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Graduate of the Master of Education in technology facilitation program at Mount St. Mary's University.

Master of Education in Technology Facilitation

Earn Your M.Ed. with a Technology Facilitation Concentration.

Lead the 21st century classroom with a Master of Education from the Mount. The M.Ed. program with a concentration in technology facilitation prepares you to leverage technology to enhance learning.

School of Education

The Master of Education in technology facilitation program is part of the School of Education. Rigorous programs and close interaction with acclaimed faculty ensure that graduates leave the Mount ready to make a difference in a rapidly changing educational environment.

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  • Undergraduate Minor
  • Certificate
  • Graduate Program
  • Adult Undergraduate
  • Special Program

About the program.

The Master of Education with a concentration in technology facilitation program is designed to prepare you to serve as a technology facilitator in a K-12 setting for an individual school or entire district, as well as provide professional development for teachers and school administrators.

The program will cover current trends in education, the role of distance education, and integrating technology in teaching and learning. Course material will guide you through how to create effective digital age learning environments to support teachers in developing instruction that is active, constructive and reflective to maximize learning for all students. You'll also learn how to plan and deliver research-based professional development workshops, prepare a technology plan, engage in facilities planning, and address issues of security, along with legal and ethical uses of technology.

Lastly, you'll complete a practicum where you'll partner with an experienced technology facilitator or specialist and engage in the daily tasks associated with using technology to enhance student learning.

With a Master of Education with a concentration in technology facilitation, you can pursue positions as a technology facilitator at public or private school districts or individual schools.

The acclaimed M.Ed. program is also recognized for:

  • Classes designed for working adults. Attend evening classes at our Frederick campus on a part-time or full-time basis.
  • Accreditation by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).

M.Ed. study tracks also include concentrations in reading and instructional leadership.


$20,340 – Total cost of the program, including tuition and fees*

  • Cost is based on 36 credits (12 classes) at $565 per credit.*
  • Students may transfer in up to nine (9) graduate credits.
  • No application fee.

*Tuition and fees represent 2020-21 rates, effective July 1, 2020. Tuition is subject to change without notice.

Financial Aid

Students may seek financial assistance through federal and state-funded programs, private loan providers, employer tuition remission or reimbursement.

Admissions requirements

The Master of Education program is for certified teachers who hold a bachelor's degree in education. Admissions requirements include:

  • Bachelor's degree in education with a minimum 2.75 GPA
  • Current valid teaching certification
  • Prerequisite courses may be required

Application process

  • Classes begin: January, May, July, August
  • Admissions: Rolling
  • No application fee

A complete application includes:

  • Free online application
  • Official transcript(s) from all accredited institutions attended after high school
  • Copy of current valid teaching certificate
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Casey Keyser

My time at Mount St. Mary's was one of the most valuable professional developments ever. I am not afraid to take risks when it comes to integrating technology into instruction and my students have directly benefitted from the enhanced learning content. I am also consistently using my technology skills to train colleagues and other professionals from around the world.

Casey Keyser