M.Ed. in Instructional Technology: Non P-12 Technology Applications
- Total Credit Hours: 36
- Degree Format: Online
About this field
The M.Ed. in Instructional Technology with a Technology Applications concentration offers engaging and flexible educational experiences designed to fit the busy schedules of working professionals in a variety of business, industry, government, and educational-support fields. Delivered completely online, our program provides practical opportunities for students to prepare to be technology coaches, coordinators, instructional designers, or instructional technologists in a variety of contexts: public schools, business, industry, government, the military, health fields, and higher education. You will enjoy learning from our quality faculty whose real-world experience and knowledge have been acquired through many years teaching, researching, and working in our field.
Cost and Length of Program
The M.Ed. in Instructional Technology with a Technology Applications concentration course sequence will allow a person employed full time to complete the course requirements of the program within two years. Based on completing 36 course hours, the cost of the program is $12,768. We encourage you to compare our cost with any other institution. We think you will be pleasantly surprised to see what a great value VSU is.
Cost computed based on Fall 2019 rates.
Our program is delivered completely online. New students are accepted into the program in Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters.
One Official Transcript from each institution where you have previously enrolled (undergraduate and graduate).
- Transcripts of coursework completed in-residence at VSU will be obtained by the Graduate School. You must hold a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution.
- Minimum undergraduate GPA of 2.75 on a 4.0 Scale. GPA will be calculated on all attempted undergraduate coursework in which a letter grade was awarded.
GRE and MAT scores are only one of the factors considered in admissions decisions. These test scores are not the sole criteria for admission. Graduate Record Exam or Miller Analogies Test scores are required.
Recommended minimum GRE scores:
- Verbal score of 350 (if taken before July 2011) or 143 (if taken July 2011 or later)
- Quantitative score of 400 (if taken before July 2011) or 140 (if taken July 2011 or later)
- Analytical Writing score of 3.0
Recommended minimum MAT scores:
- Recommended minimum score: 386
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Distance Learning Exemption of the VSU Medical Form
- Complete the student information section and check/sign the option at the bottom of Page 1 that refers to distance learning.
- The form must be completed and signed by the student/applicant.
- This form must be received prior to enrollment, NOT prior to admission.
- Applicants who are currently enrolled, and those who attended VSU in the past, are not required to resubmit the Medical Form.
Unless otherwise indicated above, all required documents must be received on or before the admission deadline for your file to be reviewed. It is the applicant's responsibility to allow adequate time for document delivery and to en-sure receipt of documents. Please allow at least 7-10 days for delivery by mail.
This program is delivered in an online format. No campus visits are required.
If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Lars Leader, program coordinator, by phone at 229-333-5633 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A candidate must complete an application for graduation one semester prior to their expected graduation date.
A candidate must have a GPA of 3.00 or above on all graduate coursework. No grade below a “C” will be credited toward the degree.
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