Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology

Program Description: The MS in Instructional Design and Technology is designed for educational professionals who are interested in learning how to enhance teaching and learning through the use of technology. It presents students with opportunities to examine the rapid and never ending changes in learning technologies and their impact on multiple forms of education.

 

This program is particularly appropriate for those who teach in the classroom and online, technology specialists, informal educators, providers of professional education, and others interested in effectively using information and communications technologies to enhance instruction in both synchronous and asynchronous environments.  Graduates may design online courses, enhance existing curriculum with emerging technologies, or may work as instructional designers and technology specialists, assisting with the integration of technology in academic and informal learning environments.

Career Landscape

  • Course Designer
  • Educational Content Developer
  • Professional Instruction for Teachers
  • Standards-based Technology Development

Curriculum

Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology (30 credits)

*all courses are 3 credits unless otherwise noted

COURSE REQUIREMENTS                                                                                                  30 credits

EDA 606         Curriculum and Instruction for Diverse Student population

EDF 621         Psychological Foundations of Education

EDT 600         Introduction to Instructional Technology

EDT 610         Instructional Design: Theories & Models

EDT 620         Technology Integration

EDT 630         Multimedia Design and Development

EDT 650         Practicum in Instructional Technology with Field Experience

EDU 503         Applied Research Methods

EDU 530         Educational Measurement

EDU 540         Effective Teaching and Classroom Management

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