Instructional Technology Program
The Instructional Technology (IT) Program
at the University of South Florida offers Master's, Ed.S., and Ph.D. degrees, as well as Graduate Certificates, related to the design and delivery of instruction. In addition, there are several courses that are relevant for non-degree seeking students.
The Florida Virtual School has endorsed two of the Instructional Technology Graduate Certificates, the Florida Digital Virtual Educator and Web Design. Florida Virtual School will give students who have earned these certificates preferential hiring for virtual teaching and instructional designer positions. All students who are enrolled in graduate degree programs at USF may earn Graduate Certificates without additional cost.
Graduates have many career options
in fields related to e-Learning and multimedia instruction in commercial, medical, government, and educational settings. The curriculum includes a wide array of
courses, including instructional design, web programming, web
design, interactive media, distance learning, digital video, animation (Flash), graphics, and educational research.
The USF IT Program works closely with the Florida Center for Instructional Technology (FCIT), a leader in the integration of technology. Students and faculty members work with FCIT to produce world renowned programs such as the Teacher's Guide to the
Holocaust. Many students also participate in scholarly
USF is ranked at the highest level of Carnegie classification for research universities (Very High Research Activity). Located in the beautiful Tampa Bay area, USF serves more than 44,000 students. The Tampa area offers numerous technology-related jobs and ample employment opportunities for graduates.
Fall 2013 Comps for M. Ed
Date: November, 2 (Saturday)
Room: EDU 213, College of Education
Time: 10 AM - 1 PM
Make sure you are registered
for Fall graduation.
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