Master of Science in Instructional Technology

Overview

M.S. in Instructional Technology

The Master of Science in Instructional Technology (MSIT) degree is designed for educators or industry professionals who have interest in the effective use of instructional technology in educational and corporate settings. Students develop instructional materials and acquire knowledge of the strengths and weaknesses, technology costs, and development time required by various instructional technologies. Upon completion of the degree, students will be prepared to pursue a Ph.D. degree in any related field.

Coordinator: Dr. Chien Yu | 662.325.7260 | CYu@colled.msstate.edu

MSIT Curriculum

Course Schedule and Sequence: SP 17 - FA 18

MSIT Portfolio

Admission Requirements and Deadlines

MSIT Student Navigation Guide

For the Master of Science in Instructional Technology (MSIT) Students Only:
A portfolio documents your mastery of key skills from your courses. Since you will be compiling a portfolio as a part of the TKT 8793: Directed Project and Portfolio Development course at the end of your program of study, we strongly recommend that you save all the projects and assignments from your TKT courses.


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Disclaimer
The many academic programs described on this site operate under the policies and procedures specified by Mississippi State University; the College of Education; the Department of Instructional Systems and Workforce Development; the Office of Graduate Studies; and appropriate accrediting agencies. These policies and procedures are subject to change without notice. The descriptions of department programs on this site are meant to provide only an information capstone of each program. Interested individuals should contact the department for additional information. A letter that is sent directly to students informs them of their acceptance into the program in the Department of Instructional Systems and Workforce Development and indicates the faculty advisor they have been assigned. All students are assigned a faculty advisor at the time of acceptance into the program.