The Graduate School of Curriculum and Instructional Communications Technology was established on August 2012 by integration of two formerly independent institutes the Graduate School of Curriculum and Instruction and the Graduate School of Educational Communications and Technology. We provide four programs, including Ph.D in Curriculum and Instruction, M.A. in Curriculum and Instruction, M.A. in Educational Communications and Technology, and one Evening M.Ed. programs in Curriculum, Instruction and Learning Technologies.
Integrating the three major areas curriculum, instruction, and communications technology, we strive to prepare students with the depth and breadth of knowledge of technology and humanities. Specifically we aim to develop students' professional expertise in curriculum development and in structional design, methods of instruction and assessment, and instructional technology.