Instructional Psychology & Technology: Integrating Technology in Teaching, Master of Education
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Minimum Total Hours (Non-Thesis): 36
Program Code: M550 Q374
- This program is Non-Thesis Only.
|EACS 5693||Technology in Educational Administration||3|
|EIPT 5033||Introduction to Research and Evaluation in Education||3|
|EIPT 5183||Motivation and Learning in the Classroom||3|
|EIPT 5203||Assessment and Evaluation in Education and Counseling||3|
|EIPT 5513||Teaching with Technology||3|
|EIPT 5920||Internship in Education--Master's||1|
|EIPT 5970||Special Topics/Seminar||2|
|EIPT 5973||Classroom Research and Implementation||3|
|EIPT 6143||Instructional Development||3|
|With advisor approval, select 12 hours from the Integrating Technology in Teaching Electives list||12|
|Total Credit Hours||36|
Note: Up to 6 hours of graduate credit from TE-Plus or ILAC can be included in the elective courses with advisor approval.
- Program effective SU17. Check sheet version 2/2017
|EIPT 6153||Motivation and Emotion in Education||3|
|EIPT 6183||Cognition and Instruction||3|
|EIPT 5023||Analysis of Quantitative Data I||3|
|EIPT 6023||Analysis of Quantitative Data II||3|
|EIPT 6043||Qualitative Research Methods||3|
|EIPT 6203||Instrument Development||3|
|Instructional Design and Technology|
|EIPT 5533||Introduction to Instructional Technology||3|
|EIPT 6313||Multimedia Design and Development for Learning||3|
|EIPT 6343||Instructional Design Theories, Models, and Strategies||3|
|EIPT 6423||Web-Based Instruction||3|
|EIPT 6523||Visual Literacy for Educational Media Production||3|
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