The online Master of Science in Education with a major in Instructional Technology delivers a greater understanding of digital-age learning with the skill set to integrate current and emerging technologies into contemporary pre-K–12 and higher education learning environments.
In addition to the master's degree, the program offers Pennsylvania Department of Education certification as an Instructional Technology Specialist.
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Why Study Instructional Technology at Wilkes?
Graduates leave the program prepared to effectively use and implement technology at every level of education, from district-wide down to the individual student. Our curriculum covers a variety of subjects that are essential to taking on a technology leadership role, including technology infrastructure, network design and construction, network security, and technology-rich curricular design. As a student, you’ll develop a higher level of technology expertise and leadership skills.
Curriculum Admission Requirements
What Will You Learn as an Instructional Technology Student?
- You’ll learn how to use technology to improve instruction and learning outcomes while providing support for all learners.
- Explore the latest trends in instructional design and learn how to create engaging learning experiences through courseware design and construction as well as media.
- Develop your expertise in information security, operating systems, and networking best practices.
- Discover various applications of technology for meeting the needs of learners while growing your skills as a technology leader.