Instructional Technology

U.S. News and World ReportDegree: Master of Science in Education
Program: Instructional Technology
Degree Level: Graduate
Credit Hours: 36 credit hours
Delivery Format: Online
Prerequisites: Bachelor’s degree


The Master of Science in Education - Instructional Technology offers four concentrations for students to choose from: (1)The Instructional Technology Concentration focuses on the application aspects of computer and other technologies in education and business training. Graduates will be able to manage and use IT resources in their classrooms, buildings, districts, or workplaces. (2) The Leadership in Instructional Technology Concentration is for those who are interested in pursuing a management and/or training position in business or education. (3) The School Librarian Concentration focuses on developing school librarians with technological expertise. This concentration may lead to a School Librarian Endorsement. (4) The Information Technology Concentration is designed for K-12 teachers who teach IT courses or provide IT support to their school district.

Required and Elective Courses

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Program Overview

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How do I get started?

1. Learn more
about the program on the Department of Teacher Education website, or request information.

2. Prepare to apply by viewing the program's application process, or apply now.

3. Contact the coordinator with any questions about the program:

Sarah Bartling
Online Program Coordinator
Department of Teacher Education
University of Nebraska at Kearney
Phone: 308-865-8513

Email: teacheredonline@unk.edu

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