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Doctor of Education in
Instructional Design & Technology

The Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) program in Instructional Design and Technology provides graduates with the knowledge and skills to meet pragmatic needs in any educational setting. It is particularly well suited for those interested in teaching and conducting research in a university environment. Knowledge and skill-building are designed into the courses and address three areas of competency: interconnectivity, instructional design, and software-multimedia design. Students are encouraged to address research toward the pragmatic needs of students, programs, and institutions.

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Research in instructional technology is addressed throughout the program courses and supplements the College’s research core requirements. The program also features seminar courses that provide opportunities to conduct research and develop instructional interventions, including technological integration of tools.


Program Features


Note: The CEHS Interdisciplinary Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Education Program also offers a plan of doctoral study in the field of Learning, Instructional Design and Technology.

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