Instructional Technology Certification

The non-degree certification in Instructional Technology requires a minimum of 21 semester hours of course work. 

Coursework is fully online with no face-to-face class meetings.  There are, however, opportunities to communicate with instructors and classmates in a variety of ways including synchronous, asynchronous, and virtual.

Students in the add-on certification program must already have a Master’s degree and hold T4 certification in a teaching field; or hold certification in another field as outlined with the GaPSC.  

Admission Requirements

  1. Graduate Admissions Application Form
  2. Two professional recommendations
  3. Official copies of all transcripts
  4. Minimal GPA of 2.75
  5. Résumé
  6. Must hold a Teacher Certification 


Upon meeting all course and examination requirements of this program, an S-5 certificate in Instructional Technology may be issued by the Professional Standards Commission of Georgia.  Georgia College & State University recommendation is required.  GACE testing and certification began Fall 2013.

Certification Requirements


Instructional Technology Certification

Diane Gregg

Dr. Diane Gregg

Program Coordinator
Room 133

EdD, University of Missouri-St. Louis; MA, Southeast Missouri State University; BS, Southeast Missouri State University


Children’s and Young Adult Literature, Information Literacy, Intellectual Freedom

Professional Service

Service to Library Media/Instructional Technology Students, Service to the Georgia College community, Service to Practicing Media Specialists and Classroom Teachers

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Ms. Shanda Brand

Graduate Director
217A Kilpatrick Education Center