The MSIT Corporate Concentration is for those who wish to enter a career in the training and development sector of business, industry, non-profit institutions, or government. The curriculum concentrates on the design and development of interactive multimedia training. Courses are available both on-campus and on-line.
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The MSIT Corporate Concentration requires a total of 33 credit hours of coursework.
Required Courses (27 credit hours):
INSTTECH550 Instructional Design
INSTTECH551 Advanced Instructional Design
INSTTECH560 Multimedia Productions
INSTTECH570 Introduction to Website Development
INSTTECH572 Introduction to Authoring
INSTTECH575 Managing Multimedia Projects
INSTTECH577 Advanced Authoring or INSTTECH574 Adv. Authoring for Networks or INSTTECH576 Adv. Authoring for Mobile Devices
INSTTECH584 Online Course Design or INSTTECH585 eLearning Concepts and Techniques or INSTTECH586 Blended eLearning
INSTTECH590 Graduate Internship (3 credits) orINSTTECH599 Master’s Thesis (3 – 6 credits)
Elective Courses (6 credit hours)
INSTTECH540 Technology Planning Across the Curriculum
INSTTECH542 Technology Applications for the Classroom
INSTTECH546 Research in Instructional Technology
INSTTECH588 Learning Management Systems
INSTTECH581 Special Topics: Interactive Simulation Design
INSTTECH581 Special Topics: Virtual Learning Environments
INSTTECH587 Evaluating Blended and eLearning Initiatives
INSTTECH579 Instructional Game Development
Approved course from another department
Who can apply?
An individual with a bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college, who earned an undergraduate grade point average of at least 2.8 on a 4.0 scale. No more than 12 semester hours earned as a non-degree student may be applied towards a Master’s degree except by special permission.
For additional information contact Dr. Helmut Doll (firstname.lastname@example.org or 570.389.4848)