Instructional Technology Certification (Non-degree) (Online)
Requirements: 24 Credit Hours
The courses in this program are offered 100% online.
- Complete requirements for a Master’s degree in education from a regionally accredited institution.
- Possess a valid, level four or higher Induction, Professional, Advanced Professional, or Lead Professional teaching certificate, leadership certificate, service field certificate, or Life certificate.
- Present a cumulative 2.50 (4.0 scale) grade point average or higher on all undergraduate and graduate work combined.
- Submit a completed "Disclosure and Affirmation Form" that addresses misconduct disclosure, criminal background check, the Code of Ethics for Educators, and tort liability insurance.
|FRIT 7231||Instructional Design||3|
|FRIT 7232||Visionary Leadership in Instructional Technology||3|
|FRIT 7233||Selection and Development of Digital Tools and Resources||3|
|FRIT 7234||Information Fluency and Inquiry Learning||3|
|FRIT 7235||Digital Learning Environments 1||3|
|FRIT 7236||Technology-Based Assessment and Data Analysis 1||3|
|FRIT 7237||Evaluation of Educational Needs and Programs 1||3|
|FRIT 7739||Practicum in Instructional Technology 2||3|
|Total Credit Hours||24|
Requires Instructional Design (FRIT 7231) as a prerequisite
Admission into Practicum in Instructional Technology (FRIT 7739) requires completion of all program specific required courses and acceptable level performance on all program key assessments
Other Program Requirements
- Must maintain an account on the College’s electronic data-management system.
- Must successfully complete assessments identified at each program transition point.
- Instructional Technology Foundations (ITEC 7530) (or equivalent course) may not be used as credit toward Instructional Technology certification.
- Claim Georgia Southern University as your program provider in your MyPSC Account during your first term of enrollment (see information under MyPSC Account in Graduate Catalog, College of Education).
This program is approved by the Georgia Professional Standards Commission as a program leading to certification in Instructional Technology. Completing the program will prepare candidates for certification, but candidates should consult with program faculty, the College of Education Graduate Academic Services Center, or the Georgia Professional Standards commission regarding current certification rates upon entering the program.