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Instructional Technology

Master of Education, with Concentration in Digital Classroom Technology (30 Credit Hours)

This is an exciting time for instructional technology professionals. Advances in technology mean the ways we train, teach and learn has undergone rapid transformation, propelling the demand for professionals with e-learning qualifications.

You’ll be eligible for positions supporting teachers and students at all education levels from elementary through higher ed. Opportunities for instructional technology professionals also extend well beyond the formal education environment. You’ll be prepared to implement training programs for businesses, health organizations, government programs, or working in instructional design or consulting firms creating custom learning solutions for various clients.

Students completing the thirty (30) credit Master of Education in Instructional Technology degree with a concentration in Digital Classroom Technology will be well prepared to effectively use instructional technology in the classroom.

Click here for the thirty (30) credit Digital Classroom Masters Degree grid sheet.

See Also: Instructional Technology Specialist Certification

Sample Career Options

  • Instructional Design Manager
  • Instructional Designer/Writer
  • Instructional Designer/Trainer
  • E-learning Instructional Designer & Project Manager
  • Instructional Designer/Product Development Specialist
  • Sales Instructional Developer
  • E-learning Curriculum Developer
  • Training Specialist
  • Learning Consultant
  • Performance improvement specialist
  • Instructional Technologist
  • Instructional Systems Designer
  • Project Manager, Product Training
  • Academic Director
  • Instructional Services Technology Specialist
  • Admission Requirements and Deadlines

    Official transcripts from previously attended colleges or universities, three letters of professional recommendation, and copy of valid teaching certificate or an acceptable GRE score. Students accepted into the program must complete all requirements within six calendar years.

Student Learning Outcomes

  • MED in Instructional Technology
    1. Candidates inspire and participate in the development and implementation of a shared vision for the comprehensive integration of technology to promote excellence and support transformational change throughout the instructional environment.
    2. Candidates conduct needs assessments, develop technology-related professional learning programs, and evaluate the impact on instructional practice and student learning.
    3. Candidates create and support effective digital age learning environments to maximize the learning of all students and promote digital citizenship.
    4. Candidates demonstrate professional knowledge, skills, and dispositions in content, pedagogical, and technological areas, as well as adult learning and leadership and, are continuously deepening their knowledge and expertise.
    5. Candidates assist teachers in using technology effectively for assessing student learning, differentiating instruction, and providing rigorous, relevant, and engaging learning experiences for all students.

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