The master’s specialization serves educators in K-12 schools, technical and community colleges, and those in industry and government who wish to pursue advanced preparation in computer education and technology.
The program prepares classroom teachers to use technology effectively in their teaching and to become technology leaders in their schools or districts.
Graduates of the program who hold an Ohio teaching license will be qualified for the multi-age endorsement in Computer Education and Technology.
The doctoral specialization in Instructional Technology is designed for individuals whose major professional interest is in instructional and informational technologies in all sectors of the economy.
The program prepares graduates for positions as technology leaders in school districts, state technology consortia, professional development centers, educational technology centers, or distance learning projects; as instructional designers for educational enterprises; and for faculty positions in higher education.
It may also prepare individuals for technology leadership positions in ministries of education and higher education administration.