Towson University’s Doctorate of Education (Ed.D.) in Instructional Technology provides you with the skills you need to bring innovative technologies into the curriculum and workplace. You’ll learn dynamic ways to increase learning and productivity.
The Instructional Technology Doctoral Program is offered in face-to-face, online, and hybrid formats. The program is housed within the National (NCATE) and State (MSDE) accredited College of Education in the Department of Educational Technology and Literacy (EDTL) at Towson University. Our program is intended for students who seek advanced degrees in order to strengthen their skills and knowledge base in technology and digital learning. Graduates serve as leaders in higher education, business and PreK-12 public schools, as well as in remote learning and professional development. The program focuses on the development of pedagogical expertise and understanding about how to integrate digital learning tools to meet the present and future needs of instruction across the educational spectrum.
In the 2016 Educational Technology Plan, the United States Department of Education reiterated the most important aspects of the field of educational technology — students, learning, leadership and assessment. These remain as the basis of the design, organization and core curriculum guiding our program.
Why should you consider an Ed.D in Instructional Technology at Towson?
You can view degree requirements in the Graduate Catalog.
Application deadline for fall enrollment is July 15th.
Application deadline for spring enrollment is November 1st.