Instructional Technologies (ITEC) graduates are professionals who holistically apply learning theory; and design, develop, and evaluate instruction with appropriate technologies.
Instructional Technology graduates create authentic, effective, and meaningful instruction to meet the complex learning needs of diverse learners in any learning environment or medium. The program provides three areas for graduate study: e-learning design and development, including multimedia development; training design and development; and technology integration for teachers. In addition, the program offers a supplementary authorization in instructional computing for K-12 teachers who complete twelve units of course work in that area. Instructional Technologies Program offers a Master of Arts degree and a certificate in Training Systems Development.
Possession of a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution
3.0 GPA in the last 60 semester units
Competency in basic computer skills, such as word processing, presentation, and web browsing