Hi John - The first thing that I think about is cost. I'm guessing that somewhere in your own state university system is a bachelors degree in Education that is offered online or otherwise through DL and that this is likely to be the lowest cost for you. Also, assuming that you're not going to move across the country, it will have good name recognition when it comes time to apply for grad school and jobs. With all that being said, you should probably look through this old thread on MEd degrees: http://forums.degreeinfo.com/distance-learning-discussions/27725-m-ed-degrees.html Also, just as a point of comparison, you can look at Walden University. They have both a Bachelors and a Masters degree program in Education with Technology as a concentration. I think they'd call that a seamless transition. Bachelor's Degree Programs & Distance Learning Bachelor Degrees – Walden University Good luck.