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M.Ed. Instructional Technology (Online)

The Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Instructional Technology is a 30 credit 100% online program that provides teachers and other professionals advanced training in the utilization and integration of technology to improve teaching practice, learner performance and professional productivity in schools, businesses, government, healthcare, military and other industries. Teaching certification is not required for admission. Certified teachers employed full-time in S.C. public schools are eligible for discounted tuition rates and may qualify for M-level pay after degree conferral. Contact the Office of Graduate Studies (843-349-2394) for details. 

Applicants for M. Ed. program admission must meet the following requirements:

  1. A completed application for graduate study at the University, payment of the application fee, 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 completed).
  2. At least two letters of recommendation, one of which should be from a supervisor in an educational setting.
  3. Official transcripts reflecting an undergraduate Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0 (overall) OR, report of minimum scores on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) (minimum score of 286 with no less than 146 on the verbal and 140 on the quantitative portions), OR, report of a minimum score (388) on the Miller Analogies Test (MAT). Scores must be no more than five years old.
  4. Evidence of teacher certification. (NOTE: For students seeking the instructional technology concentration only, certification requirement may be waived based on program review.
  • Application Deadlines
    The Office of Graduate Studies cannot guarantee that late applications will be considered for the intended semester. Applications must be postmarked by the following deadlines:
    • Fall Semester - July 1
    • Spring Semester - November 1
    • Summer I Session - May 1
Courses

EDIT 604 - Teaching with Technology

EDIT 610 - Instructional Design and Technology Integration

EDIT 630 - Development of Instructional Multimedia

EDIT 640 - Instructional Video Production

EDIT 650 - Teaching and Learning Online

EDIT 660 - Advanced Online Teaching

EDIT 670 - Educational Games and Simulations

EDIT 677 - Assessment Technology and Learning Analytics

EDIT 680 - Special Topics in Instructional Technology

EDIT 690 - Seminar in Instructional Technology

Schedule of Classes

Course of Study: Begin Spring 2018, Finish Spring 2019
Option #1:
Spring 2018 = EDIT 630 and EDIT 677
Summer 1 2018 = EDIT 604 and EDIT 650
Summer 2 2018 = EDIT 610 and EDIT 660
Fall 2018 = EDIT 640 and EDIT 670
Spring 2019 = EDIT 680 and EDIT 690

Option #2:
Spring 2018 = EDIT 680 and EDIT 677
Summer 1 2018 = EDIT 604 and EDIT 650
Summer 2 2018 = EDIT 610 and EDIT 660
Fall 2018 = EDIT 640 and EDIT 670
Spring 2019 = EDIT 630 and EDIT 690

Certificates and Endorsements

Certificate in Online Teaching and Training (100% Online)

In addition to the M.Ed., a graduate certificate program is offered in Instructional Technology:

Online Teaching Endorsement (100% Online)

For teachers seeking only the SC state online teaching endorsement:

  • Online Teaching Endorsement (12 credits)

Information 

Jeremy Dickerson, Ed.D.
Professor of Instructional Technology
Spadoni College of Education
Coastal Carolina University
Prince Building 205B
P.O. Box 261954
Conway, SC 29528-6054
843-349-2772
jdickers@coastal.edu


You can also find more information at www.coastal/education »
To learn how to apply, visit Graduate Studies »