M.S.Ed. in Instructional Technology
Ready to become a trailblazer among school library information specialists and technology specialists? Our 33-hour master’s degree (M.S.Ed.) in Instructional Technology will equip you to fling open those doors. Our competent and creative graduates are also leaders in instructional development in business and industrial training settings, and producers of software in a variety of locations. Classes are delivered in a variety of formats; online, face-to-face and blended. Programs are planned as accelerated (see Fast Track details) and go-at-your-own-pace. You also can complete requirements for State of Illinois K-12 Entitlement as either Library Information Specialists or Technology Specialists. Our program meets Illinois State Board of Education standards.
If you hold a baccalaureate degree (or higher), submit your application and application fee, letters of recommendation, official test scores (GRE or MAT), statement of purpose and official transcripts from all institutions attended. International students must also submit TOEFL or IELTS scores.
You will harness technology that enriches learning by gaining knowledge and expertise through the ability to:
- Analyze performance and instructional problems and design solutions.
- Understand and apply sound design principles.
- Integrate instructional media and strategies into the development of instructional materials.
- Develop instructional and performance strategies for school or non-school settings.
- Manage instructional technology projects and programs.
- Apply evaluation techniques to measure student learning and the effectiveness of instructional technology-based products and programs.
- ETT 510 Instructional Media and Technology
- ETT 511 Advanced Media Design (Message Design) or
- ETT 531: Visual Literacy)
- ETT 530 Instructional Technology Tools
- ETT 555: Multi-Media Design)
- ETR 520 Introduction to Educational Research or
- ETR 519: Applied Educational Research or
- ETR 531: Program Evaluation
- ETT 535 Distance Education Design and Delivery or
- ETT 536: Web Based Learning
- ETT 553 Professional Standards in Instructional Technology
- ETT 570 Instructional Technology Administration
- ETT 573 Instructional Technology Facilities or
- ETT 592 Networking
- ETT 586 Internship and/or
- ETT 569 Practicum
Comprehensive exam in the form of a portfolio
Educational Technology, Research and Assessment
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DeKalb, IL 60115