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The doctoral specialization in Instructional Technology is designed for individuals whose major professional interest is exploring research and theory in instructional and informational technologies.
The program prepares graduates for positions as technology leaders in state technology agencies, professional development centers, educational technology centers, or distance learning projects; as instructional designers for educational enterprises; and for faculty positions in higher education. It may also prepare individuals for technology leadership positions in ministries of education and higher education administration.
The Instructional Technology program accepts applications for the doctoral program any semester of the year.
Click here to see the program of study for the Ph.D. in Instructional Technology.
Click here to apply. Additionally you will need to supply the Graduate College with 3 letters of recommendation, TOEFL exam (for international students) GRE scores, official transcripts, and a statement of goals and resume which describe why you wish to be admitted to the program.
- Educational Studies Overview
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- Instructional Technology
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