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Prospective Students

Our Students

Students come to our programs with everything from teaching careers to graphic design backgrounds. After completing our program, they are qualified for positions in faculty support and training, instructional design, corporate training and more:


  • Instructional designers
    • (Corporate, education, military, museums, nature centers, etc.)
  • Multimedia specialists
  • Project managers
  • Curriculum software consultants
  • Simulation and games design specialists
  • Mobile app developers
  • Videographers
  • Graphic designers
  • Independent consultants
  • Information systems programmers
  • Professors

Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences (ITLS) at USU is one of the leading ITLS programs in the nation. We offer high-quality master and doctoral degrees.

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History

The Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences Department began in 1966 as the Department of Instructional Media and Library Science. Faculty were gradually added on a full- and part-time basis, and they were shared with other programs in the College of Education. In the late 1960s to early 1970s, the program focused on the preparation of public school library/media specialists. Starting in the mid-1970s and continuing to the present, the emphasis was broadened to include applications in business, industry, academia, and government.

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How to Apply



Our Programs

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Master of Arts (MA)

Online and On Campus

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Master of Science (MS)

Online and On Campus

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Master of Education (MEd)

Online and On Campus




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Admission Requirements

 

  • A bachelor's or master's degree
  • GPA: 3.0 or higher
  • Admissions tests: 40th percentile
  • TOEFL or IELTS (international students only)
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • A writing sample
  • A statement of purpose
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Deadlines
Graduate Degree
Application Deadline
Start Semester
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) January 6th Fall
Master's Programs (MEd, MA, MS) April 1st Fall
Master's Programs (MEd, MA, MS) December 8th Spring



Living in Logan

Utah State University is an institution respected and internationally recognized for it's contributions in various research fields as well as it's ability to develop students' intellect and character. As a student of Utah State University you'll be minutes away from the beautiful Cache Valley scenery with opportunities for hiking, fishing, biking, skiing, and many more outdoor activities. You'll also be a part of the Cache Valley community, known for it's appreciation for the arts and cultural events.


Student Life

Student Life is a page by the University with information about living in Logan as a student, including food, transportation, campus tours, housing, and more.




Over the Phone or In Person


We would love to chat with you on the phone or in person.

2830 Old Main Hill

Logan, UT 84322-2830

Call or email Deidri Nielson (435-797-2694) for more information about our programs or to set up an appointment.

Our department head, Dr. Andrew Walker, is also happy to talk to you. Please see his faculty page.

Refer to our faculty page and feel free to contact any of our faculty as well.

You can also talk to current or former students.


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