Master of Education
The Master's programs may be completed entirely online. A few electives are only available face-to-face, but all required courses are available online.
Designed for those interested in working as instructional designers, user experience designer, learning and development specialist, or performance consultants in business, industrial, health care, higher education, military and government settings.
Backgrounds: Relevant undergraduate degrees from a variety of areas such as Business Administration, Computer Science, Learning Design & Technology, Nursing, Psychology, Education, or Speech. Students may also have experience in training design, but now wish to learn more about non-training interventions to solve performance problems.
Designed for those interested in technology integration into the classroom and applying principles of Learning Design & Technology in school settings. It is relevant to careers as classroom teachers, media specialists, technology coordinators, school administrators, and other specialized school personnel.
Backgrounds: Undergraduate degrees in an area of education are the most common.
Note: This program does not lead to teacher certification; however, with additional coursework, certification can be obtained from the teacher education program within the College.