The Department of Computer Education and Instructional Technologies, which is a four-year undergraduate program, is a multidisciplinary department that brings together the field of education with computer technologies and instructional technologies.
During their four years of education, our students develop applications such as pedagogical animations, pedagogical software, pedagogical websites and a course management system after they acquire theoretical knowledge and practical experience in the following areas: pedagogical design, computer-based educational environment development, and visual design. Our graduate students, who have the ability to evaluate the applications on the market from pedagogical and design perspectives, can work as educational specialists, educational technicians or instructional designers for individuals of all ages in all kinds of educational institutions and companies.
As students of the department participate in the pedagogical courses offered in the School of Educational Sciences from their first year onwards, they possess the necessary qualities to teach computer and internet literacy as well as advanced computer applications to individuals of all ages. The hands-on experience gained through four years in the program also contributes to excellent credentials for teaching Computer Education or Instructional Technologies in primary, secondary and high schools.
Areas of employment for graduates of The Department of Computer Education and Instructional Technologies are listed below: