Our instructional design and educational technology master's degree program prepares you to effectively solve learning problems in a variety of settings and improve the quality of education through the informed use of educational technologies. As a student in this program, you will graduate with a Master of Science in Education (M.Ed.) degree and be prepared for a wide variety of career advancement opportunities.
What can I expect from this program?
The educational instructional technology and design program makes uses of video, audio, computer and telecommunication strategies, which are uniquely combined to optimize information access and learning at the graduate level. Courses in this degree program integrate new curricular experiences involving:
- Cooperative learning
- Project-based assessments
- Expert interview
- Product demonstrations
- Field-based inquiry
- Worldwide networking with traditional listen-and-learn methods
This innovative, 33-credit hour program and coursework in the areas of instructional design and educational technology will equip you to lead the way in improving teaching and learning in educational and training settings. Through the application of educational technology theory and practice, you will explore coursework involving educational technology systems, and instructional design and applications.
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Visit the Graduate Education page to learn more about the application and admissions process, financial aid, and more.
Instructional Technology Leadership courses are offered online through the Blackboard Learning Management System.