M.S. Instructional Technology

Dr. Scott Garrigan
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The 30-credit Master of Science in Instructional Technology program focuses on the planning and use of instructional technology in PreK-12, post-secondary settings, and informal learning environments (such as museums and science centers).

The program is targeted toward individuals from varied backgrounds who wish to help educators or learn themselves to design, develop, and incorporate technology applications more effectively in diverse educational settings.

This is an appropriate degree for those who teach in the classroom and online, technology specialists, informal educators, and others interested in effectively using information and communications technologies to enhance instruction.

The program is designed to help develop skills that can be used to create new curriculum and learning activities to meet the demands of a changing technological society and the needs of new generations of students. 

As such, graduates may be designing online courses, enhance existing curriculum with emerging technologies, or may work as technology specialists, assisting with the integration of technology in academic and informal learning environments.

The Instructional Technology graduate program is intended for both current professionals in the education field as well as those who are seeking an advanced degree to upgrade their skills and knowledge base related to technology.

Curriculum can be found in the course catalog.

Instructional Technology
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