Design for E-Learning Certificate.
This program is designed for persons interested in increasing their use of information/instructional technologies in classrooms and schools. This program builds on the technology certificate program to provide competencies needed to become a technology coordinator in educational settings. This program is also designed for persons interested in gaining competencies leading to a career in information technologies in various business, government, and industry settings. This program is designed for both full-time and part-time students and can be completed through regular evening instruction. Many of the courses are also available during the summer sessions.
Master of Science in Information Media: Information Technologies, Plan A (Thesis) at 42 credits
Master of Science in Information Media: Information Technologies, Plan B (Starred Paper) at 39 credits
Master of Science in Information Media: Information Technologies, Plan C (Portfolio) at 39 credits
Association for Educational Communications and Technology.
American Association of School Libraries.
International Student Requirements:
In addition to submitting an application, application fee, GRE/GMAT scores, and 3 letters of recommendation, international students must also submit scores from a language admission exam and financial documentation stating that the student can cover the cost of graduate study. Qualifying language admission exams and required scores are as follows:
TOEFL: 213 on the computer exam, 550 on the paper exam or 79 on the iBT with no subscore under 17;
Michigan Placement Test: 80;
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Master's College or University I
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