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Purpose of the Programs
The planned curriculum develops graduates who serve as leaders and flexible, responsible decision makers in a variety of roles such as information specialists, instructional consultants, and teachers. The programs reflect the latest research in the field, effective practices in the profession, and successful leadership models. The programs lead to Georgia Department of Education certification at the S-5 and S-6 levels.
Program Delivery Format
The department offers classes through a variety of distance technologies. The "Course Offerings" site lists the classes and the format in which they are delivered. This list is updated as changes take place so that students can carefully plan their programs.
- The Add-On program in Media has 100% of classes delivered online with only 1 to 3 face-to-face meetings per class.
- The Master's in Media program for School Library Media Specialists has 100% of classes delivered online with only 1 to 3 face-to-face meetings per class.
- The Master's in Media for Instructional Technologists has 100% of classes delivered online with 0 to 2 face-to-face meetings per class.
- The Ed.S. programs in Media for both School Library Media Specialists and Instructional Technologists is 100% online with 0 to 2 face-to-face meetings per class.
Training opportunities at the master's and specialist's levels are available:
Two (2) M.Ed. programs:
- Non-Degree Media certification
- M.Ed in Media with Media Specialist certification
- M.Ed in Media with an Instructional Technology emphasis
Two(2) Ed.S. programs:
- Ed.S. in Media with a School Media emphasis
- Ed.S. in Media with an Instructional Technology emphasis
Admission to the Program:
Approved Certification and Endorsement Programs
Applicants for the approved certification programs must meet the same admission requirements as persons seeking the M.Ed. degree.