Instructional Technology

Undergraduate Certificate

Students enrolled in this certificate program learn skills related to Web 2.0 tools, multimedia presentations, video production, and web page design. Your transcript will read "Instructional Technology Certificate" which will tell employers you are fluent in the use of computer-related technologies. Education majors who earn the Instructional Technology Certificate are recognized as skilled users of technology who will effectively integrate technology into their classrooms. Mass Communications majors learn to access and apply information and technologies from a wide variety of sources to their work in advertising, public relations, and journalism.

The certificate in Instructional Technology is designed for full-time or part-time students. Classes are offered in the evening during the academic year and during the day in summer. All classes are available through distance technology. Students may attend class face to face or synchronously from a distance through the Web.

Courses required (11-12 credits)

  • IM 260 (3 credits)
  • IM 404 (3 credits)
  • IM 455 (3 credits)
  • One of the following electives:
    • IM 414, IM 421, IM 422, IM 423, IM 456, or IM 462 (2 to 3 credits)

Getting the Instructional Technology Certificate is as easy as 1-2-3. Just follow the steps outlined below, and you will be on your way to adding valuable credentials to your resume.

Step 1: Review the course requirements for the certificate in the St. Cloud State University Catalog. Then, contact the HURL\IM office at EB B118 or (320) 308-2062 to schedule a meeting with an advisor in the Department of Information Media to discuss course selections and submit your Program of Study Form.

Step 2: Enroll in and complete all courses, as outlined by your Program of Study.

Step 3: After completing all course requirements, submit the Undergraduate Certificate Completion Application to the Office of Records and Registration with the required fee.


St. Cloud State University Catalog


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