Degree Level:
SASE - Division of Mathematics and Information Technology
Learning Mode:
On Campus

Bachelor of Arts in Information Technology with a concentration in Educational Technologies

Help the next generation of learners by supporting the technology that allows them to do so. Adding a concentration in Educational Technologies prepares professionals to create and support digital learning modes. Educational technology specialists often consult or even help design digital learning experiences and curriculum at the school or district level as well as teach technology classes. Additionally, students in this concentration learn how to execute educational practices in traditional environments, remote learning, and everything in between.

Why study Educational Technologies?

Here’s what makes studying Educational Technologies at the Mount unique:

Alumna presenting at Open House

  • Education specialty: Want to stand out in Education? Pair your studies in Educational Technologies with certification in Childhood Education! You’ll not only learn how to teach, but also how to do so well from a digital perspective, a highly sought-after trait by school districts.
  • Make learning fun: Digital learning doesn’t just have to be PowerPoint. Our professors give you the freedom to be creative! Many of our Educational Technologies students have utilized innovative teaching methods, even using video games and VR to teach!
  • Understand IT all: By having Educational Technologies as a concentration within the Information Technology major, you won’t just learn how to use technology in the classroom; you’ll also understand technology holistically, allowing you to repair, support, and administer educational tools.

“The educational technologies program is such a unique combination of technology, web resources, and teaching processes; this mix is what interests me the most. I’m glad I chose this program because I get to continue learning and building my skills in the technology field, while applying what I learn in these classes in my education classes and life.”

Julia Loda ’22
Julia Loda ’22

What to expect from your Educational Technologies studies

24 credits in Information Technology | 24 credits in Educational Technologies | 2.0 GPA or higher

Learn about Educational Technologies academic requirements and courses here.

As an Educational Technologies student, your classes will help you to think about how learning can be delivered digitally. You’ll take classes like Presentation Media, eLearning, and Instructional Design, which will go over skills like making the most effective presentations and designing multimedia content that excites and educates.

The key to the Mount’s Educational Technologies program is the practice-based approach. It’s one thing to read about how to design effective digital lessons, and another to actually design them and teach them to your fellow classmates. We prefer the latter method!

As with our other Information Technology majors, you’ll also have the opportunity to take advantage of internships and extracurricular opportunities like teaching elementary school girls how to code or participating in the Byte Knights club.

Professor teaching on technology

Be prepared for your future

With your concentration in Educational Technologies, you’ll be prepared for a career as a technology teacher or as a technology specialist for a school or district. You can also go into educational technology training or consulting as well as work in distance learning programs for homeschooling or higher education.

Here’s how some of our Educational Technologies alumni are using their degrees:

  • Corri Nicoletti ’10 MSEd ’15, Technical Support Analyst at Lumen Learning
  • Briana Croce ’15, Special Education Teacher and Technology Club Teacher for NYC Department of Education
  • Erin Correa ’16, Educational Technology Specialist for Cornwall Central School District

Denise McCarroll

Assistant Professor of Information Technology
Aquinas 50 D
Office Hours
10-11 am

Micah Modell

Assistant Professor of Information Technology
Email Address
Aquinas 50-i
Office Hours
By Appointment

Sagar Raina

Associate Professor of Information Technology
Email Address
Aquinas 50J
Office Hours
2:30-4:00 PM

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