Education: Instructional Design and Technology (M.Ed.)
About the Program
Graduates of the M.Ed. in Instructional Design & Technology are professionals who facilitate learning and performance through the systematic planning, creation, and assessment of technological solutions in a broad range of instructional settings and environments. MEd-ID&T candidates take courses emphasizing instructional technology and design principles, theories, methods, and applications. Mastery is demonstrated through course and program-based phase outcomes, as well as in a final field/research project for the defense of the MEd-ID&T degree. The MEd-ID&T is designed for individualized programs of study for K-12 face-to-face, blended, and online environments; post-secondary and higher education settings; and business/industry entities in support of training and consulting endeavors.
Required Courses take the following courses, take 12 credits12 creditsTake these coures:EDLT6601 - Founds Instr Design Technology3 creditsEDLT6611 - Instructional Systems Design3 creditsEDLT6612 - Multimedia Design Development3 creditsEDLT6613 - Designing Online Instruction3 credits
Elective Courses take the following courses15 credits
Capstone Courses take 3-6 credits, take at least 1 course3 - 6 creditsComplete 3-6 credits from:EDLT6650 - Thesis1 - 6 creditsEDLT6651 - Field Project Case Analysis1 - 6 creditsEDLT6652 - Field Practicum in Educ1 - 6 creditsEDLT6659 - Online Teaching Internship3 - 6 credits
* Please note that you must meet with an advisor each semester in order to verify degree completion time as well as online course offerings for the program requirements.