Offered through a Partnership Between
Northwest Missouri State University
Missouri Southern State University
Offered in cooperation with Northwest Missouri State University, this degree is designed for teachers and organizational trainers who are interested in using technology to educate or train others.
The graduate of this program should:
Program Admission Requirements
Steps for Admission
Application for Admission
An applicant for admission to graduate study must hold a baccalaureate degree from an institution of higher learning accredited by the appropriate regional or national accrediting agency. The applicant must complete the Application for Admission to Graduate School. (Select Apply for Admissions. Then click First time user account creation. Create a login and pin in Admissions Login - New User and Login.) All undergraduate work toward the baccalaureate degree and any previous graduate work must be verified by official transcripts showing both the credit and grade earned. Admission to graduate study is not the same as admission to candidacy for a master’s degree. Each graduate program has specific admission policies in addition to the policies for admission to graduate study.
Program Course Entry Requirement
The student entering the M.S.Ed., Teaching: Instructional Technology must exhibit proficiency in word processing, spreadsheets, database and presentation software and proficiently use a browser for the world wide web. Proficiency will be proven by completed coursework or submitted work.
Students who wish to apply for financial aid for graduate programs should complete the free application for federal student aid (FAFSA) and list the Missouri Southern University school code (002488). Students may access the FAFSA at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/. Following is the rate at which financial aid will be distributed:
5 to 8 hours part-time aid
9 or more hours full-time aid
Master of Science in Education
Computer Science Core Courses - 14 Credit Hours
|CSIS 44-582 Instructional Technology Methods||3|
|CSIS 44-614 Advanced Applications in Computer Education||3|
|CSIS 44-626 Multimedia Systems||3|
|CSIS 44-645 Computers and Networks||3|
|CSIS 44-694 Seminar: Computers, Society, and Social Values||2|
|Education Core Courses - 12 Credit Hours|
Ed 61-649 Issues in Education
|Ed 61-695 Philosophy of Education||3|
|Ed 61-650 Improvements of Teaching||3|
|Ed 61-682 Methods of Educational Research||2|
|Ed 61-683 Research Paper||1|
The comprehensive examination will be scheduled and administered by faculty members in the Department of Computer Science/Information Systems and the College of Education and Human Services. Each college will be responsible for the construction and evaluation of its portion of the examination. The degree candidate must pass both portions of the examination.
Dr. Susan Craig, Ed.D., LPC