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Master of Science (M.S.) Degree in Instructional Technology
The Master of Science (M.S.) degree in Instructional Technology
prepares degree candidates for careers in education and industry as specialists,
instructors, and coordinators skilled in technology applications. Candidates
need not be certified teachers to enter the program.
A completed application for graduate study at the University
and an official transcript from each school or college previously attended
(all prior undergraduate academic study must be represented as well as other
graduate study if such study has been attempted).
At least two letters of recommendation.
A) report of scores achieved on the Graduate Record
Examination (GRE), or
B) report of score achieved on the Miller Analogies Test (MAT). Applicants
are expected to have, minimally, a score of 800 on the GRE (no less than
a score of 400 on both the verbal and quantitative portions) or a minimum
score of 35 on the MAT.
Submission of a written essay.
Successful completion of EDUC 531, or a passing score
on the Educational Technology
Entrance Examination (ETEE).
MASTER OF SCIENCE
(36 GRADUATE CREDIT HOURS)
BASIC STUDIES (15 Credit Hours)
||Technology and Curricula (3)
||Educational Technology and Leadership (3)
||Field Experience in Educational Technology (3)
||Technology and Society (3)
||Seminar in Educational Technology (3)
This course includes a comprehensive examination and must be taken during the
final twelve (12) credit hours of the degree program.
SPECIALIZED STUDIES (12 Credit Hours)
||Principles of Instructional Design (3)
||Educational Technology Tools (3)
||Product Design and Development I (3)
||Product Design and Development II (3)
ELECTIVES (9 Credit Hours)
||Educational Videography (3)
||Distance Education (3)
||Graphic Design (3)