The Instructional Technology Program provides academic preparation and professional development for those pursuing careers in various occupations and settings such as, but not limited to, in higher education institutions as professors, administrators, and technology professionals; in K-12 schools as technology specialists, technology coordinators, technology coaches, and curriculum supervisors; and in the business arena in areas such as training and development. The program offers a Doctor of Philosophy in Instructional Leadership with a concentration in Instructional Technology, an online Master of Arts in Instructional Technology, and an Instructional Technology Graduate Certificate.
Main Office: 301 Graves
- MA in Instructional Technology (online)
- Ph.D. in Instructional Leadership with a concentration in instructional technology
Dr. Laura McNeillClinical Assistant Professor, Instructional Technology
starting fall 2021