The Ph.D. major in Instructional Technology provides specialization for individuals in the following areas: Instructional Design, Alternative Instructional Delivery Systems, Library Media Technology, Research, Management, and Consulting. The program is designed for highly competent individuals who are working in the instructional technology field in a wide variety of educational, training, and development areas such as those found in schools, higher education, business, industry, and government agencies.
The applicant must aspire to or currently hold a position related to the application of instructional technology in an education or training environment. In addition, the applicant must possess basic computing technology skills. Apply Now.
Required Program Materials
GRE 50% ile (Verb & Quan)
goals, resume, & writing sample
GRE scores may not be more than five years old at the time of application.
For more information, contact
Stephen W. Harmon, Ph.D.
Learning Technologies, MSIT Dept
Georgia State University
P.O. Box 3978
Atlanta, GA 30302-3978
Telephone: (404) 413-8060
Fax: (404) 413-8063