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This degree is designed for educators and trainers who will implement technology as they educate and train others in schools or workplace settings.
Graduates of these master's programs should:
Northwest was the first comprehensive Electronic Campus in the United States. Students have access to several microcomputer-based local area networks, Internet, and networked PCs. Courses are delivered via traditional classroom and Instructional Television and Online Courses.
Graduate teaching assistantships are available for students attending during the fall and spring trimesters. Assistantships include a full tuition waiver and provide a competitive stipend.
|Computer Science Core Courses (all online)|
|44-582||Technology Curriculum & Integration||3|
|44-585||Instructional Technology and the Learning Process||3|
|44-614||Advanced Applications in Computer Education||3|
|44-635||Instructional Systems Design||3|
|44-645||Computers and Networks||3|
|Education Core Courses|
|Issues in Education or Philosophy of Education||3|
|Improvement of Teaching||3|
|Seminar and Practicum in Teaching||3|
|Improvement of Instruction through Action Research||2|
|Action Research Paper||1|
|Advisor Approved Elective||3|
|Total Course Hours Required||33|
For further information on this graduate program, contact:Dr. Nancy Zeliff, Advisor