Learning, Design and Technology (PhD)

Degree: Doctoral Degrees

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The Ph.D. program in Learning, Design, and Technology (LDT) prepares individuals to engage in advanced scholarly inquiry related to the design, development, and evaluation of effective interactive learning environments.
The program is intentionally residential in nature, emphasizing mentoring in advanced research and development processes and working closely with faculty
members and other graduate students.

School/College

College of Education
Aderhold Hall
Athens, GA 30602-7101
Phone: 706/542-6446

Academic Department

Career & Information Studies
Educational Psychology and Instructional Technology
Athens, GA 30602-7143
Phone: 706/542-4110

Contacts

Graduate Coordinator

Robert Wicklein

706/542-4503

The program enables students to produce new knowledge, generate solutions to problems, and disseminate information through teaching, training, and the professional literature.

This Ph.D. program provides opportunities for students to:

-analyze, develop, distribute, operate, and evaluate instructional systems and materials.
-prepare to teach, develop theory, and conduct research related to instructional systems and materials.

Degree

Code

Course Descriptions

PhD

444C

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