Master of Arts in Education in Instructional Technology
Applying for 077 Licensure
Students with a Masters degree in Education or Master of Library Science may add on the 077 licensure by fulfilling the following requirements (18-21 s.h.):
EDTC 6010 Introduction to Instructional Technology (3)
EDTC 6020 Principles of Instructional Design (3)
EDTC 6139 Selection and Integration of Multimedia for K12 Schools (3)
EDTC 6035 Integrating Tech. into the Language Arts, Social Studies, and Information Skills Curriculums (3)
or EDTC 6037 Integrating Tech. into the Math, Science, and Healthful Living Curriculums (3)
EDTC 6070 Digital Literacy for 21st Century Classrooms (3)
EDTC 6149 Administration of School Technology Programs (3)
- EDTC 6992 Internship - Seminar (3) Internship hours can be completed during regular work schedules.
Students admitted into a master's degree program or those admitted for the Special Endorsement for Computers in Education Certificate Program have priority registration. Those adding 077 to an existing master's degree will complete the NCDPI approved courses listed above. Priority registration is available to those students who are admitted to the Special Endorsement for Computers in Education Certificate Program and complete EDTC 6992 (3) Internship Seminar.
You may also apply through the Graduate School as "nondegree" student. Prospective students are encouraged to enter the Special Endorsement for Computers in Education Certificate Program.