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Education, Curriculum and Instruction with focus on Instructional Technology

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The Master of Arts degree program in Education, Curriculum and Instruction, with a focus on Instructional Technology (ITMA) offered through the Department of Learning Sciences and Technologies at Virginia Tech is designed to meet the needs of professional educators in K-12 schools, community colleges, and higher education, as well as corporate trainers and other instructional development professionals outside of the academic realm. The focus of the program is on the creation of effective solutions to support learning and improved performance. Individual professional experiences are highly valued and will form the basis for most of the projects developed throughout the program. Because this is a distance program, all courses are offered electronically via the World Wide Web. Depending on the nature of the course, supporting instructional content may consist of Web-based tutorials, textbooks, CDs, or other appropriate materials.

The Master of Arts degree program in Education, Curriculum and Instruction, with a focus on Instructional Technology (ITMA) is a rigorous graduate program designed to prepare you to be a professional instructional technologist. As a graduate of the program, you will enjoy the respect and opportunities afforded by completing one of the finest degree programs with a focus on Instructional Technology in the country.

The plan of study for this program can be found here

Note: You will need to take the classes in the order of the plan of study.

(CIP 13.0301)


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