IT Accelerated Master of Instructional Design and Technology Program

Instuctional Design and Technology


Study the leading teaching methods and applications of technology for not only students but people everywhere.
Learning is known to be a lifelong process. Today, this process is also a constant progress to newer, better and more convenient means. Contributions emerge from things like new graphics, enhanced training, and bringing simulations to life in a multitude of settings. People use these modern learning approaches from the very start all the way throughout their careers, and aptitude with technology supports students as they meet these contemporary needs and improve the future of learning.

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Career Possibilities

Online classes, technology based learning aids and applications are increasing even more in their educational value. Graduates may find themselves at educational institutions of all levels, businesses technical and non-technical, museums, military and more. As an IT professional and a Master of Education Curriculum & Instruction: Instructional Design and Technology, students may find themselves in some of these roles shaping current instruction:

  • Instructional and Media Technology Specialist
  • Director of Academic Design
  • Coordinator of E-learning
  • Education Development Specialist
  • Multi-media Specialist

Places to work at include K-12, higher education, technical enterprises like IT security firm to other corporations, military, medical institutions, and various others.

Deadlines

*** January 31st *** is the application deadline.

Curriculum

Download a PDF copy of the Curriculum Plan.

Applying

Download the Application Form(DOC) for this program.
Please make sure to complete all parts after checking the link:

  • Cover sheet
  • Statement of Purpose
  • Proposed degree plan
  • Resume
  • Unofficial Transcript or Degree Audit

More Information

Visit UC's Instructional Design and Technology site.
Or contact the IT Graduate Program Director:

Rebekah Michael
Graduate Program Coordinator
School of Information Technology
michaerm@ucmail.uc.edu
(513) 556-1701