Master of Education
Learning Design & Leadership
Learning Design & Leadership (LDL) provides educators and training/learning development professionals the opportunity to learn how to create more engaging learning environments by integrating new media technologies. Students in this program will earn a Master of Education (EdM) in Education Policy, Organization and Leadership with a concentration in Learning Design and Leadership.
Typical Plan of Study (minimum 32 hours)
Master degree requirements
All Master's degree students must complete a minimum 12 credit hours coursework at the 500 level in Education.
- EPOL 481: New Learning (crosslisted with EPS 431)
Select 1 Educational Policy, Organization and Leadership Foundations Course
- EPOL 401: History of American Education (crosslisted with EPS 400)
- EPOL 402: Asian American Education (crosslisted with EPS 402)
- EPOL 403: Historical & Social Barriers (crosslisted with EPS 405)
- EPOL 405: School and Society (crosslisted with EPS 411)
- EPOL 406: Professional Ethics in Education (crosslisted with EPS 410)
- EPOL 407: Critical Thinking in Education (crosslisted with EPS 412)
- EPOL 408: Aesthetic Education (crosslisted with EPS 413)
- EPOL 409: Sociology of Education (crosslisted with EPS 420)
- EPOL 410: Racial and Ethnic Families (crosslisted with EPS 421)
- EPOL 412: Politics of Education (crosslisted with EPS 423)
- EPOL 413: Economics of Education (crosslisted with EPS 424)
- EPOL 480: Technology & Educational Reform (crosslisted with EPS 415)
Educational Psychology Foundations Course
Select 5 Electives
- EPOL 486: New Media & Learner Differences
- EPOL 534: Assessment for Learning (crosslisted with EPS 535)
- EPOL 580: Ubiquitous Learning (crosslisted with EPS 506)
- EPOL 581: Knowledge, Learning and Pedagogy
- EPOL 583: Learning Ecologies (crosslisted with HRD 572)
- EPOL 582: New Media and Literacies
- EPSY 559: Advanced Learning Technologies
- EPSY 560: Technology and Educational Change
- ERAM 557: Meaning Patterns: Semiotics and the Interpretation of Meanings in Education and the Social Sciences
Note: All Master's degree students must complete a minimum 12 credit hours coursework at the 500 level in Education.
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