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College of Adult & Graduate Studies

Instructional Technology

This area of study is ideal for all educators seeking to maximize the use of digital and cloud-based technologies to enhance instruction and increase student achievement, especially those who aspire to become technology integrators, coordinators, or directors.

Why Instructional Technology?

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  • Experience a variety of digital and cloud-based instructional tools in a hands-on environment;
  • Develop and enhance skills in program design and administration;
  • Advance your and your students' digital and technological literacy skills;
  • Create dynamic 21st century learning environments;
  • Receive technical training in the latest digital educational theories and technologies that benefit diverse learners.

Leadership opportunities are integrated throughout the program and in a required practicum experience.

This 36 credit degree program can be completed in as little as two years and culminates with an action research project and creation of a portfolio. Students seeking initial teacher certification may need to complete additional coursework to meet state licensure requirements.

EDU 601 Education as a Change Agent in a Diverse Society 3
EDU 610 Advanced Educational Psychology 3
EDU 621 Curriculum Design and Technological Integration 3
EDU 622 Best Practices in High Performance Instructional Methodologies 3
EDU 651 Instructional Technology 3
EDU 652 Foundations of Online Learning 3
EDU 654 Collaborative and Assistive Technologies 3
EDU 691 Practicum: Instructional Technology Experience 3
EDU 623 Coaching, Mentorship, and Instructional Leadership 3
EDU 624 Assessing and Evaluation for Academic Success 3
EDU 625 Professional Development and the Learning Community 3
EDU 653 Multimedia in the Classroom 3
EDU 655 Building and Assessing the E-Learning Environment 3
EDU 656 iPad in Education 3
EDU 658 Transforming Education with Google Apps 3
EDU 681 Leadership, Change, and Collaboration 3
EDU 684 Entrepreneurship in Education 3
EDU 690 Special Topics in Instructional Technology 3
EDU 692 Education Research Design 3
EDU 693 Capstone Project 3 or 6

Minimum Total: 36 credits

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