Instructional Technology Graduate Certificates

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The Instructional Technology graduate program offers licensed educators Graduate Certificates in:

  • Online Teaching and Learning
  • Multimedia Design and Development
  • Computer Science Teaching and Learning

The Master of Science in Instructional Technology (ITEC) is designed to provide K-12 educators with the knowledge and skills needed to become technology leaders and practitioners. Each track of our program provides options for graduate certificates (15 credit hours) and master’s degrees (30 credit hours). On-campus visit(s) may be required.

Developing skills for leadership in and administration of these technological fields is the overarching goal of the ITEC program. (Graduate Bulletin)

NOTE: This program is 100% online – with a combination of face-to-face sessions in which all students and the instructor meet together (using video conferencing software) and asynchronous sessions in which the students work independently.

While we welcome any out of state candidates, completion of any program, other than an initial licensure program, may not lead to licensure or endorsement in Arkansas or in the state in which you reside. It is your responsibility to check with your state’s department of education to determine if the license or endorsement requirements are met through the program of study. If you are a potential out of state candidate, please contact the program coordinator directly. 

*For more program information and additional admission requirements please request information below. 

Program Contact:

Allision Freed, Ph.D
Assistant Professor, Program Coordinator ITEC
Mashburn Hall
(501) 852-2577

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(501) 852-UCAO (8226)