Instructional Technology, M.A.
Enhance student learning outcomes with your M.A. in Instructional Technology
Learn how to integrate technology for learning into your curriculum and use technology to develop 21st-century skills with your learners.
The Master of Arts in Instructional Technology is a 30-credit master’s degree program for candidates seeking to gain advanced knowledge in digital-age learning to create a technology-rich learning environment. Courses are offered around the state of Connecticut in off-campus locations, typically begin at or after 4 p.m., and include the option to complete the program on a full- or part-time basis.
This program meets the new CT State Board of Education policy, which reads: Applicants for a professional educator certificate who are first certified in Connecticut after July 1, 2016, shall complete a minimum of 15 graduate credits of content or content pedagogy, either as part of or in addition to a master’s degree.
The student will:
- Be a critical thinker and effective problem solver who is concerned with the social, emotional and intellectual issues of all children and adolescents in contemporary educational settings
- Apply advanced pedagogy in curriculum, instruction and assessment to engage all students in reaching their potential as people and as learners
- Develop the capacity to influence and advance positive change for students, professionals and the profession in a complex global society