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Graduate Instructional Technology Programs
Teaching Through Technology
To benefit teachers, staff, and administrators who want to increase their understanding of the growing role of technology in enhancing student learning, the AUM College of Education offers four distinct graduate programs in Instructional Technology. A growing number of private-enterprise entities also need experts to train and equip personnel in the appropriate integration of technology in instruction.
All programs are fully online. Choose between these options:
Auburn University at Montgomery has been recognized as one of the best schools for online learning at the master’s level by OnlineMastersDegrees.org (OMD). AUM’s education programs earned top honors for overall quality, affordability and commitment to student success.
Since the vast array of computer-based technologies has fundamentally enhanced the ability of companies and schools to connect with students, employees, and customers, eLearning options make the design of web-based instruction increasingly important. In Alabama, for instance, secondary students are required to have experience with online course components before graduation. Also, distance learning options are steadily increasing through Alabama ACCESS for distance learning and because of legislation that requires each school system to have a virtual academy.
College of Education
At the AUM College of Education, you will have powerful learning experiences, working side by side with professors who have real-world experience.
To help you pay for college, you might qualify for one of our scholarships.
Official Degree Name
Master’s and Educational Specialist (EdS) in Instructional Technology