symbol of a computer mouse Online M.S. Instructional Technology

The M.S. major in Instructional Design and Technology is offered online and provides students with the basic knowledge, skills, and attitudes required to perform as instructional technologists. An instructional technologist is a professional educator who can combine knowledge of the learning process, knowledge of instructional systems theory, and knowledge of various forms of media and learning environments to create the most effective and efficient learning experiences.

The program is designed for individuals interested in working in the field of instructional technology in a wide variety of education, training, and development areas such as those found in P-12 schools, business, and industry. To meet the individual needs and interests of the instructional technology students, the program provides a maximum amount of flexibility in course selection. In addition, ample opportunities are provided for applying the competencies learned in the classroom to job-related situations.

Learn more about the Learning Technologies Division at the College of Education & Human Development 

Course description and classes

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Program Contact

Mike Law, Ph.D.
mlaw@gsu.edu
404-413-8426

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