College Degrees

MEd --Instructional Design

This program is specifically designed for already-licensed teachers who are currently
using technology for instructional purposes and who wish to focus on larger curricular or
year-long development plans. If you can devote 15-20 hours per week to your studies,
you'll develop your curriculum and instructional expertise. The competency-based M.Ed.
in Instructional Design will enhance your teaching talents and increase your technology
integration skills using instructional design principles. The course of study integrates best
practices in instructional design, technology integration, measurement and evaluation,
and development of graduate-level research abilities.

Teachers with a master's degree earn on average over $10,000 more per year than those
with only a bachelor's degree. This M.Ed. program is a great investment in your future.

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