John Baaki, Graduate Program Director
The Master of Science in Education – Secondary - instructional design and technology concentration is designed to meet the needs of professionals interested or involved in the design, development, and delivery of instruction. The courses are appropriate for a variety of venues, including preK-12, higher education, military, and business. In this specialization, student’s select 24 to 30 credits in instructional design and technology plus the problems paper or seminar research option. Working with an advisor, students select courses that complement their backgrounds and professional goals. The MSEd - Secondary -- instructional design and technology concentration is offered on-campus and online.