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Master Of Arts In Education with a Concentration in Learning Technologies (36 hours total)

 

Degree Overview

 

This concentration promotes the incorporation of theory and application of learning technologies in educational, business, and organizational settings.  Coursework emphasizes self-directed, student-centered, and project-based learning and includes a two-credit practicum. Students are expected to take an active role in their learning throughout the program.  Students will consider global perspectives in learning technologies, evaluate the efficacy of learning technologies, engage with professionals in the field, and develop a personal portfolio to document and showcase their learning.

Degree Requirements

Foundation Courses

EDF 7110FOUNDATION OF LEARNING THEORY (3)

EDF 7210FOUNDATION OF EDUCATION (3)

EDF 7310FOUNDATION OF EXCEPTIONALITY (3)

EDF 7410FOUNDATION OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND ASSESSMENT (3)

EDF 7500FOUNDATION OF ETHICAL PRACTICES IN EDUCATION (3)

EDF 8503MASTER'S RESEARCH PROJECT (3)

Concentration Courses

EDC 7253INTRODUCTION TO LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES (1)

EDC 7263FOUNDATIONS IN EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY (3)

EDC 7273PRACTICUM IN EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY (2)

Concentration Electives

15 credits are required.  Select  from the following plus an approved EDC elective.

EDC 7313GAMES AND SIMULATIONS IN EDUCATION (3)

EDC 7693EMERGING TRENDS IN LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES (3)

EDC 8413INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN FOR TECHNOLOGY-MEDIATED LEARNING (3)

EDC 8423TEACHING AND LEARNING AT A DISTANCE (3)