May 21, 2024  
2022-2023 Graduate Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Education, Training, and Instructional Technology, MA


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Program code: ETIT-MA

The Master of Arts in Education, Training, and Instructional Technology (ETIT) prepares graduates for careers in instructional design, education technology, distance education, training, media development, and other positions across a variety of professional settings including business and industry, PK-21 education systems, higher education, health care, and government organizations. ETIT graduates are skilled professionals who specialize in designing, facilitating, and evaluating education and training programs for both classroom and digital learning environments. The ETIT program offers a balance of academic preparation, hands-on technical skill development, and training on the development and application of a diversity of education technologies. Professional preparation for students in education, training, and instructional technology is realized through helping them develop:

  • A specialized knowledge of the literature, research, and theories in instructional design and instructional technology.
  • Specific skills to enhance performance as an instructional design professional. 
  • The ability to communicate effectively in writing, orally, and across a variety of digital platforms.
  • Accessible education and training programs for a variety of settings and learners.

In addition to the regular School of Graduate Studies and Research requirements, applicants for the MA in Education, Training, and Instructional Technology are required to submit a resume. The program can be completed at the Indiana campus or from a distance using video conference technology.

Program Requirements


II. Research Requirement (3 cr.)


III. Either


A. Thesis Option (6 cr.)


B. Non-Thesis Option (6 cr.)*


*A portfolio is required for non-thesis option students

Total 30 cr.


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