The faces of education and presentations are changing due to emerging technologies. In order to create an innovative learning experience for audiences, the Education Media Design & Technology Master of Science Online Degree Program will show students how to combine the digital world’s media resources with modern teaching methods.
Studies show that people are more receptive to absorbing information when they’re physically engaged in the discussion or activity. The idea of developing methods for learners to physically interact with technology is an emerging concept among both educators and presenters. With nearly 30 years experience of incorporating innovative learning methods into our curriculum, Full Sail is uniquely qualified to help future educators in this program meet the challenge of connecting with today’s students.
This unique online degree program is designed to give teachers and corporate trainers the tools to bridge the gap between traditional education and the ever-expanding realm of technology and media, allowing them to create immersive and interactive presentations.
In this program, you’ll learn to utilize media creation tools and technology to create podcasts, video presentations, and more, and you’ll also study how alternate learning methods like games, music, and educational multimedia can help you to develop a truly inspirational learning environment and be a content creator in your classroom. In addition, you’ll study a variety of learning theories and curriculum models, as you develop an understanding of which methods work best in a given learning environment.
And as you’re experiencing the Education Media Design & Technology curriculum through Full Sail University's innovative online learning system, you’ll explore how to create, improve, and fully utilize an online curriculum and delivery system that will inspire your audience and give a solid educational foundation.
Finally, you’ll put all these parts together in a project-based final course that is built upon the action research model, and represents the year-long, practitioner-based research you explored in your work environment.
- Prospective students must review their state licensure requirements prior to enrolling.