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Online Study - M.S. in Instructional Technology

Our online Master of Science in Instructional Technology [MSIT] program brings you convenience and choice — you decide where and how you learn best!

NYIT's 33-credit, fully online Instructional Technology master's degree program was developed for truly innovative educators. For New York state-certified educators, the degree leads to certification as a K-12 Educational Technology Specialist. In addition, for educators initially certified in New York State, this program offers eligibility for professional certification in the initial certification area.

NYIT's School of Education is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) accredited; the Master of Science in Instructional Technology is nationally recognized and registered with the New York State Department of Education as a fully online program.

NYIT's Instructional Technology Program empowers participants to:

  • chart the future and challenge convention
  • reach students in the context of their 21st-century world
  • engage in global connections
  • advocate technology for diverse learners
  • teach with innovative technology
  • engage learners and excite them about learning.

Call the NYIT Office of Admissions at 1.800.345.NYIT for more information and to apply. Registration is open now!

Degree Map

  1. EDIT 603: Foundations I: Philosophy and Learning Theories for Instructional Technology
  2. EDPC 605: Curriculum Design and Development
  3. EDPC 610: Foundations II: Diversity, Learning and Technology
  4. EDLA 615: Language Arts and Technology
  5. EDMA 625: Math, Science and Technology I
  6. EDSC 626: Math, Science and Technology II
  7. EDIT 605: Instructional Applications of Internet
  8. EDIT 610: Multimedia Authoring
  9. EDIT 690: Assessment and Evaluation (Pre-req. 21 credits)
  10. EDIT 695: Field Experience Practicum and Seminar (Pre-req. 27 credits)
  11. Elective EDSS 620 (Social Studies and Technology) or EDIT 663 (Social Media and New Literacies)

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