Graduate Catalog 2021-2022

Technology, Innovation and Pedagogy Ph.D.

College of Education & Behavioral Sciences

See "Technology Innovation and Pedagogy Ph.D."

Degree Requirements — 67 Credits

Content Core — 15 Credits

TIP 720Doctoral Seminar

3

TIP 721Learning Theories and Technology Integration

3

TIP 723Global & Cultural Perspectives in Educational Technology

3

TIP 725Critical Theory and Research in Educational Technology

3

Select one of the following:

PSY 644Motivation in Education

3

PSY 674Measurement I: Classical Test Theory

3

PSY 681Learning and Instruction

3

Research Core — 12 credits

TIP 700Methods of Research in Instructional Design and Educational Technology I

3

SRM 602Statistical Methods I

3

SRM 680Introduction to Qualitative Research

3

SRM 700Advanced Research Methods

3

Select 9 credits from the following:

EDF 601Discourse Analysis in Language and Literacy Research

3

SRM 603Statistical Methods II

3

SRM 627Survey Research Methods

3

SRM 685Educational Ethnography

3

SRM 686Qualitative Case Study Research

3

SRM 687Narrative Inquiry

3

TIP 701Methods of Research in Instructional Design and Educational Technology II

3

TIP 770Visual Methods for Educational Research in Digital Contexts

3

Or, other advance statistical or research methods courses with advisor.

Select one of the following Cognates:

1. Integration & Innovation Cognate — minimum of 15 credits

TIP 740Innovations in Technology & Education

3

TIP 741Design Thinking

3

TIP 742Multimedia & Computer Graphics

3

TIP 743Visual and New Media Literacy

3

TIP 745Multimodal Composing

3

TIP 747Simulations in Education

3

TIP 749Gaming and Application Design

3

2. Instructional Technology Cognate — minimum of 15 credits

TIP 730Performance Technology for Instructional Environments

3

TIP 731Advanced Instructional Design Theory, Research and Practice

3

TIP 733Case Studies in Instructional Design and Performance Technology

3

TIP 735Online Theory and Management

3

TIP 737Technology Leadership & Managing Educational Projects

3

Comprehensive Exam (no credit)

Students demonstrate a menu of competencies in an electronic portfolio and respond to two exam questions. Students showcase competencies during the oral defense.

Dissertation — 16 credits

TIP 797Dissertation Proposal Research

1- 4

TIP 799Dissertation Research

1-12

TIP 797: Take 4 credits.

TIP 799: Take 12 credits.

Program Requirement: Students are required to complete a minimum of one academic year of field-based engagement related to future professional aspirations. Students are encouraged to work with faculty on research, attend and present at conferences, and publish papers in scholarly journals.