Teacher Education, M.Ed.
The Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Teacher Education with a concentration in Instructional Technology is for people who want to work as an instructional designer and training specialist in a wide array of environments including K-12, higher education, non-profit, 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.
For information regarding deadlines and requirements for admission, please see the Guide to Graduate Admissions.
In addition to the application materials required by The Graduate School, applicants must submit a personal statement and resume.
Degree Program Requirements
Required: 33 credit hours
Instructional Technology Concentration
|Core Courses (9 credits)|
|ERM 605||Educational Measurement and Evaluation||3|
|or ERM 604||Methods of Educational Research|
|TED 545||Human Diversity, Teaching, and Learning||3|
|or TED 646||Introduction to Equity Education|
|or LIS 676||Introduction to Equity Education|
|TED 669||Educational Implications of Learning and Developmental Theory||3|
|or LIS 669||Educational Implications of Learning and Developmental Theory|
|Pedagogical Expertise (18 credits)|
|Select 18 credits from the following: *||18|
|Computer Technologies for Information Management|
|Emerging Technological Trends in Information Access|
|Libraries and Technology|
|Seminar: Issues and the Virtual Community|
|Seminar in Selected Topics I|
|Assistive Technology for Inclusive Education|
|Integrating Technology into Subject Matter Instruction|
|Trends and Issues in Curriculum and Instruction **|
|Required Leadership Courses (6 credits)|
|LIS 675||eLearning Design||3|
|LIS 677||Capstone Experience in Instructional Technology||3|
|Total Credit Hours||33|
Or approved substitutes.
When topic is Integrating Technology into the K-12 Curriculum.