Educational Technology



Bring new learning experiences to students with an advanced degree in Educational Technology at Hofstra University, and transform teaching, learning, and curriculum. Gain expertise to identify, analyze, and solve learning problems with educational technology in a variety of settings. Many of our courses are offered online as well as on-site to provide the flexibility you need to pursue your graduate studies. If you have questions, please contact our graduate admission team at 516-463-4723 or

Program Highlights

Program Details

Visit the Hofstra campus or connect with the graduate admission team. We will answer your questions and put you in touch with program faculty or degree candidates to learn more. Contact us at, or call 516-463-4723.

To be considered for the Educational Technology programs, you must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution and a valid New York State initial certification in one of the following:

  • Early childhood
  • Childhood
  • Adolescence (grades 7-12)
  • Special subjects (fine arts, music)
  • Educational technology

Start your application online where you can upload the following documents:

  • Transcripts from all previously attended colleges and universities. You may initially submit unofficial copies of your transcripts for your application review, but official transcripts will be required once you are accepted into the program.
  • A recent writing sample.
  • Statement of purpose indicating your professional intent and pertinent background.

An interview with a faculty member is required.

Visit the Educational Technology program page to learn more.

International students: Please review additional admission requirements.

Apply to the Educational Technology programs at Hofstra at any time with our rolling admissions policy.

The MA in Educational Technology program is between 33-36 credits. The Advanced Certificate is 15 - 18 credits.

Check out the Programs section to learn more about the MA and Advanced Certificate programs.


MA in Technology for Learning
Advanced Certificate in Educational Technology


Office of Educational Support Services
Office of Professional Development Services

Faculty Profiles

Roberto Joseph

Dr. Roberto Joseph, Associate Professor and Program Director for the Master of Arts in Technology for Learning, holds a PhD in Instructional Systems Technology from Indiana University. His primary research areas lie in culture in educational technologies and systemic change in education, on which he has published several articles. As a Gates Millennium Scholar, he is committed to helping schools create meaningful learning environments to answer the future needs of students and society.

Meet Dr. Joseph
Roberto Joseph

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How to Apply

Earn the professional recognition and personal achievement you seek with a graduate degree from Hofstra University. Whether you study online or on campus, full or part time, you will benefit from small class settings with nationally recognized faculty and a community of peers all contributing to a transformative learning experience. Questions? Call 516-463-4723 or email our graduate admission team at

Please note, we are no longer accepting applications for educational technology graduate programs. Click here to explore our other graduate education programs.