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M.Ed. in Instructional Technology and Media

Director's Welcome & M.Ed. Overview

The School of Education and Child Development offers a Master in Education degree with an emphasis in Instructional Technology and Media. This program is intended for middle school and high school broadcasting and journalism teachers seeking the opportunity to network and study with media teachers from across the nation.  Practical hands-on experience with copy writing, cameras, and other instructional technology is included in this online program.

This program requires attendance at a minimum of two summer media camps. Additional coursework is available through the camps; the remainder of the program may be completed online. There is an additional fee for attending summer camps.

Required Core Courses (18 hours)

SCI 621: Educational Technology*
EDUC 605: Advanced Educational Psychology and Assessment
HFA 656: Academic Writing and Digital Literacy
SS 639: Leadership Techniques
EDUC 689: Introduction to Educational Research
EDUC 700: Capstone Seminar**

*(must be taken within the first two semesters)
**(must be taken in last 9 hours of program)

Required Media Courses (12 hours)

HFA 646: Broadcasting for Teachers I 
HFA 647: Broadcasting for Teachers II 
HFA 649: Ethics in Media 
HFA 650: Media Writing 

Electives (6 hours) - Select two of the following

HFA 648: Broadcasting for Teachers III 
SCI 623: History, Security and Ethics of Technology 
SCI 625: Online Pedagogy 
SCI 626: Web Communication and Design 
SCI 627: Advanced Web Design & Development 
SCI 628: Infrastructure and Support 
SCI 632: Educational Evaluation 
SCI 633: Instructional Product Development 
SCI 634: Instructional Design & Delivery
SCI 635: Simulations & Virtual Reality