MET – International Online Graduate Program

Collaborate | Innovate | Create

The Master of Educational Technology (MET) program educates professionals in the use and impact of digital learning technologies. This fully online graduate program provides a unique opportunity for our students to study and engage in:

  • Technology-supported instruction
  • Planning and management of learning technologies and eLearning
  • Design and development of digital learning technologies and environments
  • Digital literacy and digital culture in formal and informal learning contexts

MET faculty work on the leading edge of curriculum design and technology integration, digital culture, youth culture, digital literacy, gaming, and interface design. Our courses examine digital learning and culture from a wide range of perspectives, including environmental and sustainability education, Indigenous learning frameworks, and inclusive education.

MET Degree January 2023 intake deadline: Sept. 23

Graduate Certificate January 2023 intake deadline: Sept. 23

Visit How to Apply: Master of Educational Technology Degree or How to Apply: Graduate Certificate Program for more details.


Our fully online graduate program offers two internationally-recognized credentials that explore the potential uses and impacts of learning technologies in a variety of contexts.

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Join our international community of learners and discover how the informed use of digital media and technology can inspire learners and educators within and beyond classrooms, around the world.

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Current students are warmly invited to join any of the MET social media channels that are part of the MET Community Hub. These channels are populated by MET students, alumni, faculty, and staff.

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Ready to apply? Applications and all relevant documents must be submitted by application deadlines. An Academic Advisor is available to provide assistance with your registration planning.

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MET Graduate Profile: Nicole Johnson, MET 2014


Faculty Profile: Shirley Anne Swelchalot Hardman, doctoral candidate

“I enter the class “room” knowing that every student will enrich my life. I allow myself to remember the words of my mentor, ‘how can you bring out the best in another if what you do first is look for what they need to learn?’. I believe students will give their best if I allow them to do their best. Finally, I encourage us all to “listen” – it is simply how we learn.”

Shirley Hardman is an Instructor in the MET Program.

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MET News & Events

Understanding and Coming to Terms with Historic Trauma: It’s a lifelong journey! (April 27)

As part of the Anti-Racism in the EdTechnosphere Speaker Series April 27, 2022 | 4:00-5:00pm PST Dr. Patricia Makokis will share her path of personal and professional learning as a front line teacher – principal of a school where trauma rolled out daily. She will share why all educators should learn about trauma and become […]

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Pervasive Racism and the 2SLGBTQIA+ Community

As part of the Anti-Racism in the EdTechnosphere Speaker Series Listen to Alex DeForge and Meera Dhebar with hosts Dr. Samia Khan and Dr. Keri Ewart as they discuss racism and the 2SLGBTQIA+ community with a focus on tackling the problem through educational technology and critical literacy. Pervasive Racism and the 2SLGBTQIA+ Community | […]

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Race Matters: Costs of Equity, Inclusion, Diversity and Allyship (March 28)

As part of the Anti-Racism in the EdTechnosphere Speaker Series March 28, 2022 | 4:00-5:00pm PST   Missed the session? View the PowerPoint Slides About Dr. Carl James Carl E. James holds the Jean Augustine Chair in Education, Community and Diaspora in the Faculty of Education at York University and is the Senior Advisor on […]

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