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<strong>Who Should Apply?</strong><br />
This program enables students to prepare for careers as instructional technologists, educational specialists, instructional designers, trainers, and performance consultants. State-of-the-art coursework together with internships in (or course projects designed and built for) community-based companies, agencies, and schools prepare candidates to analyze performance problems and design, develop and evaluate instructional strategies, products and programs. Students graduate with an electronic portfolio that includes video, interactive learning programs, instructional print and online materials.
<strong>Course Requirements</strong><br />
<li><strong>Required: LDT 690</strong> <em>Methods of Inquiry</em> (3 units)</li>
<li><strong>Required: Core Program - LDT 540</strong>, and <strong>LDT 544</strong> (6 units) </li>
<li><strong>Electives (15 units):</strong> Courses in education and related fields, selected with the approval of the advisor on the basis of the student's interest and goals. A minimum of nine units must be taken at the 600-700 level.</li>
<li><strong>Required: ED 795A</strong> and <strong>795B</strong> (6 units). These courses cannot be taken concurrently.</li>
In order to earn an advanced certificate or master's degree, you must apply and be admitted to SDSU. For more information, please visit the <a href="http://arweb.sdsu.edu/es/admissions/grad/index.html" target="_blank">Division of Graduate Affairs</a>, email <a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org" target="_blank">email@example.com</a>, or call (619) 594-5213.<br /><br />
For more information, visit the <a href="http://ldt.sdsu.edu" target="_blank">Learning Design and Technology website</a>. <br /><br />
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An intensive study in selected areas of education culminating in a written project. Limited to students following Plan B for the Master of Arts degree in Education.
ED 795A. Acceptance to the Master's Degree or an Advanced Certificate Program.
Systematic design of products for education and training. Use of analyses and content mapping to set instructional goals. Instructional methods derived from learning theories for use in schools, universities, corporations, and other settings. Rapid prototyping of instructional products. (Formerly numbered Educational Technology 544.)
Learning Design and Technology 540.
Selected problems in educational technology. May be repeated with new content. Limit of nine units of any combination of 296, 496, 596 courses applicable to a bachelor’s degree. Maximum credit of six units of 596 applicable to a bachelor’s degree. Credit for 596 and 696 applicable to a master’s degree with approval of the graduate adviser.
Theories and models of online learning at home, work, school, and university. Analysis, design, and development of e-learning courses and systems. Future societal and economic impacts of learning at a distance. (Formerly numbered Educational Technology 650.)
Learning Design and Technology 544. Recommended: Learning Design and Technology 572. Acceptance to the Master's Degree or an Advanced Certificate Program.
Planning and executing research in learning design. Analyzing and interpreting and reporting results to stakeholders.
Acceptance to the Master's Degree or an Advanced Certificate Program.
Individual study. May involve fieldwork. Maximum credit six units applicable to a master’s degree. (Formerly numbered Educational Technology 798.)
Consent of staff; to be arranged with department chair and instructor. Acceptance to the Master's Degree or an Advanced Certificate Program.