Jan 24, 2021  
2020-2021 Graduate Catalog 
2020-2021 Graduate Catalog

Learning Design and Technology: eLearning Design and Implementation MA

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The focus of this track is on the planning, design, development, delivery, facilitation and evaluation of digital and online learning resources, experiences, and programs for higher education, K-12, and professional-learning (corporate, healthcare, government, non-profit) audiences. Throughout the program, you will apply learning, instructional and media design, and professional-development theory to the creation of digital and online instructional products and experiences while encouraging innovation and positive change within your organization. You will submit an online portfolio in the final semester, referred to as a base camp. The base camp helps you establish your professional web presence and digital footprint as a thought leader and helps showcase your accomplishments and share your work with your professional communities of practice. The entire program is online, and may be completed in two years.

eLearning Design and Implementation MA program requirements

30 semester hours (each course is 3 semester hours):

Core, 24 semester hours:

INTE 5100 - Planning and Designing for Instruction  
INTE 5665 - Learning with Social Media and Networking  
INTE 5680 - Producing Media for Learning  
INTE 5670 - Creating Synchronous eLearning Experiences  
INTE 5711 - Creative Designs for Instructional Materials  
INTE 6750 - Trends and Issues in Learning Design and Technology  
INTE 5660 - Developing Self-Paced Online Modules  
INTE 6720 - Research in Learning Design and Technology  

Electives, Choose two courses (6 semester hours):

INTE 5250 - Teaching Strategies for Online and Blended Learning  
INTE 5200 - Crafting eLearning Experience  
INTE 5320 - Games and Learning  
INTE 5340 - Learning with Digital Stories  
INTE 6930 - Internship: Learning Technologies  
INTE 6999 - Leadership for Technology Innovation  
INTE 5000 - Design Thinking and Educational Innovation  

Comprehensive Examination for all LDT Students

The comprehensive exam consists of a professional portfolio, referred to as a base camp, wherein students demonstrate program competencies through work products and related accomplishments. The base camp is created throughout the LDT program and submitted for faculty review during the final semester. For more information, see the LDT Current Student Resources website https://education.ucdenver.edu/academic-services/student-resources/graduate/learning-design-technology.

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