Masters in Secondary Education Program
The ID&T program at the Darden College of Education provides students with a solid grounding in instructional design, cognitive theory and research to meet these challenges. Our wide variety of course offerings are designed to give the graduate a strong background in both the theory and practice of the field. All students will study the following:
- Instructional Design
- Visual Design & Communication
- Applied Cognition
- Distance Education
- Evaluation & Assessment
- Future Trends in Technology
- Quantitative and Qualitative Research
The ID&T provides the flexibility to pursue individual interests. The rigorous ID&T course of study prepares graduates for a future in instructional technology in a variety of venues.
Note: The M.S.Ed. in the Instructional Design and Technology does not offer licensure in secondary education.
Admission decisions are based on several criteria including GPA (undergraduate and any other graduate work), a and GRE scores (analytical writing, verbal, and quantitative) or MAT scores.
- The minimum acceptable scores vary each year depending on the number of students we can admit to the program. In general, it is expected that students will have a score of 500 on the verbal and quantitative tests and 4.5 on the analytical writing test of the GRE.
To apply for admission, go to the Graduate Admissions Page.