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Master's in Educational Technology (iMET)

Admissions for Fall 2020 have been suspended.

The College of Education has made a difficult decision to postpone the starting of its next iMET cohort until fall 2021 rather than fall 2020 as originally planned. If you wish to be included on our mailing list for the fall 2021 Masters Program, please let me know and I will include you on the list, email Mark Rodriguez at rodrigue@csus.edu, Program Coordinator

Launch your career in Instructional Design with a Master’s Degree in Educational Technology

Technology in education is a fast-growing and changing field. Leaders in education are shaping the future of learning programs through the use of new media and technology.

Online information sessions are hosted regularly. Use the link below to sign up for a free information session.

Learn At Your Own Pace

Online programs take the stress out of school commutes and scheduling

Difficult schedules and lack of time can make some program schedules difficult. The fully online, Master’s in Educational Technology (iMET) program at Sacramento State will prepare you for this exciting field with the increased convenience of online classes.

The iMET program focuses on instructional design, in response to increased demand for training specialists in a variety of educational organizations, state and local government agencies, and corporate or nonprofit settings. Get the training needed to advance in this growing field 100% online, designed around the needs of working professionals.

Advance Your Career

With the training needs of education, government and corporate organizations all evolving daily, this master’s degree in Educational Technology can open up an array of opportunities, potentially leading to advancements in your current job, or prepare you for other potential careers.

Training and development specialists earn, on average, around $73,000 a year. In response to increased demand, salaries can be significantly higher in urban areas or depending on experience.