Instructional Technology and Learning, Graduate Certificate

Program Description

The Graduate Certificate in Instructional Technology and Learning may also be completed as an area of emphasis within the M.A. in Education. The goal of this certificate is to provide hands-on exploration of a variety of technologies for the purpose of enhancing teaching and learning experiences in wide range of settings. Participants include classroom teachers in K-12 and higher education along with professionals interested in training, development, and instructional design. This certificate does not result in initial teacher licensure or added endorsement.

Admission Requirements

Prospective certificate-only students should apply for admission to Marshall University as a Certificate/Professional Development student and select, on the application form, the certificate they wish to pursue. Applicants must have:

  • A baccalaureate degree from an accepted, regionally accredited institution with an undergraduate Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.50 or higher on a 4.0 scale; or
  • A master’s degree from an accepted, regionally accredited institution.

Program Requirements

The certificate requires completion of 18 hours, including a 3-hour final project course. 

Plan of Study

CIEC 534Appli Software Class Curr Area3
CIEC 600Instructional Design & Tech3
CIEC 615Online Course Devel/Delivery3
CIEC 630Authoring Systems & Multimedia3
CIEC 635Using Internet in Classroom3
CIEC 699Final Project in Curr Area3
Total Credit Hours18