Master of Education in Instructional Technology

 

The Masters of Education in Instructional Technology uses a core curriculum of 18 graduate credit hours to provide a professional working knowledge of research, curriculum design, human relations, and instructional studies.

Instructional Technology encompasses in-depth coursework for the general field of instructional design and technology. Entrance into the Instructional Design and Technology option does not require teacher licensure. Candidates with a valid Arkansas teaching license can seek additional licensure. Individuals who successfully complete state required assessments will be licensed as a Library Media Specialist.

Students are eligible to apply for unconditional admission if they meet the admission requirements set forth by the Graduate College.

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Where Can I Get More Information About the Instructional Technology Programs?


Curriculum and Instruction
Mrs. Terri Toland
Crabaugh Building, Room 204
1310 North El Paso Ave
Russellville, AR 72801
(479) 968-0434
ttoland@atu.edu

 

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