Department of Information Media

Programs

Information Media courses

Undergraduate certificate

  • Instructional Technology
    Learn to apply information and technologies from a wide variety of sources, such as interactive web, multimedia presentations, graphics and web page design. This certificate is a great complement to business, education and mass communications majors.

Graduate certificates

  • Instructional Technology
    Hands-on, advanced learning in the development and implementation of instructional technology in education and business.
  • Library Media Specialist
    Meet the state competencies for K-12 Library Media Specialist (LMS) Licensure.
  • Design for E-Learning
    Increase your use of distributed learning technologies in schools, business, government, and industry.
  • Technology Integration
    Increase your ability to effectively utilize technology in a teaching/ learning environment.

Master of Science degrees

  • Technology Integration
    Focus on technology integration or coordination in educational environments.
  • Library Media
    Meet the state competencies for K-12 Library Media Specialist (LMS) Licensure within a master’s degree program.
  • Instructional Design and E-Learning
    Focuses on careers in instructional design and human performance in education, business, governmental, and health fields.

Library Media? Choose Your Path

If you have . . . Apply for . . . Additional info/requirements
Bachelor's degree, but no teaching license Master's degree in Information Media - Library Media (39-42 credits) FasTrack (PDF)
Bachelor's degree with a teaching license Master's degree in Information Media - Library Media (39-42 credits)

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Library Media Specialist graduate certificate (15 credits)

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14 credits required by the State of Minnesota

Master's degree, but no teaching license Library Media Specialist graduate certificate (15 credits) 14 credits required by the State of Minnesota plus FasTrack (PDF)
Master's degree, but no teaching license Library Media Specialist graduate certificate (15 credits) 14 credits required by the State of Minnesota