Master of Science in Educational Media and Technology Program

Saint Vincent College
Latrobe, Pennsylvania, United States
Qualification
Master's Degree
Study mode
Part-time
Duration
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Intakes
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Tuition fee (local)
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Tuition fee (foreign)
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Entry Requirements

To be updated.

Curriculum

Master of Science Degree Education Media and Technology: Library Science K-12 Certification (36 credits):

  • GCEM 603 Introduction to Multimodal Research and Information Literacy - 3 credits
  • GCEM 613 Electronic Library Automation and Cataloging - 3 credits
  • GCEM 623 Creative Programs for Children and Young Adults - 3 credits
  • GCEM 633 Advanced Studies in Children's Literature - 3 credits
  • GCEM 643 School Library Administration and Management - 3 credits
  • GCEM 653 Internship in the School Library - 3 credits
  • GCEM 663 Literature and Reading for Young Adults - 3 credits
  • GCEM 673 Management of Information Systems - 3 credits
  • GCED 605 Statistics and Research Design - 3 credits
  • GCED 625 Instructional Technology - 3 credits
  • GCED 635 Instructional Methodology - 3 credits
  • One elective - 3 credits


Master of Science in Educational Media and Technology: Instructional Technology Specialist K-12 (36 credits):

  • GCEM 603 Introduction to Multimodal Research and Information Literacy - 3 credits
  • GCEM 623 Creative Programs for Children and Young Adults - 3 credits
  • GCEM 673 Management of Information Systems - 3 credits
  • GCEM 683 Advanced Instructional Design for Online Education - 3 credits
  • GCEM 693 Practicum in Instructional Technology - 3 credits
  • GCSE 657 Technological Applications for Differentiated Instruction - 3 credits
  • GCED 605 Statistics and Research Design - 3 credits
  • GCED 625 Instructional Technology - 3 credits
  • GCED 635 Instructional Methodology - 3 credits
  • GCED 615 Curriculum and Systems Design - 3 credits
  • GCED 665/670 Creative Message Design and Motivation or Visual Thinking and Learning - 3 credits
  • One elective - 3 credits

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