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Program Details

The University of Florida's (UF) Doctor of Education in Educational Technology degree is a program offered through a hybrid program, with the vast majority of class work being completed coupled with campus-based summer experiences at UF’s Gainesville campus, as well as participation in a cohort-based online community of practice. This degree is offered through the university’s College of Education, and is designed to prepare teachers, administrators, and other professionals to lead Educational Technology efforts in a variety of contexts. The mostly online format of this degree is designed with working professionals in mind who wouldn’t normally have the freedom to pursue a traditional degree on-campus due to family, location, or work commitments. Through this program, students may be able to further their education and enrich their careers without sacrificing their work and family life.

This degree was created for individuals who are currently working in professional practice, including K-12 classrooms and technology administration, virtual school teaching and administration, post-secondary teaching, instructional design, faculty and professional development, technology support, and more. Regardless of employment settings, ideal candidates desire to stay in and advance within professional settings. The programs within this 90-credit degree’s course of study vary by year to year, but they always include core courses in Educational Technology, research courses, doctoral seminars, and electives. UF’s Ed.D. in Educational Technology may be an excellent course of study to pursue, and graduates of the program should emerge with a useful knowledge base and skill set to succeed within a variety of educational settings.


Students must have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 for all upper-division (last 60 credits) undergraduate work and previous graduate work.

Accreditation & Licensing

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges


2 weekends at UF's Gainesville campus