MEd in Teacher Education — Instructional Technology

The online MEd in Teacher Education with a concentration in Instructional Technology is for people who want to work as instructional designers and training specialists in a wide array of environments including K-12, higher education, nonprofit, government, corporate, and military settings.

Students will gain learning experiences and applied skills in the design, production, application, and evaluation of a broad range of media and technology for innovative teaching, instruction, training, and development.

  • 33 credit hours
  • 100% online
  • Delivered in a synchronous (set class times) virtual classroom format
  • Taught by experienced faculty
  • Program culminates with a capstone experience
  • Not cohort based; begin in fall, spring, or summer
  • Professional, career-ready master’s program with a general practitioner focus
  • Two tracks: Online and Professional Development, and Teacher Licensure
  • Unique focus on design thinking, online learning, and instruction for diverse learners and equitable access
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Gain the skills to develop online and professional learning for corporate, higher education, K-12, and government environments.

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