Program Requirements

This program is designed for teachers and other professionals who wish to apply technology and related software to the instructional process. Components of the degree program include: instructional design, computer-authoring tools, software selection and maintenance, information access and delivery systems, and knowledge and skills related to staff development. As part of the degree requirements, students will complete a comprehensive project. Upon successful completion of program requirements and other requirements outlined in the Graduate Catalog and on this sheet, the student will be awarded the degree Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology.

Web = Online 

F2F = Face-to-Face ESU campus classroom

 

Hours

Type

Planned Offerings

Core Courses

IT 700

Foundations of Instructional Technology

3

Web and F2F

Fall (Web and F2F)

Spring (Web)

IT 710 Web Design 3 Web and F2F

Fall (Web and F2F)

Spring (Web)

IT 800

Instructional Design

3

Web and F2F

Fall (Web)

Spring (Web and F2F)

IT 810

Multimedia Design

3

Web and F2F

Fall (Web and F2F)

Spring (Web)

IT 820

Designing & Developing Web-Based Instr.

3

Web and F2F

Fall (Web)

Spring (Web and F2F)

IT 830

Contemporary Issues in Distance Ed.

3

Web and F2F

Fall (Web)

Spring (Web and F2F)

PY 805

or

PY 722

Psychology of the Adult Learner

 

Theories of Learning

3

Web and F2F

See Schedule

Elective Courses

With approval of advisor

9

Web and F2F

See Schedule

Research

ER 752

or

PY 520

Analysis of Research

 

Statistics I

3

Web and F2F

See Schedule

IT 899

Masters Project in Inst. Design and Tech.

3

Web and F2F

Fall (Web and F2F)

Spring (Web and F2F)

Total Hours

36

 

 

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Note: All students admitted to this degree program are required to have their own personal computer with CD-DVD ROM and access to the Internet. Minimum machine requirements: Windows XP or Vista; at least 2 Gig. RAM; Macintosh – OS X or higher; with 2 Gig. RAM.