The Master of Science in Instructional Technology (MS. IT) program began in 1988 at the New York Insitute of Technology - New York campus and expanded to the Vancouver campus in 2018. The MS. IT program officially ended following the Summer 2023 semester. For questions or inquiries about the program, please contact Office of the Registrar at email@example.com
What You’ll Learn
The MS. IT program is no longer offered. However, the MS. IT program provided students with comprehensive knowledge and skills in instructional technology and education.
The MS. IT degree map equipped students with expertise in selecting, utilizing, and integrating technology effectively into elementary and secondary school curricula. It also focused on developing leadership perspectives to guide long-term strategies for technology adoption and implementation in educational settings.
Courses and specializations that students engaged with during their MSIT program included:
Foundations of Instructional Technology
Technology Integration in the Curriculum
Digital Tools for Teaching and Learning
Instructional Design and Development
Assessment and Evaluation in Educational Technology
Leadership in Educational Technology
Emerging Trends in Instructional Technology
Specialization: Online and Blended Learning
Specialization: Mobile Learning and Applications
Specialization: Gamification and Game-Based Learning
By completing the MS. IT degree map at New York Tech, students were equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills to effectively leverage technology and train others to be successful in educational settings, aligning with the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Coaches standards.
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