M.S. in Curriculum Development & Instructional Technology
The master’s degree program in Curriculum Development and Instructional Technology (CDIT) provides you with opportunities to explore the intersection of curriculum and instructional design in cutting- edge, technology-infused 21st century teaching and learning environments.
Attend Online or On Campus
The CDIT program is designed as a flexible, 30-credit curriculum that can be completed online or on campus – whatever best fits your individual schedule and needs.
The program is well-suited for a variety of education-related career goals:
- Teacher Certification
CDIT can be accepted as a “related field” in support of an application for professional certification
- Other Professionals
CDIT provides specialized training for curriculum development, instructional design, or instructional technology, in K-12, higher education, business, or training settings.
Find out what requirements are necessary to complete the CDIT track.
Online Education Certificate
If you have a special interest in online education, there is an option to complete a 15-credit program leading to a Certificate in Online Learning and Teaching (COLT).
The COLT program is designed specifically to prepare online educators for all facets of web-based practice-from program design and development, to implementation and assessment.
Credits accrued through COLT are directly applicable to the master’s degree in CDIT, so you can complete both the certificate and master’s degree programs with no interruptions. See additional information about the Certficate in Online Learning and Teaching (COLT).
Begin your journey to an advanced degree through the CDIT and COLT programs, and open the door to endless career possibilities!