Information Media (IM) Undergraduate Programs
B118 EDUCATION BUILDING/(320) 308-2062
Also see School of Education description and requirements.
Information Media Chair: Dr. Mert Thompson
Faculty: Anderson, Josephson, Park, Marcia Thompson, Merton Thompson.
The Department of Information Media offers a certificate program in Instructional Technology that is designed to provide critical skills for the Information Age. Employers need people who can analyze problems and access, validate, select, organize and present information. Encompassed in the certificate program are competency development in the theory and practice of information technology, instructional design, and message design and delivery. Courses are open to all students interested in using technologies of learning to communicate, educate or train.
Bachelor of Elective Studies
Instructional Technology Certificate (11-12)
This certificate complements other majors, especially those in education, fine arts, humanities, social sciences, and business. Applicants planning to work toward the Instructional Technology Certificate must meet with an adviser in the Department of Information Media.
Required (11-12 Cr.)
One course from each of the following groupings:
IM 245 or 260; IM 421 or 422 or 423 or 469; IM 400 or 404; IM 455