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18079 Endorsement Options

Appalachian State / East Carolina / NC A&T / NC Central NC State University / UNC Greensboro UNC Wilmington / UNC Charlotte

Sample Curriculum (Subject to Change)

East Carolina University

  • EDTC 6010 Introduction to Instructional Technology
  • EDTC 6020 Principles of Instructional Design
  • EDTC 6035 or 6037 Integration of Computers into [content areas]
  • EDTC 6139 Selection and Evaluation of Multimedia for PreK12 Schools
  • EDTC 6070 Digital Literacy for K12 Classrooms
  • EDTC 6149 Administration of School Technology Programs

North Carolina A&T State University

  • CUIN 728: Integrating Technology into the K-12 Curriculum
  • CUIN 729: Diversity Issues in K-12 Schools
  • INST 721: Multimedia Development and Evaluation
  • INST 700: Instructional Design
  • INST 725: Technology Facilitation in the Schools
  • CUIN 721: Advanced Methods and Internship

North Carolina State University

Six courses (18 hours) to be selected from the following:

  • ECI 502 Continuous Improvement of School Technology Initiatives
  • ECI 511 Technology Integration Theory and Practice
  • ECI 512 Emerging Technologies for Teaching and Learning
  • ECI 513 Teaching and Learning with Digital Video
  • ECI 514 Multimedia Design and Applications in Instruction
  • ECI 515 Online Collaborations in Education
  • ECI 517 Theoretical Foundations of Advanced Learning Environments
  • ECI 519 Special Problems in Instructional Technology
  • ECI 652 Internship/Field Applications in Instructional Technology
  • ECI 716 Design and Evaluation of Instructional Materials

University of North Carolina at Greensboro

  • *CUI 610 - Integrating Technology into Subject Matter Instruction
  • *LIS 616 - Media Production
  • *LIS 647 - Emerging Technological Trends in Information Access
  • *LIS 648 - Managing School/Library Computer Laboratories or LIS 645 - Computer-Related Technologies for Information Management
  • *CUI/LIS 672 - Instructional Design
  • *SES 662 - Assistive Technology for Inclusive Education

University of North Carolina at Wilmington

  • MIT 500: Instructional Systems Design: Theory and Research
  • MIT 511: Multimedia Design and Production
  • MIT 512, Computer Applications in Education
  • MIT 522: Organization & Management of Instructional Technology Programs

Select one course from the following courses:

  • MIT 513: Computer-based Instruction (3 credit-hours)
  • MIT 514: Distance Education (3 credit-hours)
  • MIT 515: Web Teaching: Design and Development (3 credit-hours)
  • MIT 540: Colloquium I 1 credit-hour
  • MIT 541: Colloquium II 1 credit-hour
  • MIT 542: Internship (no class time. Field-based experience) 1 credit-hour

Appalachian State University

The Instructional Technology graduate committee will determine, with each individual student, the specific program of study based upon previous education and experience. The following guidelines will apply in most cases.

The following courses are required:

  • FDN 5220 Computers in Educational Settings
  • FDN 5620 Integrating Computer Technology into Instruction

Two of the following (in consultation with advisor):

  • FDN 5320 Telecommunications Technologies in Education
  • FDN 5420 Hypermedia in Instruction
  • CI 5642 Introduction to Web Page Design & Production
  • FDN 5630 Advanced Web Design for Education

One of the following (in consultation with advisor):

  • CI 5630 Instructional Technology
  • FDN 5439 Issues in Learning with Computers

One of the following (in consultation with advisor):

  • CI 5921 Instructional Design
  • CI/FDN 5585 Teacher Leadership and School Improvement
  • FDN 5720 Planning for Technology in Schools

North Carolina Central University

  • EDEC 5679: Adaptive Technologies for Special Populations
  • EDIT 5822: Program Planning and Staff Development for Instructional Technology
  • EDIT 5826: Web Design for Educators
  • EDIT 5850: Computer Assisted Instruction for Education and Social Studies
  • EDIT 5855: Advanced Technology for Educators
  • EDIT 5990: Multimedia Technologies Production

UNC Charlotte

  • EIST 5100 Computer Applications in Education
  • EIST 6100 Readings in Instructional Systems Technology
  • EIST 6110 Instructional Design
  • EIST 6120 Current Trends in Instructional Systems Technology
  • EIST 6130 Instructional Development Part I
  • EIST 6135 Learning Media, Resources and Technology

Note: A request to substitute courses, for the ones listed on this page, must be approved by the Licensing Department of the NC DPI