Instructional Technology & Learning Overview Do you want to know more about using technology in the classroom? Are you interested in working as an instructional designer? This specialization features hands-on use of available technologies to enhance teaching and learning experiences. Instructional Technology & Learning may be completed as a Graduate Certificate or as an area of emphasis under the Master of Arts in Education. This is not a teacher licensure program. Please see FAQs for more information. Plans of Study Graduate Certificate in Instructional Technology & Learning Master of Arts in Education with an area of emphasis in Instructional Technology & Learning Prerequisites Certificate Candidates Transcripts verifying Baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university Undergraduate GPA of 2.5 or a Master’s degree Degree Candidates Transcripts verifying Baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university Undergraduate GPA of 2.5 Application for Admission and Information For complete admission information and an application visit: http://www.marshall.edu/graduate/ Contact Us Dr. Lisa Heaton (Program Coordinator) Marshall University College of Education and Professional Development 100 Angus E. Peyton Drive, South Charleston, WV 25303-1600 304-746-2026 or 1-800-642-9842 ext. 62026 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Frequently Asked Questions What is the purpose of this specialization? Instructional Technology & Learning is primarily designed for classroom teachers seeking to enhance their use of technology. Participants may work in traditional K-12 classrooms or within higher education. Individuals interested in working in instructional design may also benefit from this specialization. Is this specialization offered online? This specialization is available online. Two courses currently include a limited number of virtual, synchronous meetings. Distance learners may participate in this specialization. Is teacher licensure required to participate in this specialization? Teacher licensure is not required to participate in Instructional Technology & Learning. This specialization does not lead to initial teacher licensure or added endorsement on an existing teaching license.