The College of Engineering and Computing is no longer accepting applications for this program.
Click here for the curriculum for students beginning before Fall 2013.
This 36 credit-hour program is designed to meet the needs of working professionals such as educators, trainers, administrators, technical support staff, and developers working in the public or private sector. The program blends educational theory and practice into a learning experience that develops skills applicable to complex real-world problems. It enhances knowledge of how computers, software, and other forms of information technology can be used to improve learning outcomes.
Graduates with the M.S. in Information Technology in Education are able to: (1) select and use existing and emerging technologies to improve learning in formal and informal settings; (2) create effective learning systems and environments that leverage the power of information and learning technologies; (3) manage human, financial, computing, and physical resources to achieve planned goals; (4) make informed decisions or recommendations regarding the adoption of technologies for learning; and (5) communicate effectively with professionals within and outside educational and training environments about information and learning technologies.