The Instructional Technology Masters program is designed to address the needs of persons interested in either of two areas:
The K-12 educational environment or the Adult Learning environment. Those interested in the K-12 world will extend their technological expertise as teachers, technology facilitators, library-media specialists or administrators. Those interested in the adult learning or instructional design world will prepare to become corporate trainers, instructional designers, community college instructors or instructional technology support personnel.
The program is available in either the thesis or non-thesis option and requires a minimum of 33 semester hours. Your bachelor's degree may be in any field and licensure as a teacher is not required for admission to the program. This program takes most students a minimum of 2 years to complete. Program only meets in one of two cohorts. One cohort begins in the Summer semester of even years. The other begins in the Fall semester of Odd years.
- International Application for Admission
- Official Transcripts sent directly from your current and/or all prior academic institutions that you have attended to the Office of Admissions
- Minimum undergraduate grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 point scale. A lower GPA may be considered for provisional admittance.
- Official TOEFL (79), IELTS (6.5), or Duolingo (105)
- Summer Semester: March 1
- Fall Semester: March 1
Graduate Assistantship Requirements:
- Students must complete and submit the Graduate College Assistantship Application and the Graduate College Tuition Scholarship Application form by February 1
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