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Online Instructional Technology Certificate Programs

Educational and instructional technology is defined by the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) as "the theory and practice of design, development, utilization, management, and evaluation of processes and resources for learning." Professionals who work in this field do everything from writing manuals to creating computer software, all of it designed to facilitate teaching.

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Brigham Young University--HawaiiUndergraduate
Laie Oahu, HI

Brigham Young University--ProvoUndergraduate
Provo, UT

Bryan CollegeUndergraduate
Dayton, TN

Bucknell UniversityUndergraduate
Lewisburg, PA

Buena Vista UniversityUndergraduate
Storm Lake, IA

Butler UniversityUndergraduate
Indianapolis, IN

Cabrini CollegeUndergraduate
Radnor, PA

California Baptist UniversityUndergraduate
Riverside, CA

California State University--BakersfieldUndergraduate
Bakersfield, CA

California State University--ChicoUndergraduate
Chico, CA

California State University--Dominguez HillsUndergraduate
Carson, CA

California State University--FresnoUndergraduate
Fresno, CA

California State University--FullertonUndergraduate
Fullerton, CA

California State University--Los AngelesUndergraduate
Los Angeles, CA

California State University--NorthridgeUndergraduate
Northridge, CA

California State University--SacramentoUndergraduate
Sacramento, CA

California State University--San BernardinoUndergraduate
San Bernardino, CA

California State University--StanislausUndergraduate
Turlock, CA

California University of PennsylvaniaUndergraduate
California, PA

Calumet College of St. JosephUndergraduate
Whiting, IN

Calvary Bible College and Theological SeminaryUndergraduate
Kansas City, MO

Calvin CollegeUndergraduate
Grand Rapids, MI

Cameron UniversityUndergraduate
Lawton, OK

Campbell UniversityUndergraduate
Buies Creek, NC

Campbellsville UniversityUndergraduate
Campbellsville, KY

Canisius CollegeUndergraduate
Buffalo, NY

Capital UniversityUndergraduate
Columbus, OH

Carlow UniversityUndergraduate
Pittsburgh, PA

Carroll CollegeUndergraduate
Helena, MT

Carroll UniversityUndergraduate
Waukesha, WI

Carson-Newman UniversityUndergraduate
Jefferson City, TN

Carthage CollegeUndergraduate
Kenosha, WI

Cazenovia CollegeUndergraduate
Cazenovia, NY

Cedarville UniversityUndergraduate
Cedarville, OH

Centenary College of LouisianaUndergraduate
Shreveport, LA

Central Baptist CollegeUndergraduate
Conway, AR

Central Christian CollegeUndergraduate
McPherson, KS

Central CollegeUndergraduate
Pella, IA

Central Connecticut State UniversityUndergraduate
New Britain, CT

Central Methodist UniversityUndergraduate
Fayette, MO

Central Michigan UniversityUndergraduate
Mount Pleasant, MI

Central State UniversityUndergraduate
Wilberforce, OH

Central Washington UniversityUndergraduate
Ellensburg, WA

Centre CollegeUndergraduate
Danville, KY

Chadron State CollegeUndergraduate
Chadron, NE

Chaminade University of HonoluluUndergraduate
Honolulu, HI

Champlain CollegeUndergraduate
Burlington, VT

Chapman UniversityUndergraduate
Orange, CA

Charleston Southern UniversityUndergraduate
Charleston, SC

Chatham UniversityUndergraduate
Pittsburgh, PA


Earn Your Instructional or Educational Technology Certification Online

Since online education has become so popular over the last several years, many who work in the instructional technology field are now involved in producing Internet classes and other e–learning tools. Almost all instructional technology certificates are graduate–level certificates, which means you will need a bachelor’s degree (at minimum) if you want to enroll in an online instructional technology certificate program. Credits you earn in such a program can often be applied toward a master’s degree, usually in an education field.

The growing importance of computers and the Internet has created a huge demand for instructional technology professionals. The latest U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data projects that jobs in this field will expand by 20% through 2020 – a much faster than average pace when compared to all occupations.