|Domestic Students:||GPA: 3.0||GRE: no requirement||
Jan. 15 & Sept. 15
TOEFL: 550 min written or 80 min online, OR
IELTS : 6.5 min overall score
|GRE: no requirement||
Jan. 15 & Sept. 15
Interested in our program? Review our Masters Student Handbook for details.
The next Master's Capstone event is scheduled for Friday, April 14, 2017.
The degree program in instructional technology gives students the foundations to design, develop, implement, and evaluate instructional resources and systems in professional learning environments. Students examine the history of technology-based training, instructional design, and distance education to understand current trends and procedures in the field. They then apply this knowledge through the design and development of novel training solutions targeted to diverse professional settings (e.g., K-12 education, corporate and government centers, design and development labs, higher education).
Through these experiences, students learn how to identify gaps in desired and current practice, design training solutions to eliminate or reduce those gaps, develop tools and methods to implement solutions, and evaluate and revise methods for continued success. Emphasis is placed on instructional systems that use both face-to-face and distance delivery methods.
International Students: Welcome and thank you for your interest in our program! Either a TOEFL score or an IELTS score is acceptable. We require a minimum score of 80 for the online TOEFL exam, with minimum scores of 20 in each subset, and the score must be at least two years current. For the IELTS exam, we require a minimum overall score of 6.5, with minimum scores of 6 in each subset, and the score must be at least two years current.
The master's degree program is 36 credit hours. Students can expect to have a quality online program characterized by small faculty-to-student ratios, program faculty teaching most classes, flexible advising sessions offered at a distance, and a focus on community. Students can take all of their coursework online.
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There are two application deadlines for this program: January 15 for fall admission, and September 15 for spring admission.
Step 1: Apply to UW and Professional Studies through the online applicant portal
Step 2: Submit official copies of transcripts to UW Admissions
Following the review of your application, faculty members vote to recommend admission or denial. You will receive a letter indicating acceptance or denial from the Department. If accepted, a faculty advisor will be assigned to you. You may decide whether to accept our offer of admission and notify us of your decision.