Online Master (Med) Curriculum and Instruction (Educational
INSTITUTION INFORMATION Institutional Accreditation: Southern
Association of Colleges and Schools Program Accreditation: Southern
Association of Colleges and Schools Institutional Membership(s): SOC
THIS PROGRAM IS PART OF THE ACADEMIC COMMON MARKET/ELECTRONIC CAMPUS
PROGRAM DETAILS Program Information: Master's - Master's Enrollment: 100
seats total Application Deadline: Open How Students and Instructors
Communicate: E-mail Subject: Education METHOD OF COURSE INSTRUCTION
- Students whose legal residence in the following states:
Arkansas, upon admission may enroll at in-state tuition rates.
Students must be certified by your home state
ACM Coordinator. For information on the certification process
please contact your state
- The program is delivered primarily through
Supplemental delivery formats include internet
SPECIAL ENROLLMENT ISSUES
- The MA/MEd Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Technology
Concentration, degree program is designed to provide students with a
theoretical foundation and the practical skills required for
developing curriculum and instructional materials using technology.
They prepare for work in special areas of concentration and for a
variety of settings, from pre-school through adult education. The
program, consistent with its high technology, cutting edge content,
is delivered entirely on line. It enables students to (a) provide
leadership in applying information technology to a variety of
educational systems and settings; (b) provide in-service education
and basic technical support to teachers and instructors who wish to
use technology in curriculum and instruction; (c) assist in
curriculum development that integrates technology as a tool for
learning; and (d) design and implement courses in computer
applications, literacy, and programming.
The MEd program is specifically designed for those who already
possess Florida teacher certification, while the MA program is
designed for those who are neither currently seeking nor intending
to seek Florida certification.
ACCESS TO LEARNING RESOURCES
- Minimum recommended hardware:
o Pentium-class multimedia computer running at 200 Mhz or higher
with Windows 95 or higher; OR Macintosh Power-PC computer running at
200 Mhz or higher Mac OS 8.0 or higher.
o 32 Mb memory.
o Monitor and video system capable of showing 65 thousand colors
o Sound card and speakers.
o Internet connection of at least 33.6 bps.
Minimum recommended software:
o Microsoft Office 97 or 98 Standard or higher.
o Internet Browser version 4.0 or higher (Netscape or Internet
Explorer). (Required plug-ins will be made available as needed.)
Technology is an essential and integral aspect of each course, and
some courses may have software requirements beyond those listed
above. Additional details regarding this statement are available at
ACCESS TO FINANCIAL AID RESOURCES
- Upon registration, all FGCU students will be give a logon ID
that will allow them to access FGCU library services. For
information go to FGCU web site. The University Bookstore may be
contact at 941-590-1150.
- Academic Common Market/Electronic Campus status has been
extended to distance learning programs. Students accepted into the
program from those states will pay the in-state tuition rate.
Prospective students should contact their state's common market
coordinator. The university offers a comprehensive program of
financial assistance for both traditional and non-traditional
students pursuing undergraduate or graduate degrees. The Financial
Aid and Scholarships Office is responsible for helping students
secure the necessary funds to pursue their educational goals. The
office is proactive in offering information to enrolled and
prospective students about the availability of financial assistance.
The Financial Aid and Scholarship Office administers grants,
scholarships, loans, and student employment programs to assist
students in paying educational expenses. A financial aid award will
not be processed until a student has been admitted to a degree
program or eligible certificate program. Non degree-seeking students
are not eligible for financial aid.
To better accommodate the needs of our students, the Offices of
Admissions, Financial Aid, Freshman Advising, and Registration and
Records at Florida Gulf Coast University now have extended hours.
Beginning Tuesday, Jan. 22, hours for these offices will be: 8 a.m.
to 6:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday.
The office of Financial Aid & Scholarships can be reached at (941)