Master of Arts in Education in Instructional Technology
The MAEd in Instructional Technology degree program is designed for students seeking employment in schools as technology facilitators, coordinators, or program directors. The over-arching goal for the program is to prepare professionals in the field of instructional technology to plan, implement, and evaluate technology programs within a collaborative teaching environment. Candidates completing the MAEd in Instructional Technology are considered Reflective Practitioners as a result of the electronic portfolio that includes reflective writings in support of competencies related to the 077 licensure for Instructional Technology Specialist-Computers. The 39 semester hour program is delivered 100% online using computer conferencing software and telecommunications technology.
For additional information, please contact Dr. Ron Preston, Director of Students for the Department of Mathematics, Science, and Instructional Technology Education by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone at (252) 328-9355.
Advising Guide with All Course Requirements
Course Rotation MAEd Core Requirements
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Internship Fact Sheet & Application
Applying for Graduation
Applying for Add-On 077 Licensure