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Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Learning, Design, and Technology (residential/blended)


About this Program

The M.Ed. degree is a practitioner's degree. It is a more appropriate option for those who plan careers as instructional designers and technologists. Upon completion of the Master of Education Program, the graduate will be able to:

  • discuss learning processes and implications for the development of effective instruction,
  • conduct comprehensive needs assessments identifying important learner, environmental, and task characteristics,
  • develop effective instructional materials for a variety of learning tasks, student characteristics, and learning environments,
  • evaluate the effectiveness of educational materials,
  • apply these skills to corporate in school environments.

Course/Program Requirements for Master’s of Education Degree

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