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The Master’s Degree in Instructional Technology prepares candidates to integrate technology into the classroom AND to serve as technology coaches/facilitators in P-12 schools. The program is designed for educators across the nation and is aligned to the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Technology Coach standards (ISTE-C). Candidates who successfully complete the program are prepared to effectively utilize technology to support student learning; to teach technology applications, and to provide professional development, mentoring, and basic technology assistance for other teachers who require support in their efforts to apply technology to support P-12 student learning.
The Master’s Degree in Instructional Technology prepares and develops teachers to advance student learning in schools, and it is designed for teachers who are in the classroom or who have access to a classroom to implement technology-enhanced lessons. The program of study enables teachers to complete the Master’s degree in six semesters. Candidates will complete 36 hours of specialized course work taught by full and part-time graduate faculty and experienced technology specialists. The program is delivered in cohorts offered in an online format.
Master's Degree, M.Ed., Master's of Education