CDIT Program Requirements
The CDIT master’s program is flexible so you can complete it through classroom-based coursework, online coursework, or a combination of both. The program offers choices in the required coursework and can therefore be tailored to meet your specific career goals.
You must complete a minimum of 30 credits at the graduate level as outlined below.
Program of Study - 30 credits
- One course (3 credits) in Instruction, such as:
- TAP 621: Understanding Learning and Teaching or,
- TAP 623: Systematic Design of Instruction
- One course (3 credits) in either Curriculum Development or Instructional Technology, such as
- Curriculum Development
- TAP: 510 Fundamentals of Program Development
- TAP 652, or
- TAP 655
- Instructional Technology
- TAP 523: Media in Teaching and Learning
- TAP 526: Educational Computing
- TAP 550 (Eng 552, Lin 552): Approaches to English Grammar
- Two courses (6 credits) in Foundations of Education, with at least one course in Educational and Social Thought, such as:
- TAP 512: Teachers in Context or,
- TAP 520: Communication, Technology and the Knowledge-Building Enterprise
- One course in Human Learning and Development, such as:
- TAP 519 Learning in the Academic Disciplines
- At least five courses (15 credits) in the student's chosen area of specialization as developed with their advisor.
- One of the following (3 credit) courses:
- TAP 680 Research Seminar - Critical Introduction to Educational Research Paradigms
- TAP 681 Research Seminar - Research in Practice or,
- TAP 699 Master's Thesis
Now that you know what’s required for a master’s in CDIT, learn more about application deadlines.