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Last Updated: May 6, 2020, 11:00 am

Instructional Technology

Master the technologies that are reshaping education in the 21st century. 

Our Master's program in Instructional Technology equips educators with intensive training in the latest educational technologies. Administered through Touro’s Graduate School of Technology, the 33-credit program includes 120 hours of fieldwork and results in a degree from the Graduate School of Education.

What You’ll Learn

Courses focus on diverse aspects of teaching and instructional technology. You’ll study the policies that have shaped the American public school system and explore the finer points of planning a comprehensive and culturally-responsive curriculum for general and special education students. You’ll sharpen your expertise in widely used programs and applications, and learn how to teach children to use Web and software technologies in creative and research projects.

The program culminates in a capstone that asks you to design and execute an innovative classroom technology project in real time. Our goal is to train educators in the technical and ideological power of technology to enrich student education and enact positive change.

Upon successful completion of the program, you’ll be eligible to apply for NYS teacher certification in Instructional Technology. Review our Courses and admissions requirements before applying, and certification guidelines with any questions. 

Online Option

Students can take the program either on campus (West 31st Street location) or 100 percent online through live video conferencing. The live video courses offer the convenience of online, but are live classes and adhere to the class schedule. Online students fully interact with the professor and the other in-person and online students as if they were in the classroom.