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MASTER OF EDUCATION IN INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY
Concentration in online teaching
Are you looking to integrate cutting-edge technology into teaching or corporate training? If so, please consider Waynesburg University's Master of Education in Instructional Technology program. As a student in the Instructional Technology program, you will enjoy a variety of hands-on experiences utilizing a wide range of 21st century educational technology resources.
To better serve you, the Graduate Education program operates under a policy of rolling admissions. Students may enroll at any time throughout the year. Students who register for one course per session can complete the program in two calendar years.
In order to be admitted to ALL Graduate Education Programs, the student must have met the following criteria:
Waynesburg University admits students without regard to race, color, sex, disability, religion, national origin, ancestry or ethnicity. It is the policy of Waynesburg University not to discriminate on the basis of sex in its educational programs, admissions policies, activities or employment.
Individuals with a Pennsylvania Level I Instructional Certificate may take up to 24 credits without enrolling in a degree program. These credits will apply toward a Level II Instructional Certificate and will be eligible for Act 48 credit. Individuals who already have their Level II Instructional Certificate may enroll in courses, up to 24 credits, without enrolling in a degree program to fulfill Act 48 requirements for continued certification.
Financial aid information may be obtained from the Financial Aid Office. Student loans are available to students enrolled for a minimum of six semester hours. For the purposes of graduate education programs, a full-time student is considered to be anyone enrolled in a minimum of nine semester hours.
For all graduate education programs a student will need to have access to an Internet connection: high speed access is preferred. Students need basic computer skills including e-mail, word processing, and Internet usage to succeed in these programs.
Except in unusual circumstances, Waynesburg University will accept a maximum of 9 credits in transfer from another accredited institution for the 36 credit programs and 6 credits for the 30 credit programs. Transfer credits will be given only for those courses that were completed with a B- or higher and that are certified as being applicable toward a comparable degree at the regionally accredited institution that offered the courses. The Director of Graduate Programs in Education will evaluate the transfer credits accepted by the University Registrar and determine for which classes these will substitute in the Waynesburg Graduate Education Program.