All applicants to the New Media Technologies Certificate program should have previously earned a bachelor’s degree. Applicants wishing to pursue a Master’s degree in Educational Foundations emphasizing Instruction Technology must apply to the Graduate School for admission into the program.
Applicants wishing to pursue only the certificate program must apply to the Graduate School for admission as a Special Non-Degree student.
This certificate program in New Media Technologies requires a minimum of 18 credit hours. The certificate has been designed to assist students in becoming competent, employable professionals, capable of making a significant contribution in the fields of education and training. The graduate curriculum provides its students with exposure to a wide range of distance learning technologies, while still ensuring the basic competencies required of all practitioners. In this way, the program directly addresses the rapidly accelerating changes in distance learning technologies. Courses are delivered in online, face-to-face, and blended formats that model e-Learning delivery modes.
Choose 18 hours from the following:
|5150:632||Web-based Learning Systems||3|
|5500:575||Instructional Technology Applications||3|
|7100:590||Workshops in Art*||3|
|7500:590||Workshops in Music Technology*||3|
|7500:553||Music Software Survey and Use||3|
|7600:516||New Media Writing||3|
|7600:517||New Media Production||3|
|7600:568||Advanced Audio and Video Editing||3|
|7600:590||Workshops in Communication*||3|
Total hours required: 18
*Note: Workshops may be repeated for a total of 6 credit hours
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Dr. Cheryl Ward
|Dr. I-Chun Tsai
|Ms. Kelly Chaff
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