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M.S. in Instructional Technology

Teachers with initial NYS certification can complete our 30 credit MSIT program on their way to earning a NYS Education Specialist Certification. This program engages K-12 teachers in developing strong competencies to successfully enhance their teaching and productivity with educational technologies and skillfully integrate technologies into their student learning. This program also prepares you to identify and fill educational technology professional development needs of your colleagues and prepare programs that support their student’s technological skill needs. The program can be completed, including in-school practicum in one calendar year or over a few years on a part-time basis. See what some of our current students and alumni have to say about the MSIT program

Why the Masters of Science in Instructional Technology (MSIT)?

  • School of Education High Needs Scholarships offers a 33% discount of the cost of tuition for the MSIT program.
  • Our program prepares you to integrate technology into school settings for all learners including students with disabilities.
  • The MSIT degree enables graduates to work in the instructional technology field, as well as to teach.
  • Our program prepares you to work with school and district personnel to support overall technology initiatives.
    • NYS initial certification - Educational Technology Specialist (PreK-12)
    • NYS professional teacher certification in the area of your initial NYS teaching certification

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Program Contact

Lisa Battalino, Office Coordinator
259 Huntington Hall
(315) 443-3703

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