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Overview

Stay ahead of the technological curve, and gain immediately applicable skills that teachers in all settings require for 21st-century digital curriculum development.

Our online MS in Education Innovation and Technology, with a specialization in Instruction in the 1:1 Environment, will help you in your role as classroom practitioner, to integrate digital techniques into your instructional plans. You will grow as a leader in education innovation technology, and find new ways to help your students reach their full potential, all while learning best practices for applying technology in the classroom.

Capella is an accredited and nationally recognized university, and our academic offerings are professionally aligned. We offer a flexible and personalized online learning program that allows you to take the most direct path to earning your master's in Instruction in the 1:1 Environment degree.

You can also continue learning in this field by taking advantage of our professional development courses.

To learn more about this program, request more information and we will match you with an enrollment counselor who specializes in your area of study.

Degree Outcomes

With your master’s degree in Instruction in the 1:1 Environment from Capella, you’ll obtain the skills you need to integrate cutting-edge technology into effective course plans and assessments. You will learn best practices for applying technology and multimedia tools while employing competency-based learning to provide personalized learning experiences—and engage and empower students.

Discover more about this program and how you can apply what you'll learn.

View the full learning and career outcomes report for this program at CapellaResults.com.

Career Outcomes

Master’s degree graduates with an Instruction in the 1:1 Environment specialization can add technology integration abilities to their K–12 teaching skill set or look forward to career opportunities in a variety of roles, such as instructional technology specialists, building technology coaches, online P–12 educational institution staff, or curriculum writers and course designers for education technology companies.