College of Education


Instructional Technology (M.S.) - Educational Technology

Why earn an M.S. in Instructional Technology?

The master’s degree program in instructional technology is an applied professional program that helps to educate leaders in educational computing and media. Educational Technology is intended for students who wish to integrate technology into classroom teaching or to coordinate and plan the integration of educational technologies at the school, district or state level.

Each student in the program produces a culminating project to demonstrate professional competencies in instructional technology. These culminating projects may be in the form of action research, a curriculum or unit design, an electronic portfolio or a professional-level internship.

Flexibility

Many courses offer at least one online project or activity, and some courses meet only once or twice on campus while all other activities take place online. Classes usually start after 4 p.m. to accommodate working professionals. The program is also offered off-campus.

Off-Campus Locations

The program is available off campus at the University Center – Northeastern Maryland. The admission and degree requirements for this master's degree program are the same as those offered on campus. If you are enrolling in this program and have not attended Towson University for one year, you must complete a Graduate Admissions application. For more information, email offcampusprograms@towson.edu or call 410-704-7700.

The program is also offered through the Towson Learning Network to employees of local school systems at various off-campus locations. Visit the Towson Learning Network to get information about applying to the program.


 

 

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