NSU Catalog 2013-2014 
    
    May 27, 2024  
NSU Catalog 2013-2014 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

NSU Center for Statewide E-learning


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Mewaldt-Jensen, Room 122
(605) 626-3382

Dr. Constance Geier, Director; Dr. Greg Francom; Mr. Keum-Taek Jung; Dr. Mark Zaidel.

The e-learning minor prepares education majors to be proficient in distance delivery of instruction, using a variety of educational software, the Internet, DDN, and other video conference and multimedia technologies. Students completing the e-learning minor will meet the K-12 educational technology endorsement for South Dakota.

Fifteen technology proficiency certificate programs are available for undergraduates pursuing any academic major. Depending on their career goals, students may select one or more of these twelve-credit certificates to enhance their academic education, and better prepare themselves for today’s high tech workplaces. These certificates will be listed on the academic transcripts so that prospective employers will be able to easily determine a graduate’s level of technical proficiency.

Programs

K-12 Offerings (delivered through Internet and videoconference technology):

Senior level college prep courses
AP Courses
K-12 enrichment activities

Undergraduate

E-learning Minor for education majors 

Technology Proficiency Certificates for any undergraduate major

Graduate

(See Graduate Studies section for details)

Master of Science in Education in E-learning Design and Instruction 
Master of Science in E-learning Technology and Administration 

Career Directions

E-learning instructional designers for schools, business and government
Distance educators for schools, business, and government
Technology support for e-learning programs in schools, business and government
Multimedia educational resource developers
Educational software integrators
E-learning network designers and administrators

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