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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:email@example.com" target="_blank">firstname.lastname@example.org</a>, or call (619) 594-5213.<br /><br />
For more information, visit the <a href="http://edweb2.net/ldt/" target="_blank">Learning Design and Technology website</a>. <br /><br />
Add your name to the <a href="https://docs.google.com/a/mail.sdsu.edu/forms/d/1shnAKz04Cx-4pfvG0z_jc-RB9eEdQPMaKZymHW4lm_8/viewform" target="_blank" title="LDT distance database">LDT distance database</a> to receive registration information and the semester newsletter.
Rationale, foundations, theories, careers, trends, and issues in educational technology. Implications of educational technology for instruction and information in schools, government, and corporations.
(Formerly numbered Educational Technology 540.) Six hours of activity.
Organizational and informational systems that support instructional products and services. Individual, team, and organizational analyses. Incentives, feedback, coaching, job-aids, selection, knowledge management, and other performance improvement strategies. (Formerly numbered Educational Technology 685.)
Learning Design and Technology 540
Selected areas, topics in educational technology. May be repeated with new content. Maximum credit six units applicable to a master’s degree. (Formerly numbered Educational Technology 700.)
Learning Design and Technology 540.
Supervised internship in an educational or training setting. Application to take course must be made during preceding semester.
(Formerly numbered Educational Technology 775.)
Consent of staff; to be arranged with the graduate advisor and instructor.
Individual study. May involve fieldwork. Maximum credit six units applicable to a master’s degree. (Formerly numbered Educational Technology 798.)