Master of Curriculum and Instruction
Instructional Design and Technology (Online Learning)
EDIT 704 Instructional Technology Foundations and Theories of Learning, Spring 2014
Reviews practical and pedagogical issues related to design and development of technological instruction. Emphasizes investigating instructional design as a field and community of practice, and reviewing core learning theory constructs applicable to design of instructional technology.
EDIT 705 Instructional Design Foundations, Spring 2014
Helps students analyze, apply, and evaluate principles of instructional design to develop education and training materials spanning a wide range of knowledge domains and instructional technologies. Focuses on variety of instructional design models, with emphasis on recent contributions from cognitive science and related fields.
EDIT 573 Project Management, Summer 2014
Explores project management principles and applications used to manage, plan, and track large-scale, complex instructional design projects.
EDIT 575 eLearning Design Applications: Captivate, Summer 2014
Provides basic knowledge of Adobe Captivate for creating and delivering e-learning experiences. Students learn to create instructional products using the latest e-learning design applications.
EDIT 590 Educational Research in Technology, Summer 2014
Focuses on developing skills, insights, and understanding basics to performing research with emphasis on interpretation, application, critique, and use of findings in educational settings. Students develop expertise in action research methodology, design, and implementation.
EDIT 575 eLearning Design Applications: Photoshop and Captivate, Fall 2014
Provides basic knowledge of Adobe Captivate and Photoshop for creating and delivering e-learning experiences. Students learn to create instructional products using the latest e-learning design applications.
EDIT 601 Instructional Design and Development Portfolio, Fall 2014
Enables students to create and publish electronic portfolio that demonstrates effective and meaningful integration and syntheses of instructional design and development concepts, principles, and competencies learned across program courses at mid-degree program point.
EDIT 730 Advanced Instructional Design, Fall 2014
Capstone course of three-course sequence on theory and practice of instructional design. Helps students apply ideas developed in prior courses to complete major instructional design project. Covers leading-edge ideas in evolution of instructional design.
EDIT 706 Business of Learning Design, Spring 2015
Explores the business issues underlying the selection, implementation and evaluation of technology-based learning interventions. Focuses on developing the skills necessary to improve performance and achieve measurable, positive change that supports an organization’s strategic goals.
EDIT 732 Analysis and Design of Technology-Based Learning Environments, Fall 2015
Enables design, implementation, and evaluation of technology-based education and training materials using advanced computer-based authoring tools.
EDIT 574 Web Conference Breakout Rooms (Social Media and Digital Collaboration Applications), Spring 2016
Provides basic knowledge of the range of capabilities of available social networking, teleconferencing, and collaboration applications. Students learn to integrate the latest information and communication technologies into the creation of instructional products.
EDIT 752 Design and Implementation of Technology-Based Learning Environments, Spring 2016
Students design and produce multimedia/hypermedia applications based on current theory and research in instructional design and cognitive science. Examines user needs, information models, structure, and media selection and uses to inform design and production of final project.
EDIT 701 Advanced Instructional Design and Technology (IDT) Portfolio, Spring 2016
Enables students to create and publish a digital portfolio that demonstrates effective and meaningful integration and syntheses of instructional design and technology concepts, principles, and competencies learned across program courses at end-degree program point.
Course Descriptions from the George Mason University Catalog, Accessed on Oct 1, 2014