May 30, 2024  
2023-2024 Graduate Catalog 
    
2023-2024 Graduate Catalog

Education Major, MS, Instructional Technology concentration (TPTE Department)


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The Instructional Technology concentration prepares students to design, develop, implement, and evaluate online learning environments. These skills will be desirable in a variety of contexts such as education, corporate, government, and nonprofit organizations.

Concentrations (Required) and Options Available

Instructional Technology – Project Option

Campus Code

Distance Education

Admissions Standards/Procedures

Students submit their CV/Resume, Letter of Introduction, and Goal Statement with their Graduate School Application. Upon faculty review, students will be notified whether they are admitted to the program or not.

Credit Hours Required

33 graduate credit hours

Required Courses

  • Foundations (3 credit hours)
    • Advisor approved Educational Psychology Major 500-level course or Information Science 500-level course.
  • Concentration Core (24 credit hours)
  • Elective (3 credit hours)
    • IT 525  
    • IT 574  
    • Or a graduate course approved by advisor.
  • Research (3 credit hours)
    • Advisor approved Evaluation, Statistics and Measurement concentration ESM 500-level course.

Additional Course Requirements

  • To meet program requirements, students must select courses in consultation with a program advisor. Program totals are minimums and some students may be required to complete additional coursework to overcome background deficiencies.

Non-Course Requirements

  • Students will complete an online portfolio to satisfy the requirement for a project for this non-thesis Master’s. The portfolio will be evaluated by a committee and a grade of Satisfactory/Pass is required to earn the Master’s degree.
  • Students are required to meet the Program Participant Professional Disposition standards.

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