Online Instructional Technology Degrees & Educational Technology Degree Programs

Instructional technology professionals do everything from writing manuals to creating computer software, all of it designed to improve curriculums and teaching methods. They work with school officials and teachers to implement the best possible methods of teaching.

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The University of Scranton

Full Sail University

Western Governors University

University of New England

Concordia University Nebraska

Northcentral University

Concordia University Portland

Capella University

Brandeis University Graduate Professional Studies

St.Thomas University

University of Phoenix

Purdue University

Grand Canyon University

Southeast Missouri State University

Andrews University
Berrien Springs, MI
Converse College
Spartanburg, SC

Enhance Your Career With an Instructional Technology Degree Program

Since distance education is becoming so popular, many who work in this field are involved in producing online classes and other e-learning tools. If you are looking to go into instructional technology, a Bachelor’s degree in Education with an additional major or minor in computer science can qualify you for entry-level work. However, most professionals in this field attain a Master’s of Education (MEd) in Instructional Technology.

The preponderance of computers and the importance of the Internet have created a huge demand for instructional technology professionals. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that jobs in this field will expand by 13% through 2022, which is a much faster than average rate when compared to all occupations. As with most other educational work, having an advanced degree (Master’s or higher) typically translates into better employment opportunities.

What Is Instructional or Educational Technology

Generally speaking, instructional and educational technology involves designing and creating processes to improve the delivery of educational materials to students. The use of technology also is aimed at improving teacher performance. The field continues to evolve as advances in technology offer more opportunities to change curriculum and teaching methods.