This program provides advanced preparation for school library media specialists, instructional technology coordinators, and teachers seeking to gain additional skills in instructional technology for integration into the P-12 classroom. The Ed.S. in Media program consists of two program tracks: (1) School Library Media and (2) IT. Admission requires a master's degree in any field and satisfactory GRE or MAT scores. Applicants for track one in School Library Media must be eligible for S-5 certification in School Library Media. Exit certification eligibility is determined by the certificate held during admission to the program. Students are advised individually concerning certification eligibility. A minimum of 27 semester hours of graduate study after completion of the master's degree is required. Track one candidates take 3 hours of educational psychology, 9 hours of required media and instructional technology courses, 6 hours of educational research and program evaluation, and 9 hours of electives in media and instructional technology. Track two candidates take 3 hours of educational psychology, 6 required hours and 12 elective hours in media and instructional technology, as well as 6 hours of educational research and program evaluation.