Instructional Technology (MA)
Step one: Express your interest
Complete the online interest form on the Overview tab in order to express your interest in joining an upcoming Instructional Technology MA cohort. The next cohort program is scheduled to begin Fall 2015. We will add you to our mailing list and send you program updates, including important application information.
Step two: Apply for admission
Students must apply for admission to graduate studies through the University of Northern Iowa. Once you have submitted your completed application, you will be considered for one of the limited number of positions for graduate students in an upcoming cohort. Applications received by June 15, 2015, will receive full consideration.
Former UNI students: The online application requires logging in with your CatID credentials. If you have forgotten your username or passphrase, contact us at CESP-Consult@uni.edu or 800-772-1746 and let us know that you are interested in applying for the Instructional Technology MA program.
Need help with your UNI application?
- Complete the online Application for Graduate Study.
- Please note that you are applying for admission in the category of Degree Status for Fall 2015.
- The program for which you are applying is Instructional Technology - MA.
- Entrance exams are not required.
- Note that if you have received a degree from UNI, you do not have to pay the non-refundable $50 application fee or request your UNI transcripts.
- International students: Please contact Linda Jernigan at email@example.com or 319-273-5925 for specific instructions.
What to expect
When your application for graduate study is complete, Graduate Admissions will forward your materials to the Department of Curriculum and Instruction for review. You will receive notice from Graduate Admissions acknowledging receipt of your application.
The department will review your application materials and contact you about your admission status. Following admission to the program, you will be provided enrollment information for your first semester of courses.
Delivery of the program is contingent on a sufficient number of students being accepted into the program.