Specialist in Education with a Major in Instructional Technology Media and Design
The purpose of the Ed.S. program in Instructional Technology is to provide superior student-focused education that is personally relevant and intellectually challenging.
Students must have a Master's degree for admittance into the program. A teaching certificate is not required for this degree program. A teaching certificate is required for students seeking a certification upgrade from the Georgia Professional Standards Commission. Students who already hold a Teaching or Service certificate with the Georgia Professional Standards Commission will be eligible for Certification in Instructional Technology.
In addition to completion of program requirements, students seeking Certification with the Georgia Professional Standards Commission must also pass the GACE.
Coursework completion is possible in 18 months. Degrees are conferred in May, August and December.
This degree program has two concentrations:
- Instructional Technology
- School Library Media
Students must hold a master's degree from a regionally accredited institution to be admitted to the program.
For Media Instructional Technology - A teaching certificate is not required for this program, but teacher certification is required for students seeking a certificate upgrade from the Georgia Professional Standards Commission.
GPA of 3.0 on most recent degree.
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges