Innovative Learning with Digital Design

Complete Online or Face-to-Face or Both

Mission: Prepare instructional technologists and instructional designers to utilize critical reflection with research in order to design, produce, and implement technological tools to improve learning in a global society.

Nationally Accredited by CAEP through International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)

Using theory, practice, and professional tools, the graduate program prepares those interested in business and in education. We train e-learning specialist for adult learners, and develop educators for k-12 schools and higher education environments.

Education Business
Instructional Technologist K-12 Corporate Instructional Designer
Instructional Technologist Specialist K-12 - Tech Coach Corporate Trainer - Elearning Specialist
Instructional Technologist- Higher Ed Edu Business

Instruction is Multi-Delivery: Online or Face-to-Face or Both!

Using LMS technology combine with social media, classes are offered both traditional face-to-face and online to accommodate different learning preferences.

Students can Earn...

Course Development


After completion of most course work student submit a Portfolio. The Programmatic Portfolio is submitted in the beginning of internship. Students design a professional portfolio to demonstrate proficiency in Graduate Outcomes and/or ITSC standards. Below are samples of student portfolios using various platforms.

Contact Us

For more information regarding the programs offered in the Digital Media Technologies department, please contact the Department Chair Dr. Richard Otto

Contact Information

Campus Address
Rosenkrans East
(570) 422-3763
(570) 422-3876 (Fax)
Title of Department Leader
Graduate Coordinators Instructional Technology
Carol Walker
(570) 422-3646