Bachelor of Science in Interactive Media/Masters of Science in Learning Technologies –The undergraduate hours consist of: 1) 18 semester hours of Foundation courses, 2) 30 semester hours of General Education, 3) 13 semester hours of Experiential Learning, and 4) 47 semester hours of IMED Core courses. The graduate hours consist of: 1) 15 semester hours of LTMS core courses, 2) 6 semester hours of LTMS Experiential Learning, and 3) 15 semester hours of Graduate elective courses.
Interactive Media Requirements – This program requires a total of 47 semester hours. The semester hour value of each course appears in parentheses ( ).
Complete all of the following Interactive Media Core courses – 47 semester hours:
IMED 110 Introduction to Digital Design (2)
IMED 170 Visual Design Fundamentals (4)
IMED 205 Critical Game Studies (2)
IMED 240 Interactive Media I (4)
IMED 250 Video Production I (2)
IMED 290 Game Analysis Laboratory (1)
IMED 300 3D Modeling I (3)
IMED 310 3D Modeling II (3)
IMED 340 Interactive Media II (4)
IMED 385 Game Design (3)
IMED 400 Interactive Studio (4)
CISC 120 Fundamentals of Computing (4)
COMM 225 Cinema Studies (2)
ENGL 310 Creative Writing (3)
MEBA 210 Introduction to Internet and Web Technologies (3)
PMGT 510 Principles of Project Management (3)
Learning Technologies Requirements – The following courses comprise the Learning Technologies Master of Science program- 36 semester hours. The semester value of each course appears in parentheses ( ).
Complete all of the following Core courses – 15 semester hours
LTMS 500 Macro Instructional Design (3)
LTMS 510 Learning Technologies and Solutions (3)
LTMS 514 Media, Selection, Design and Production (3)
LTMS 518 eLearning Development (3)
LTMS 525 Learning Theories & Instructional Strategies (3)
Complete the following Experiential courses – 6 semester hours
GRAD 695 Research Methodology and Writing (3)
GRAD 699 Graduate Thesis
LTMS 698 Learning Technologies Internship (3)
LTMS 699 Learning Technologies Applied Project
Concentration courses – 15 semester hours
Many professionals are generalists in the field and the student may select an individualized general approach to LTMS program via the elective semester hours. As the profession evolves and new techniques and technologies create new opportunities, there are benefits to developing skills in a concentrated area. The Learning Technologies program offers concentrations that allow focus of elective coursework on a specific career outcome.
Details on these concentrations can be found in the Master of Science in Learning Technologies in the Graduate Education section of the website.
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