Information Media Programs

The links below provide information on our programs, step-by-step admissions instructions, completion requirements, answers to frequently asked questions (FAQ), related forms, and details to help you choose the course of study that is right for you.

Undergraduate Certificate

Instructional Technology Certificate - Learn to and apply information and technologies from a wide variety of sources, such as Web 2.0 tools, multimedia presentations, graphics editing, and web page design. Ideal for Business, Education, and Mass Communications majors.

This certificate complements other majors, especially those in education, fine arts, humanities, social sciences, and business. Applicants planning to work toward the Instructional Technology Certificate must meet with an adviser in the Department of Information Media.

Graduate Certificates

Instructional Technology Certificate  - Hands-on, advanced learning in the development and implementation of instructional technology in education and industry.

Library Media Specialist Certificate - Meet the state competencies for K-12 Library Media Specialist (LMS) Licensure.

Design for E-Learning Certificate - Increase your use of distributed learning technologies in schools, business, government, and industry.

Technology Integration -  Increase you ability to effectively utilize technology in a teaching/ learning environment.

Master of Science Degrees

Track I: Technology Integration - Choose to focus on technology integration or coordination in educational or business environments..

Track II: Library Media - Meet the state competencies for K-12 Library Media Specialist (LMS) Licensure within a master’s degree program.

Track III: Instructional Design & Training – Focuses on careers in human performance and technology/training management in business, industrial, governmental, and health fields.

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