Instruction Psychology and Technology Program Overview
Instructional Psychology and Technology deals with identifying and implementing improvements in instruction and understanding the principles that influence these improvements. IP&T applies these principles to solve instructional problems, which occur in educational settings, including public schools and universities, government, church, military, business, and industry.The program requires students to attain skills in the following areas:
- Instructional Design and Development
- Evaluation and Measurement
Students participate in department seminars, interact with other students in group projects and informal study, collaborate with faculty, and participate in a wide variety of internship experiences. All majors are accepted.
How to Apply
Submit Program Application
- Priority Deadline: January 15
- Final Deadline: May 15
Submit program application through Graduate Studies
Submit Proper Documents
- Grade transcripts
- 3 letters of recommendation
- Letter of intent
Graduation Requirements36-39 credits
- 18 credits of core courses
- 8 credits of specialized courses
- 3 credits of internship
- 1 credit of seminar
Internship: Register for 1-3 credit hours of IP&T 599R during any semester or term.
Thesis/Project Work: Complete a total of 6 hours of Master’s project or thesis credit in order to graduate. These credits may be taken over a period of one or two semesters, as the student prepares the prospectus, conducts the project, and writes the report.
Oral exam: The Final Oral Examination should be scheduled with the Department Secretary. An oral exam may take from 1-4 hours, but typically lasts about 2 hours.