• On-Campus Component
  • Cost
    $796.00 per credit (MN resident); $1,232.00 per credit (nonresident)
  • Total Credits
  • Credential
    Graduate Degree
  • Admission GPA
  • Application Deadlines
    Spring: December 15; Summer: April 30; Fall: July 31
  • Campus
    Twin Cities
  • College
    College of Education and Human Development
  • Department
    Curriculum and Instruction

The Master of Education, Professional Studies in Learning Technologies is a graduate-level, practitioner-based program designed for those who want to leverage digital technologies for teaching and learning in order to advance their careers and leadership opportunities. The program engages learners from throughout the world and may be taken completely online or in blended formats.


Three core curriculum courses are required and additional courses are selected according to your unique interests and educational goals, and in consultation with a faculty advisor. A minimum total of 30 credits is required to complete the degree program. Courses include multimedia design and development, K−12 technology integration, and online distance learning.

Career Outlook

Graduates of the MEd, Professional Studies hold many different professional positions, including K−12 technology integration specialists, online learning specialists, corporate trainers, instructional designers, program evaluators, interactive producers, health practitioners, and software engineers, to name a only a few.