College Degrees

Master of Arts in Education-Instructional Technology

This program supports those wishing to work in school districts as software designers/programmers or educators who use computers and software designed for teaching. The emphasis covers the full range of educational applications of computer technology, including computer-assisted instruction, electronic grade books, teacher utilities, networked learning environments, the electronic scholar, lesson authoring, and schools of the future.

Upon completion, you will play an active role in improving schools and other education settings, as well as your community and the lives of students. You will be prepared to work with children, youth and adults of varied cultural backgrounds, economic standards and ability levels.

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