Master of Science in Instructional Design and Development
These programs lead to the development of competencies for professional practice. By completing 30 credits of coursework and other requirements, successful students will earn a master of science degree in either IDD&E or Instructional Technology.
Master of Science Degree Offerings:
Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation
The Master of Science Degree in Instructional Design and Development prepares students for success in a broad range of positions in agencies and schools. The primary purpose of this degree is preparing professional practitioners through in-depth study, partcipation in real world projects, and small group collaboration. Requirements include practical experience gained from project work as well as knowledge gained from study.
The Masters of Science in Instructional Technology (MSIT) is for teachers who have completed prior studies in one or more fields of PreK-12 education and who already hold or are eligible for a New York State initial teaching certificate in those fields. This can lead to a NYS Education Technology Specialist Initial Certification and professional certification in previous content area.