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 May 2021 intake deadline: Feb. 15

Graduate Certificate May 2021 intake deadline: Feb.15

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


Our fully online graduate program offers three 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: Jennifer Long, MET 2014

Jennifer Long graduated from UBC’s Master of Educational Technology (MET) program in 2014. Then she brought her passion for teaching all the way to Antarctica.

Faculty Profile: Mary Bryson, PhD

Dr. Mary Bryson is the author of multiple publications concerning the social, cultural and educational significance of networked media technologies and publics that make significant contributions to theoretical accounts of gendered and sexual marginality, knowledge mobilization and resilience.

Dr. Bryson chairs the UBC Vice-Presidential Trans, Two-Spirit and Gender Diversity Task Force and is a member of the World Professional Association for Transgender…

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MET News & Events

MET student uses directed studies course to pioneer hands-on internship

In her graduating semester, MET student Shur, decided to take ETEC580, a directed studies course, under the supervision of Dr. Leah Macfadyen, MET associate director. Instead of opting to do a literature review or similarly theoretical project, Shur wanted something more hands-on. “In the end, I was assigned to assist UBC’s Department of Medical Genetics […]

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MET alumni to the rescue!

In March 2020, when UBC made the decision to rapidly transition to fully online teaching in the face of the COVID pandemic, the UBC Faculty of Education Educational Technology Support unit (ETS) sought to urgently recruit learning designers who could support faculty and instructors as they moved 260 courses (over 1000 sections) online for summer […]

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MET recognizes and honours Orange Shirt Day 2020

Orange Shirt Day is dedicated to former residential school students, survivors, their families and communities. Each year, on September 30th, we wear orange shirts to raise awareness about the residential school system in Canada, recognize the effects of residential schools and their legacy, join in the spirit of reconciliation, and honour the experiences of Indigenous […]

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