Instructional Psychology & Technology M.Ed
The M. Ed. degree in Instructional Psychology and Technology represents a blend of research, theory and practice which provides a focus for examining problems of instruction and learning in a variety of educational and business settings. Within the M. Ed. in Instructional Psychology and Technology the following specializations are available to students:
Instructional Design and Technology
The specializations share a common knowledge base but differ in specific objectives and curriculum content. All students graduating from the M. Ed. in Instructional Psychology and Technology (IPT) will demonstrate competence to:
- Identify and apply empirically derived principles which facilitate human learning.
- Apply established principles and systematic procedures in the design, development, production, implementation, and management of instructional programs.
- Identify and apply knowledge about learner characteristics which facilitate human learning.
- Apply knowledge and skills in the assessment of human learning, which involves both criterion and norm referenced testing.
- Read and interpret educational research and evaluation studies as intelligent consumers.