Graduate Programs

The Department of Educational Technology and Literacy provides a range of graduate level programs to meet students’ interests.

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Instructional Technology (Ed.D.)

The Instructional Technology (Ed.D.) program focuses on the development of pedagogical expertise and the integration digital learning tools to meet the present and future needs of instruction across the educational spectrum.

Instructional Technology (M.S.)

The Master of Science degree in Instructional Technology is an applied professional program with concentrations in:

  • Instructional Design and Development
  • School Library Media
  • Educational Technology

Instructional Design and Development Post-Baccalaureate Certificate

The Instructional Design and Development PBC develops instructional design and media-related competencies for those who wish to work in training or instructional settings in business, industry, government, and the military or medical education.

Educational Technology Post-Baccalaureate Certificate

The Educational Technology PBC is designed for K-12 educators to learn and lead technology integration practices in schools.

Graduate Program Format

TYPE DESCRIPTION FORMAT
Doctoral Program Instructional Technology Ed.D.
  • On campus
  • Hybrid
  • Online courses
Master of Science

Instructional Technology M.S. with concentrations in:

  • Instructional Design and Development
  • School Library Media
  • Educational Technology 
  • Offered 100% online
  • 7-week courses
  • Flexible enrollment
  • Full time (24 months) or part time
  • Towson Learning Network cohorts available
PBC

Post Baccalaureate Certificates available in:

  • Instructional Design and Development
  • Educational Technology
  • Offered 100% online