers the opportunity to pursue a Master's Degree in Education in the area of Curriculum and Instruction with a Specialization in Educational Technology. If students have an Ohio teaching certificate or license, earning this Master's degree will also qualify them for the State of Ohio's Computer and Technology Teaching Endorsement.
The Masters Degree (31 credit hours) and Endorsement Program (19 credit hours) are offered at Cleveland State University's main campus, Lorain County Community College (LCCC) through the University Partnership Program and at TRI-C Corporate College East in Warrensville Heights, OH. Coursework delivery methods include via face-to-face instruction, interactive video distance learning, online instruction and blended learning.
The flexible schedule and course offerings allow teachers to continue to work while developing technology integration skills in the pursuit of the Master's Degree, or Computer and Technology Teaching Endorsement.

Interested and prospective students can contact the program coordinator, Dr. Selma Koc at