Certificate Program

Certificate in Instructional Design and Technology – Educational Technology

This program is designed for educators who want to integrate the use of computers in the classroom. Courses focus on the technology competencies needed for the development, utilization, and integration of educational technology in the classroom. The required courses are IDT 7061, IDT 7062, IDT 7063, and IDT 7064.

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Master of Science Program

M.S. Instructional Design and Technology

Our IDT Master of Science program is completely online. We tailor your experience and projects to your career goals, whether they involve teaching in the classroom or training in business, healthcare, nonprofit, or military environments.

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School Library Program

School Library Information Specialist (SLIS) Endorsement

The SLIS program is committed to developing school librarians/media specialists who are inspired to engage in critical thinking, problem solving, and lifelong learning.

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Ed.D. Program

Ed.D. Instructional Design and Technology

Graduates of the IDT doctoral program are prepared to enter the fields of higher education as a professor, director of professional development, or researcher. In school systems, potential jobs include directors or consultants for curriculum design or instructional quality. Our graduates are also able to perform as directors of human resources training and learning for businesses, the nonprofit sector, healthcare organizations, and the military.

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IDT ProgramNo. of Courses/Credit HoursExpected DurationTuition CostsDeadline for ApplicationStart Date
Certificate 4 courses/12 credit hours 2 semesters or one summer Tuition Estimator Currently enrolling August 2014 or June 2015
M.S. 10 courses/30 credit hours 2 years or less Tuition Estimator Currently enrolling August 2014
School Library Information Specialists (SLIS) Endorsement only: 6 courses + 1 practicum/21 hours total 1.5 years Tuition Estimator No deadline; students request admission to the graduate school as non-degree seeking Students can register and start taking courses at the beginning of any semester during the year, including summer
M.S. + SLIS endorsement 9 courses + 1 practicum/30 hours total 2 years Tuition Estimator Spring: April 1 Fall: October 1 Students can register and start taking courses at the beginning of any semester during the year, including summer
M.S. + Initial Teaching Licensure + SLIS endorsement 11 courses + 1 practicum + student teaching/36 hours total 2+ years Tuition Estimator Spring: April 1 Fall: October 1 Students can register and start taking courses at the beginning of any semester during the year, including summer
Ed.D. 16 courses/48 credit hours 3 years Tuition Estimator April 1 June 2015
Last Updated: 9/6/17