2009-2010 Graduate Catalog 
    
    Aug 21, 2019  
2009-2010 Graduate Catalog [Archived]

Educational Technology M.S.


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(33 credits minimum)

As an interdisciplinary field of study, the Educational Technology Program prepares students to systematically design and develop instruction with optimal use of technology, and to implement, manage, and evaluate the total process of teaching and learning in a variety of settings including kindergarten-12 schools, universities, government, business/industry, and the military to bring the most effective, efficient, and appealing instruction to various teaching and training settings. The program provides candidates with two possible specializations. One specialization provides deeper focus in educational computing and instructional design and one specialization provides deeper focus in library media. The library/media specialization (including an additional 3 credit hours of prerequisite) adds the Indiana Library/Media License to an existing Indiana license for the license school setting.

 

Degree Requirements:


Specialization areas:


Addition to Indiana license


Students desiring to add the Indiana Library/Media License to an existing Indiana license for the licensure school setting must take the following course as an entry level course for the specialization:

Culminating Experience:


All students are required to complete a culminating practicum experience.

Note:


In general, one-half of the credit hours must be in courses numbered 600 or above.

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