Help Provide New Tools and Methods to Improve Instruction
If you’re interested in furthering your skills and education in direct applications for emerging technology related to the fields of information and library sciences, the Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology with Information Science Specialization from University of Houston-Clear Lake is the place to begin.
Innovate the Way We Teach and Learn
Through your coursework, you will focus on such topics as instructional design, performance
technology, and administration of school library services, affording you with the
skills you need to create, develop, design and produce instructional tools for use
in your school’s library. Your ability to apply theory, research, creativity and problem-solving
skills to a variety of technology applications will help reshape the way information
is created, integrated and delivered at your school.
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Deadlines for Applying
- Graduate Deadlines
New Degree Seeking - May 1 (Some programs may not apply)
New Degree Seeking - August 1
Priority* - August 13
Final* and Session Start - August 27
*Former/Non-degree seeking/Certificate Graduate Students applicants who apply after the priority deadline can expect to go through late registration. $50 late registration fee will be assessed.
Accreditations and Distinctions
UHCL’s College of Education graduate and undergraduate programs are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation for both initial teacher preparation and advanced educator preparation. We’re one of only 14 educator preparation programs in Texas to hold this accreditation. The College of Education is also accredited by the State Board for Educator Certification/Texas Education Agency and holds accreditations from a number of organizations for individual specializations and certification programs.
We’ve earned national recognition for accomplishment and innovation, including the Christa McAuliffe Award for Excellence in Teacher Education.