Instructional Technology Degree Programs
Master's Degree Program
Master's (M.S.) Instructional Technology
Graduates work in both education and business/industry as instructional designers, instructional technologists, manager of training and instructional designers, teacher trainers, and MakerSpace managers.
Doctoral Degree Program
Ph.D. Teaching, Learning, & Technology
Graduates work as college and university administrators, website designers, faculty in higher education and educational researchers as well as those who work in professional development and education for the corporate sector and institutions, such as museums and hospitals.
Learning Design in Educational and Professional Settings
Lehigh's 12-credit Certificate program is aimed at post-certification in-service teachers, informal educators, and professionals seeking to expand their pedagogical or andragogical skills and knowledge of learning design and instructional technology.
Technology Use in the Schools
Lehigh's 12-credit Certificate program is aimed at post-certification in-service teachers, informal educators, and others seeking to expand their pedagogical skills and knowledge of instructional technology. Students enrolled in the Technology Use in the Schools certificate program will learn best practices in how to implement and integrate new and emerging instructional technologies to enhance learning outcomes in a variety of school settings and informal learning environments.