Master of Education in Instructional Technology
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
The Master’s Degree in Instructional Technology prepares candidates to serve as technology
coaches/facilitators in P-12 schools. Candidates who successfully complete the program
are prepared to effectively utilize technology to support student learning of content;
to teach technology applications, and to provide professional development, mentoring,
and basic technical assistance for other teachers who require support in their efforts
to apply technology to support P-12 student learning.
The Master’s Degree in Instructional Technology prepares and develops teachers to
direct school improvement toward higher levels of student achievement through the
use of technology. It is designed for participants who have a T-4 Teaching Certificate.
This program enables experienced teachers to complete the Master’s program in six
semesters. Candidates will complete 36 hours of specialized course work taught by
full and part-time graduate faculty and experienced technology specialists. The program
will be delivered in cohorts offered in an online format.
- Online Graduate Application - There is a non-refundable $60 application fee.
- Transcripts - Official transcripts from EACH College and/or University you have attended must be sent electronically from the institution
directly to email@example.com or mailed directly from the institution in a sealed envelope to KSU at the address
- Kennesaw State University Office of Graduate Admissions
- 3391 Town Point Drive MD9109
- Kennesaw, Georgia 30144.5591
- Education Requirement - Earned baccalaureate degree in professional education or a related field. The applicant
must exhibit a cumulative undergraduate grade point average of 2.75 or above (4.0
scale). The applicant must submit official transcripts from each college attended.
- Clear Renewable Georgia Teaching Certificate OR Departmentally Approved Equivalent
- All official state-approved teaching certifications are accepted. To print a copy
of your Georgia clear, renewable certificate, you may log onto www.gapsc.com. The School of Instructional Technology & Innovation recognizes and appreciates that
many independent and 21st century learning environments do not require educators to
hold traditional status teaching certification. In such instances, the School will
make a case-by-case determination as to whether the educator's qualifications are
sufficiently equivalent to a traditional teaching certificate and/or whether the educator
has the background necessary to ensure successful completion of the program.
- Professional Resume - Can be uploaded into the online application. A professional resume documenting statement of purpose for wanting the degree, education,
and full-time teacher or leader positions in K-12. Other information such as volunteer
and service accomplishments and record of leadership activities are also welcome.
At least one year of full-time teaching experience is preferred but not required,
as the MEd incorporates coaching educators to integrate technology. Current full-time
employment as a K-12 professional educator or access to a K-12 educational setting
is required to complete field-based assessments and experiences.
- Mentor Form - If seeking GaPSC certification, applicants must obtain and submit a Mentor form indicating
support from a qualified mentor who meets the GaPSC Mentor Requirements. Mentor requirements
can be found on the ITEC Mentor form on the Graduate Admissions website for this program.
You can download the mentor form here.
APPLICATION AND DOCUMENT DEADLINES
This program accepts applications in Fall, Spring and Summer; the deadlines are:
Please submit all application materials to the Office of Graduate Admissions. Their
contact information, including mailing address, can be found here.
PROGRAM CONTACT INFORMATION
Graduate Programs in Education
Program Coordinator – Dr. Julia Fuller – firstname.lastname@example.org
Program Office: 470.578.3262
Program Website: bagwell.kennesaw.edu/departments/itec/programs/med/index.php