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2022-2023 University Catalog
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major: Learning Design and Technology

Degree: Bachelor of Science (BS) 2022-2023

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Foundation (12 credits)

Students with 60 lower division credits will take fewer Upper Division Electives.

EME1000 Intro to Learning Design Tech (3 Credits)
EME2040 Intro Ed Tech for Learn Pro (3 Credits)
STA2014 (GM)Elem Statistics-Health/SS (3 Credits)
SPC2608 Fundamentals of Speech (3 Credits)

Major Requirements (42 credits)

EME3045 Tech Tools and Skills for Comm (3 Credits)
EME3047 Tech Tool for Effec. Pres. (3 Credits)
EME3048 Design for Learn Platforms (3 Credits)
EME3334 UDL (3 Credits)
EME3342 Data Analysis Visual for Inst (3 Credits)
EME3364 Research Methods LDT (3 Credits)
EME3624 Training Needs Assessment (3 Credits)
EME3351 Adult Learning Theory and Curr (3 Credits)
EME4043 Ins Tech Leadership (3 Credits)
EME4083 Program Evaluation in IDT (3 Credits)
EME4673 Found of Instructional Design (3 Credits)
EME4674 Dev Instructional Materials (3 Credits)
EME4684 LDT Capstone (6 Credits)
EME4684 is to be taken in the final semester of the academic program.

Major Electives (6-18 credits)

Students that take the Foundation courses after completing 60 lower division credits take fewer Upper Division Electives. Upper Division Electives can be found in the catalog list in either 3000-level or 4000-level course designation. Advisors will provide students with guidance when choosing these courses that best align with program of study and student interests that may align with complementary undergraduate minors.
EME3044 Issues and Trends in Learning Design & Technology (3 credits) may be repeated as an Upper Division Electives for a maximum of 9 credit hours with approval from the program director(s) in addition to or in lieu of courses where appropriate as defined by program leadership. It is offered as a rotating course with a current topics/experimental course as defined by the semester in which it is delivered.

48 Upper-Level Hours (48 credits)

To graduate with a Bachelor's degree from the College of Education and Human Services, you must earn a minimum of 48 upper-level credits out of a minimum 120 degree applicable required credit hours.