MAIT - Masters of Art in Instructional Technology M.Ed

The Master of Arts in Instructional Technology offered by Stockton University is designed to bring the best instructional technologies into both public and corporate curricula. With a strong theoretical foundation, the degree enables graduates to use technology as a tool to enhance learning and training. Course delivery takes place in face-to-face, hybrid, and total online modes.

Instructional technology deals with the improvement of human learning and performance with the aid of technologies. The theoretical foundations of learning, instructional design, and ethical practice support the development and educational use of software applications, multimedia, and web-based technologies. Graduates of the MAIT program can become leaders in the fields of education and training and may qualify for positions in the areas of curriculum design and development, technology coordination, distance education planning, integration of technology in teaching, human performance support, instructional design and training development, and project management.
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Training and Development Certificate of Graduate Study

Stockton's Training and Development Certificate prepares professionals to enhance their skills and knowledge and to develop effective in-house training and other programs to increase workplace performance. This one-year, accelerated program provides a foundation for the necessary skills for transferring learning to practical, on-the-job application; for developing and evaluating authentic learning experiences aligned with enterprise business objectives; and for engaging participants during learning experiences.

The Training and Development Certificate provides a great way to gain specialized knowledge that will set you apart from the competition. Earning an undergraduate or graduate certificate from Stockton can enhance your existing bachelor's or master's degree and improve your marketability for current and future employers in this fluctuating job market.

This program is offered in an unique and convenient format in which the student chooses the course delivery method. If you want to attend face-to-face, online, or utilize a blended approach, the choice is yours. Opportunities for face-to-face and online collaboration are integrated through each class. The student can choose their class format on a weekly basis or at the start of each term. This flexibility allows the student to obtain the necessary learning opportunities at his or her own pace.
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Ph.D in Organizational Leadership

Fall 2016 Acceptence

In brief summary, the Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Organizational Leadership program is based upon current research in leadership development but designed to be relevant, practical, flexible, and process-driven. Leadership development is viewed as an integrated and sustained process, not as an event, or series of disconnected events. The leadership concepts and understandings embedded in the program are designed to be rigorous and relevant and will be connected to and applied within the leader’s work environment.

The Ed.D. in Organizational Leadership is a 54-credit program, beyond the Master’s degree. The program is divided into two phases: Phase I encompasses an interdisciplinary core of eight courses (24 credits). Completion of the interdisciplinary core in Phase I is required for entrance into Phase II. Phase II is the research (four courses, or 12 credits) and dissertation-in-practice (18 credits) component of the program. The courses included in both phases of the Ed.D. program will be offered in one of two delivery formats: face-to-face or hybrid (defined as a combination of face-to-face meetings and online experiences). Courses for Phase I and Phase II are included in Appendix A.