This online degree, oriented toward teachers and other professional educators, enables graduates to effectively apply current and emerging technologies in educational settings. Students acquire applied skills and knowledge in the following educational areas:
computing hardware and software;
application of personal productivity computing resources in education;
instructional design theory, principles, and processes;
design, development, and evaluation of educational technology tools and materials;
multimedia design and development.
The online degree allows students to work with the faculty adviser to develop a program of study that emphasizes development of skills and knowledge in a specific aspect of educational technology. All students are required to successfully complete a Practicum.
Student Learning Outcomes
apply and document skills and knowledge as educational technologists in order to solve appropriate real world instructional problems.
develop an original plan and instructional materials for integrating educational technologies in an overall instructional strategy.
demonstrate knowledge of the field.
Students are eligible to pursue graduate-level course work in Instructional Design and Educational Technology if they meet COE graduate admission requirements as specified in the COE’s Graduate Policies and Regulations section of this catalog.