Master of Science in Instructional Technology

The Masters of Instructional Technology (MIT) program was developed for teachers, trainers, and anyone interested in a career in instructional technology. Students will learn how to incorporate the latest instructional technology into their classrooms and professional presentations using national standards, multimedia, hypermedia techniques and distance education. Students who have completed the program have found it challenging, interesting and useful in acquisition of employment. The MIT program is offered entirely on line with classes being offered in the spring, fall, and summer terms. Students will be required to complete 36 hours of course work and successfully pass comprehensive exams.

Required Courses:

Core Courses: 36 Credit Hours
TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED FOR DEGREE: 36 Credit Hours

Program Overview

Contact Information

 
Dr. Robert Moody
Fort Hays State University
223 Rarick Hall
600 Park Street
Hays, KS  67601-4099
Phone:  785-628-4545
Email: ramoody@fhsu.edu 
Web: Advanced Education Programs

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