Learning Technologies

Doctoral Program

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

The Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Learning Technologies is a comprehensive program that provides knowledge and skills in areas such as:

  • instructional systems design,
  • learning and instructional theories,
  • instructional materials development,
  • design of learning environments using various emerging technology-based systems and tools. 

Graduates from our program assume academic, administrative, and other leadership positions. Academic positions include professors; technologists or directors at the school district level. Many students also go on to work in the private sector as designers, managers, and researchers at companies, as well as instructional evaluators.


Department Requirements (Minimum 21 hours)

Specialization Requirements (Minimum 36 hours)

Outside Department Requirements (Minimum 6 hours*)

Dissertation (Minimum 6 hours)

At a Glance

Program Starts: Fall

Deadline to Apply:
December 31

Credit Hours Required: 63 minimum

Schedule: Flexible

Program Location: On Campus

GRE Required? No

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Program Area Coordinator, Advisor
Min Liu

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