David Popp, Ph. D.
314D Keller Building
Phone: (814) 865-0472
Fax: (814) 865-0128
This 15-credit certificate program prepares educators and instructional design professionals who want to advance their skills in the design, development, and implementation of technology-based learning experiences. The 6-credit core prepares professionals in the use of instructional design principles to select and use appropriate educational technologies to meet learning goals. The remaining 9 credits of study can be used to develop integration skills with additional technologies or to acquire skills that prepare candidates to address issues that are encountered by technology integration leaders.
An applicant must hold either (1) a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited U.S. institution or (2) a tertiary (post secondary) degree that is deemed comparable to a four-year bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited U.S. institution. This degree must be from an officially recognized degree-granting institution in the country in which it operates.
Core Courses (required courses for all candidates, 6 credits)
EDTEC 440: Educational Technology Integration (3 credits)
INSYS 415: Systematic Instructional Development (3 credits).
Candidates must complete three additional courses from the following list. (9 credits)
EDTEC 448: Using the Internet in the Classroom (3 credits).
EDTEC 449: Using Video in the Classroom (3 credits).
EDTEC 461: Designing Computer Networks for Education (3 credits).
EDTEC 462: Coordinating Technology Use in Education (3 credits).
Effective Semester: Spring Semester 2012
Expiration Semester: Fall Semester 2016
Last Revised by the Department: Spring Semester 2012
Blue Sheet Item #: 40-07-074
Review Date: 06/12/2012