The Instructional Technology program offers courses designed to prepare students to use a variety of technologies in many different settings. Students are tracked through their coursework as a group in an effort to use members of the group for inspiration and support systems. The program combines synchronous and asynchronous web-based classes to prepare graduates for settings such as classroom teaching, technology coordinating in hospitals, businesses, and governmental organizations. This degree can also result in a computing/technology endorsement to a teaching license.
|Program Contact:||Dr. Albert Ingram|
|Program Contact Phone:||(330) 672.2294|
|Program Department:||Educational Foundations and Special Services|
|Address:||405 White Hall
P.O. Box 5190
Kent, OH 44242-0001
More information about Instructional Technology degree
Degree Level or Certificate Type: Graduate
Delivered by: World Wide Web
Admission to this program requires a Bachelor’s degree with a minimum GPA of 3.0.
Percent of program offered at a distance: 100%