Instructional Design and Technology Ed.D
Angie applied to several universities for Instructional Design and Technology, but she chose WVU because she felt like what she could bring to the classroom as a learner was appreciated.
“This experience has pushed me to grow as a learner and the information that I have gleaned from my classes has prepared me for an exciting future. I am a Mountaineer for life!”
Angie Berna Milliren applied to several universities for Instructional Design and Technology, but she chose WVU because she felt like what she could bring to the classroom as a learner was appreciated.
“From my initial phone calls, I found that my questions and concerns were readily addressed, and the faculty and staff of the department were always available and eager to assist me on my journey.”
“I felt diversifying my educational portfolio was essential to remain marketable in the field of education. After receiving my master’s degree, I yearned to be more, but was unsure of what path to follow.”
“At WVU, I felt wonderfully ‘at home’ in an environment where people shared in my passion for technology.”
During her first semester, Angie worked a 40-hour-a-week job, along with few freelance music and media jobs, and still found time to enjoy spending time with friends and family. She did her reading for classes while running on a treadmill and wrote papers in paragraph chunks during her lunch breaks at work.
“My professors have been top-rate and I have been granted access to amazing opportunities throughout my journey.”