Instructional Technology Program

Welcome to the Instructional Technology Program

Instructional Technology Open HouseNow accepting students!

Fall 2016 Educational Technology Leadership MA

(June 1, 2016 domestic deadline, February 1, 2016 priority international deadline)


Spring 2017 E-Learning and New Media MA

Contact us today!


Information Sessions (Cal State LA Campus)

Saturday, 4/30/16, 11:00am in King Hall B4009


Online Information Session (Adobe Connect)

Saturday, 5/14/16, 11:00am

Use this link to join the meeting:


Instructional Technology Program Open House

Friday, 5/20/2016, 5-7 p.m. in King Hall C2096

Please RSVP by filling out this form:


Are you interested in becoming

  • a coordinator of educational technology at your school or at the district level
  • an educational media and website developer
  • a technology/computer lab teacher in your school
  • a 21st century technology-using educator
  • an educational technology consultant

Are you thinking of working in a corporation or non-profit as

  • a website designer
  • an instructional designer
  • a technology trainer
  • an e-learning/online learning expert

Join the Instructional Technology Program in the Charter College of Education at Cal State LA. We offer two MA Degree in Education options in Educational Technology Leadership and New Media Design and Production; two graduate certificates in Online Teaching and Learning and Computer Applications in Schools; and a supplementary authorization in Computer Concepts and Applications to add to a single or multiple subject credential.

Here’s a great opportunity for you! You can enter this field with a degree in any content area (e.g.., Communications, Arts, Engineering, Education, ULRN, etc.)



"To improve the human condition through the transparent integration of technology in teaching and learning".



  The Instructional Technology Program prepares educators, trainers, and other professionals to integrate technology into the curriculum while enhancing their creative critical thinking. We explore and develop the potentials of technology for teaching and learning. Through research we seek to advance knowledge in our field, to inform policy, improve practice and inspire model uses of technology. We collaborate on educational technology improvements locally, nationally, and internationally.


Instructional Technology Program