北京快3官方网址An applied professional program that educates leaders in technology training and development,
school library media, and educational computing and media. Beginning Fall 2019, all
concentrations will be available 100% online.
Why Earn an M.S. in Instructional Technology?
This innovative academic and research curriculum will broaden your expertise and help
you prepare for future leadership roles as you learn to integrate technology into
the curriculum or workplace in dynamic ways that increase learning and productivity.
It is intended for current professionals in the fields of media, design, computing,
education and libraries as well as those seeking advanced degrees and an upgrade in
their skills and knowledge related to technology and learning. The majority of students
complete the program on a part-time basis, although full-time study is encouraged.
Students select from one of three concentrations:
Instructional design and development — This program of study is designed to enhance and refine instructional design and
media-related competencies for those who wish to work in training or instructional
settings in business, industry, government, the military or medical education.
School library media— This concentration meets the Maryland State Department of Education requirements
for the Library Media Specialist Certification and is designed for students who wish
to serve as directors of school library centers.
Educational technology— This concentration is for those who wish to integrate technology into classroom teaching
or to coordinate the planning and integration of educational technologies at the school,
district or state level.
All three concentrations are available entirely online and in person. In-person options
are offered as hybrid meeting both face-to-face and online. Face-to-face classes usually
start after 4 p.m. to accommodate working professionals.