Become an expert in using technology to design, implement and assess teaching and learning experiences.
As technology becomes more advanced, so does student learning and creativity in the classroom. The Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction: Technology, Learning and Design program prepares current and aspiring educators to use technology for teaching and learning, stay up-to-date with digital learning environments, and implement technology best practices to facilitate the student learning experience.
Upon completion of the program, graduates will be familiar with emerging technologies to meet the needs of diverse students, be able to collaborate with other educators and administrators to design a technology-infused curriculum, and know how to develop and implement lessons for web-based delivery.
All coursework is aligned with the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) standards for technology coaches.
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- Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment for School Improvement
- Learning, Teaching, and Emerging Technologies
- Instructional Design Principles and Multimedia
- Information Access and Assistive Technology
- Design of Technology-Enhanced Learning Environments
- Instructional Coordinator
- Technology Specialist
- Curriculum Development Specialist
- eLearning Program Manager
- Learning Technologist
- Learning Systems Analyst
- A baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher education with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.75 for the final 60 credit hours completed
- Official college transcripts from all institutions previously attended
- Successful completion of Lewis University College of Education and Social Sciences Graduate Writing Sample
- Submission of graduate application form
- Two completed letters of recommendation
- Meet with the appropriate College of Education and Social Sciences advisor for a personal interview to discuss educational goals
Please refer to the Office of Graduate Admission for application requirements and specific next steps.