Major: Learning Design and Technology
Degree: Bachelor of Science
Program of Study (120 Credit Hours)
The B.S. degree is designed as a 120-credit hour program, comprised of core courses along with specific course and general electives. Additionally, the program director may approve outside electives when appropriate to a specific student’s career goals or professional needs, including an option for independent study.
Lower Division Courses (60 credits)
- General Education Courses (36 credits)
- Lower Division Electives (12 credits)
- Foundation Courses (9 Credits)
Upper Division Courses (18 credits)
- Upper Division Electives (18 credits) – these credit hours 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 the program of study and student interests that may align with complementary undergraduate minors.
- EME 3044 Issues and Trends in Learning Design & Technology is offered as a rotating course with a current topics/experimental course as defined by the semester in which it is delivered and can be take up to three times (maximum 9 credit hours) with approval from program director(s) in addition to or in lieu of courses where appropriate as defined by program leadership.
Major Requirements (42 credits)
- EME 3045 Technology Tools & Skills for Effective Communication (3 credits)
- EME 3047 Technology Tools & Skills for Effective Presentation (3 credits)
- EME 3048 Designing for Learning Platforms (3 credits)
- EME 3334 UDL: Universal Design for Learning (3 credits)
- EME 3342 Data Analysis and Visualization Design for Instruction (3 credits)
- EME 3364 Research Methods in Learning Design & Technology (3 credits)
- EME 3624 Training Needs Assessment (3 credits)
- EME 3351 Adult Learning Theory and Curriculum Development (3 credits)
- EME 4043 Instructional Technology Leadership (3 credits)
- EME 4083 Program Evaluation in Instructional Design and Technology (3 credits)
- EME 4673 Foundations of Instructional Design (3 credits)
- EME 4674 Development of Instructional Materials (3 credits)
- EME 4684 Learning Design and Technology Capstone (6 credits) *
*Course to be taken in final semester of academic program.