Master of Science in Learning Technologies
The Master of Science in Learning Technologies is a 30-hour STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) degree program designed to prepare graduate students to be successful servant leaders in Computational Thinking* environments. These instructional leaders will be designers, collaborators, coaches, and facilitators of technology and the integration of that technology across all disciplines.
The MS in Learning Technologies degree program can be completed via the Educational Technology Specialization or the Instructional Design Specialization. The Educational Technology Specialization is geared towards the K-12 education space, while the Instructional Design Specialization is geared towards the higher education or business training and development industries.
PROGRAM DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
The Master of Science in Learning Technologies is a 30-hour program. The program is composed of 18 core hours, and 12 hours of specialization.
Core Curriculum Requirements
EDUC 6302 - Research in Education (S-L)
EDUC 6303 - Emerging Technologies
EDUC 6306 - Curriculum Design and Evaluation
EDUC 6312 - Technology Integration in Curriculum
EDUC 6314 - Learning Technologies Internship
EDUC 6318 - Leading for Learning
EDUC 6014 - Defense of Degree
Select one Specialization from the following:
Educational Technology Specialization
EDUC 6304 - Improvement of Instruction (The Science of Learning)
EDUC 6313 - Assessment to Improve Learning: Formative Assessments and Continuous Improvement
EDUC 6316 - Digital Citizenship
EDUC 6319 - Multimedia for Learning
EDUC 6320 - Project-Based Learning
Instructional Design Specialization
DLED 6301 - Foundations of Distance Learning
DLED 6302 - Designing and Developing Distance Learning
DLED 6303 - Teaching and Learning in the Online Classroom
DLED 6304 - Technology Tools for the Online Classroom
DLED 6305 - Distance Learning Design and Administration
Total Credit Hours Required
(S-L)=Course(s) with field-based service-learning component.
Refer to individual course descriptions for course requisites.
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