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Doctoral Program in Instructional Technology and Leadership Cohort Course Sequence

Cognate

Term

Foundations
[15 credits]

Research [9 credits]
Dissertation [6 credits]

Instructional Technology
[21 credits]

Cognates
[6 credits]

Summer

[Semester 1]

GDIT 703
Foundations of Instructional Technology (3 crs)

GREV 701
Research Methods & Design (3 crs)

Fall

[Semester 2]

GDIT 715
Learning Theories and Instructional Design (3 crs)
GREV 510
Statistics I (3 crs)
GDIT 705
Cognition and Instructional Design (3 crs)
Spring

[Semester 3]

GDIT717
Research Seminar in Instructional Technology (3 crs)

AND

GDIT 716
Design of the Learner Experience (3 crs)

Cognate*

Summer

[Semester 4]

GDIT701
Professional Leadership in Instructional Technology (3 crs)

AND

GDIT712
Ethics and Social Justic in the Digital Age (3 crs)

Fall

[Semester 5]

 

GDIT 713
Computational Thinking (3 crs)

AND

GDIT 718
Instrucional Technology Policy, Planning, and Management (3 crs)

Cognate*
Spring

[Semester 6]

GREV 721
Qualitative Research Methods (3 crs)

GDIT 706
Developing a Learning Environment Using Instructional Technology (3 crs)

AND

GDIT 719
Learner Computer Interaction (3crs)

Summer

[Semester 7]

GDIT 799
Dissertation (3 crs)
Fall

[Semester 8]

GDIT 714
Leadership and Education in a Global Society (3 crs)
GDIT 799
Dissertation (3 crs)

* Cognates can be taken at any semester, with the approval of the Program Director.

Note.
1. Courses are subject to change.
2. The transfer of credits within Duquesne University, or from other programs outside of Duquesne, will be approved at the discretion of the Program Director. A student may transfer a maximum of 6 credits of appropriate graduate work taken at other approved colleges or universities.

View and print a Program of Study Sheet so you may track your progress.