"The technology program for educators through Wilkes University is top notch and very valuable." - Suzanne Jones, student [more]
Classroom Technology (M.S. Ed.)
The 30-credit Master of Science degree in Classroom Technology prepares teachers to integrate technology into their curriculum. This program will teach you how to incorporate digital learning and education technologies into your classroom, leading to a more positive and diverse learning experience for your students. Classroom Technology outcomes reflect ISTE NETS for Teachers. Learn More>>
Instructional Media (M.S. Ed.)
The master’s degree in Instructional Media is a joint effort of Wilkes University and Discovery Education, national leaders in education technology. This 30-credit program prepares teachers to engage today’s students in learning through digital media. The course of study couples advanced online resources with the very best in instructional media, content and training. Nationally known educational leaders, including Kathy Schrock, shape course content. Learn more.
EDGE Letter of Endorsement
Emerging trends and technologies, Digital transition, Graduate-level Endorsed skillset. That's the Discovery Education EDGE. This 12-credit letter of endorsement program provides a quick pathway to expertise in emerging technologies. By combining a forward thinking curriculum with existing and proven pedagogy, all under the guidance of an established leader in digital instruction, this program will prepare you for the challenges and opportunities of an ever-changing, digital classroom. Learn more.
Online Master’s Degrees in Education
Wilkes University offers a variety of online master’s degrees in education. The convenient online format allows you to learn from anywhere and participate at
a time of the day that suits you best, while still experiencing a high level of interaction
with instructors and peers. Click here for more information.
Suzanne Jones (Phoenix, AZ) is a student in the Wilkes Instructional Media program, expecting completion in May 2015. She chose Wilkes because, "the cost was right and the program fit my educational goals to a T."
"Dr. Chiavacci is an excellent adviser. He is knowledgeable about the classes, instructors and goals. He helped me navigate the requirements and gave me sound advice regarding my course of study. Students should consider [Wilkes in] Mesa as an option because the classes are directly applicable to the school district. There are even blended classes offered by industry professionals and the work is relevant. In addition, the campus is centrally located to the light rail and downtown area. No matter where you are in your career, it is never too late to learn something new. The technology program for educators through Wilkes University is top notch and very valuable."