Educational Media (MA) - New Media & Global Education
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Web-based learning environments in business, corporate training, and related fields, also doctoral studies, distance education director, faculty development in online teaching, instructional designer, personnel training and (other) positions.
Information unique to Distance Education Program Admission and Enrollment:
The distance education MA in Educational Media with a Concentration in Instructional Technology Specialist / New Media & Global Education (434 H) program is completely online. If there is sufficient interest, this program will accept applicants in Spring and Fall semesters; when the cohort begins, admitted students will work together at the same pace (one to two classes per term), until graduation.
Applicants to the Educational Media with a Concentration in Instructional Technology Specialist / New Media & Global Education (434 H) program should be advised that this master's program does not provide teacher licensure credentials, advancement, or additional licensure.
Program Delivery Information:
This distance education program is delivered completely online. A high-speed/broadband access (cable or DSL) and headset-microphone are strongly recommended (in order to access Skype and other interactive media applications). This web-based program admits students in fall and spring semesters. Locations, start dates and application deadlines are provided in the Proposed Cohorts table below.
|Location||Semester Start||Application Deadline||Information Session - Webinar|
|Online||Fall||July 1||Check back soon for next session|
|Online||Spring||November 1||Check back soon for next session|
*You may also express interest in having the program delivered at other locations by completing this electronic form (opens in a new window). Please be aware that expressions of interest are relayed to the academic departments where decisions are made about where programs will be offered.
Applicants must have a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university
- Completed online application to graduate school
- Application Fee
- Official (sealed) transcript from each college or university attended
- Resume (uploaded as part of the online application)
- Three references (submitted as part of the online application
- Test score is required for this graduate program (see information below)
Test Score Information:
A test score (no older than 5 years) is required from the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) or Miller Analogy Test (MAT). They are equally accepted. Minimum requirements are listed at the Graduate Bulletin/catalog.
Click here to access Graduate School application information, requirements, and the online application for admission.
Applications must be complete (online application submitted, the fee paid, and all required supporting documents received by the Graduate School) and ready for review by the applicable deadline. If it appears to be too late to apply, please contact the program manager to discuss options.
For information or questions related to the application process, please contact:
Ms. Claudia Ward-Eller
Toll Free: 800-355-4084
Direct Phone: 828-324-6966
Dr. Herb Brown
Toll-free: 800-355-4084 x 3132
Direct Phone: 828-262-3132
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