A career in Instructional Technology can take several professional paths:
School-level or District-level Technology Specialist: Many of the
program graduates with a Master's or Specialist's degree assume leadership roles in
K-12 schools. Positions such as technology specialists and district technology coordinator are also possibilities career paths.
College Faculty: Graduates with a Master's or Specialist's degree in Instructional
Technology are qualified for Community College teaching positions.
Graduates with a Ph.D. in Instructional Technology
can seek careers at the university level. Graduates of the USF IT program are now faculty members
at Georgia State University, California State University, James Madison University, and other
universities throughout the nation.
Instructional Designer: Business, industry, medical, and military
environments offer opportunities for graduates seeking to design and develop
e-learning courseware and multimedia instruction. There are numerous opportunities for graduates in the Tampa Bay area and throughout Florida.
Courseware Development: Courses and skills in working with a variety
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