Instructional Technology (MS)


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. By its design, the program offers a broad view of the field of instructional technology (e.g., history, theory, technology, management) yet is flexible enough to allow K-12 educators to select an area of concentration reflective of their professional interests. These areas of concentration, which provide specialized preparation in three technologically distinctive fields, are:

  • Online teaching and learning,
  • Computer science teaching and learning, and
  • Multimedia design and development.

Admission Requirements:

To be accepted into the degree program in instructional technology, an individual must:

  • Meet the general admission requirements of the university.
  • Provide the department with copies of transcripts of all previous academic work.
  • Submit a valid standard educator license OR a two-page, double-spaced letter of intent that includes reasons for applying to this program, future goals, and three professional references.

No action will be taken relative to admission until all materials and information are received. Admission materials and information should be received by the department prior to registration.

A maximum of six semester hours of graduate degree credit with grades of “B” or above may be transferred from another UCA graduate program or another regionally accredited institution. Candidates must specifically request consideration of transfer work completed prior to admission to the program. After admission to the program, approval to transfer work from another institution must be approved prior to enrolling in the courses.

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


Program Contact:

Ashley Cooksey
TLC Director
(501) 450-5426
Mashburn 102H
acooksey@uca.edu


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