M.Ed. - Instructional Design for Technology

The Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Montana offers an advanced degree in instructional design for technology developed to meet the needs of professional educators who are interested in all aspects of educational technology. This program focuses on technology infusion in curriculum development, assessment, implementation, and evaluation. Courses provide educators with the necessary tools for them to become change agents, able to implement constructive change utilizing technology. The 37 credit master's degree is available all online.

Course Title Credits
C&I 501 Curriculum Design, Implementation, and Evaluation 3
C&I 50x

Foundations: Select one of the following

  • 502: Philosophy of Education
  • 504: History of American Education
  • 506: Comparative Education
  • 508: Sociology of Education
  • 510: Advanced Educational Psychology
C&I 514 Education Across Cultures 3
C&I 515 Computer and Other Technological Applications in Education 3
C&I 518 Inclusion and Collaboration 3
C&I 520 Educational Research 3
C&I 596 Professional Project 1
C&I 570 Instructional Technology Foundations 3
C&I 571 Planning, Preparing, and Assessing Ed. Tech. Media 3
C&I 580 Distance Learning Theory & Implementation 3
C&I 581 Technology Coordinator's Role in K-12 Schools 3
C&I 582 Educational Technology: Trends & Issues 3
C&I 584 Authentic Application in Instructional Design for Tech. 3

Graduate Course Rotation

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Course Descriptions

See Curriculum and Instruction catalog