The MET program consists of various areas of focus. Within each area, MET enrollees choose the courses that are most appropriate based on their personal and/or district priorities. There are four main focus areas with a total of six required courses and one "elective" category of two courses that can be drawn from any of the more than 40 Eduspire courses eligible for the Wilson College MET through Wilson College and Eduspire, and two more Wilson College "capstone" courses. All courses, including the electives, must be approved by the advisor or director. Note that not all courses are offered every semester, and some may not be offered in an online format or may be discontinued in the future. The MET Program Advisement Sheet, linked here, details the requirements and eligible courses for each of the MET areas of focus. Master of Educational Technology Application Procedures & Requirements MET, MET with ITS Certification, ITS Certification Only MET Program Structure and Courses Wilson College and Eduspire Partnership Upcoming MET Course Offerings MET Tuition and Fees ITS Certification plus Master of Educational Technology, ITS Certification Only MET Course Catalog MET Course Registration Financial Consent Acceptance Instructions Deferment Agreement Acceptance Instructions Courses Available for Professional Development Financial Aid for Graduate Students Graduate Education Program Faculty Learn More About All Graduate Degrees in Education Contact Information Dr. Eric C. Michael Director of Graduate Education Programs Wilson College 1015 Philadelphia Avenue Chambersburg, PA 17201 717-264-4970 firstname.lastname@example.org Useful Links Registrar Financial Aid for Graduate Students Master of Education Programs Comparison Wilson College offers Pennsylvania Level I certification for its education programs. Pennsylvania certification is reciprocal with most of the 50 states. Generally speaking, if you hold a valid PA professional teaching license from a regionally accredited and state-approved teacher preparation program and pass the required state testing, you will be able to obtain a teaching license in another state. Wilson College has not made a determination of requirements for each state, so please click here for detailed requirements on all 50 states. You can view information on how teacher credentials cross state lines here.