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Seton Hall University M.A.E. in Instructional Design and Technology
Seton Hall University

M.A.E. in Instructional Design and Technology

South Orange, USA

2 Years

English

Full time

01 May 2024*

01 Jul 2024

USD 1,520 / per credit

On-Campus

* rolling admissions

Introduction

The Master of Arts in Education in Instructional Design and Technology (IDAT) at Seton Hall University prepares professionals with opportunities to enhance their skills and knowledge in the applications of emerging technology for teaching, learning, coaching, and designing. Developed by experienced K-12 and higher education educators and technology professionals, our program goes beyond theory.

Students in our IDAT program will develop skills in collaboration, written and visual communication, technology-enabled media literacy, research, and critical and creative thinking. These skills will empower you to discover new ways to inspire and create engaging learning environments.

The master's degree in Instructional Design and Technology requires the completion of 36 credits. This comprehensive program uniquely combines technology expertise with other educational specialties to bring together the most current digital-age learning curriculum, tools, and strategies.

The M.A.E., IDAT is available with the following concentrations:

  • Instructional Design and Technology
  • School Library Media Specialist Concentration with State Certification
    • For certified teachers
    • For non-certified candidates
    • For professional librarians
  • Supervisor's Certification Concentration with a New Jersey State Certificate
  • Transition Studies Concentration with a Seton Hall Certificate

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