MEd in Teacher Education: Instructional Technology
Developed for people who want to work as an instructional designer and training specialist 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
- GRE not required
With a unique focus on design thinking, students can choose from two concentrations: Online and Professional Development, and Teacher Licensure.
The Online and Professional Development track focuses on the technical, aesthetic, and intellectual skills and perspectives required for developing online and professional learning for corporate, higher education, government, and military environments.
Teacher Licensure provides skills for leadership roles such as Technology Teachers/Coordinators, School-Based Technology Facilitators, Instructional Technology Specialists, and district-level Instructional Technology Administrators.
Online graduate courses at UNC Greensboro are priced lower than our face-to-face classroom courses. You'll find our costs to be competitive with those of other top-tier universities.
** Online Tuition and Fees listed are Distance Learning Tuition and Fees and apply to courses that are identified as Distance Learning and are not identified as Main Campus or Main Campus Web delivery. For more detailed information please review the current tuition and fees chart here.)
In-State rates apply to online students who live in and are permanent residents of North Carolina. In-state rates may also apply to government employees (such as members of the military) who live outside North Carolina but maintain legal residence in the state. Permanent residents can prove they have established and maintained residence in the state for at least 12 months.
Out-Of-State rates apply to online students who live in North Carolina and are NOT permanent residents of North Carolina.
Outside NC rates apply to online students who live outside North Carolina and are NOT permanent residents of North Carolina. Most students living in a state other than North Carolina are eligible for this rate.
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