Summer Cohort Class Rotation for 2023 and Prior

Course Offerings for Distributed Doctoral Students Courses

*Students will be required to take one semester with three courses. Please work with your advisor to pick a semester in year 2 or 3 to schedule the additional Topics course

Year Semester Hours Course Course  
Year 1 Summer 6 hours 6000 - Philosophy of Computing in Learning Technologies 5210 - Instruction Systems Design I  
  Fall 6 hours 6010 - Theory of Instructional Technology 6510 - Introduction to Research in Learning Technologies  
  Spring 6 hours 6020 - Advanced Instructional Design: Models and Strategies 6512 - Analysis of Qualitative Research in Learning Technologies  
Year 2 Summer 6 hours 6511 - Analysis of Research in Education Computing Tools Course TBD by Academic Committee  
  Fall 6 hours 6210 - Interactive Multimedia Theory and Design 651x - Advance Research Course a.) Scaling Methods, b.) Discourse Analysis, c.) etc.  
  Spring 6 hours 6040 - Theory and Practice of Distributed Learning 6260 - Creative Technology-Based Learning Environments  
Year 3  Summer 6 hours

6250 - Learning Technology Systems Design and Management; OR 

6200 - Message Design in Learning Technologies

Tools Course TBD by Academic Committee  
  Fall 6 hours 6030 - Emerging Technologies and Education; AND 6230 - Advanced Educational Product and Design  
  Spring 6 hours 6220 - Theory of Educational Technology Implementation 

6480 - Dissertation Prep I

*previously listed as 6800

 
Year 4 Summer  3 hours *6800 - Dissertation Prep II *Optional Courses Available  
      *Dissertation Prep II required if student has not passed the Spring 6480course. Student must defend their portfolio (Qualifying Exams) by the start of the Fall semester or take another course to complete the portfolio  
  Fall 3 hours 6950 - Dissertation Optional Courses Available  
  Spring 3 hours 6950 - Dissertation Optional Courses Available  
Year 5  Summer 3 hours 6950 - Dissertation Optional Courses Available  
  Fall 3 hours 6950 - Dissertation

* Student must defend their dissertation by the Graduate School Deadline or they will be required to take an additional 6950 course until graduation.

 

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