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Education (BS) General Studies Non-Certified (13EDGENBS); Special Plan in Learning Design & TechnologySee GEP Course Lists
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Freshman Year
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ENG 101, Academic Writing & Research4Health & Exercise Studies Course (any)1
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PSY 200, Intro to Psychology3GEP Mathematical Sciences3
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GEP Mathematical Sciences3SOC 202, Principles of Sociology3
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Communications/Speech Elective (recommend COM 211 Argumentation and Advocacy)3Free Elective3
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Health & Exercise Studies Course (any)1Teaching Field (recommend new course--undergraduate instructional design)3
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ED 100 Intro to Education2GEP Interdisciplinary Perspectives Elective (recommend ANT 261, Technology in Society & Culture)3
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Credit Hours161632
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Freshman Year Notes:
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Sophomore Year
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GEP Natural Science (any, although BIT 100 might provide further context of technology in society)3GEP Natural Science (recommend BIO 227, Understanding Structural Diversity through Biological Illustration)4
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Supporting Elective (recommend D 100, Design Inquiry I)3GEP Interdisciplinary Perspectives Elective (recommend D 101, Design Inquiry II)2-3
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Teaching Field (recommend ECI 201 Intro to Instructional Technology for Educators)3GEP Additional Breadth Elective (recommend ST 311 Intro to Statistics)3
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History Elective (region studies, any)3Literature Elective (recommend COM 395 Studies in Rhetoric & Digital Media, or COM 200 Communication Media in a Changing World)3
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Free Elective3Free Elective1
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Credit Hours151328
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Sophomore Year Notes: students take a two-course design sequence, gain experience drawing by hand/illustration
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Junior Year
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ELP 344 School and Society3PSY 376 Development Psychology3
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Supporting Elective (recommend CSC 281 Foundations of Interactive Game Design)3Supporting Elective (recommend TDE 205 Desktop Publishing and Imaging)3
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Teaching Field (recommend new course--programming for educators)3Teaching Field (recommend new course--product strategy)3
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Teaching Field (recommend EI 201 Exploring Interdisc Entrepreneurial Thinking)3Teaching Field (recommend EI 331 Interdisc Entrepreneurial Thinking I: Skills & Planning Basics)3
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Advanced Writing Elective (recommend ENG 331, Communication for Engineering and Technology, or ENG 332, Communication for Business and Management)3Education Elective (recommend STS 214 Intro to Science Technology & Society)3
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Free Elective (recommend SLC 250 Critical and Creative Decision Making Models)3
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Credit Hours151833
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Junior Year Notes: complete two-course entrepreneurial sequence
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Senior Year
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EDP 304 Educational Psychology3Free Elective (recommend HA 240 Intro to Visual Culture)3
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Free Elective (recommend GC 420 Visual Thinking) 3Teaching Field (recommend taking the first four 500-level CORE courses from LDT master's program (ECI 511, 515, 516, and 517); if unavailable, students may opt to take ECI 512, 513, 514, and special topics courses listed under the number ECI 519)3
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Free Elective (recommend AEE 325 Planning and Delivering Non-Formal Education)3Teaching Field (recommend taking the first four 500-level CORE courses from LDT master's program (ECI 511, 515, 516, and 517); if unavailable, students may opt to take ECI 512, 513, 514, and special topics courses listed under the number ECI 519)3
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Supporting Elective3Teaching Field (recommend taking the first four 500-level CORE courses from LDT master's program (ECI 511, 515, 516, and 517); if unavailable, students may opt to take ECI 512, 513, 514, and special topics courses listed under the number ECI 519)3
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Teaching Field (recommend taking the first four 500-level CORE courses from LDT master's program (ECI 511, 515, 516, and 517); if unavailable, students may opt to take ECI 512, 513, 514, and special topics courses listed under the number ECI 519)3
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Credit Hours151227
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Senior Year Notes: begin taking some 500-level development courses from LDT master's program (these are online courses); substitution courses are allowed to gain more development expertise (e.g., video production, programming)120
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Below are the options for the 4+1 Accelerated Bachelor's-Master's (ABM) Option. Eligible students with a 3.5 undergraduate GPA can double-count 12 hours from their B.S. towards a Master's degree, completing both their B.S. and Master's degree in as little as five years. Students enroll in either the M.Ed. program or the M.S. program. The M.S. program requires a research study and written thesis defended in front of a faculty committee. It is estimated students will spend one extra year to earn the M.Ed., or one and a half extra years to earn the M.S.
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Master's +1 Year M.Ed. Track (note eligile students with 3.5 undergrad GPA can double-count 12 hours from B.S. toward a master's degree; 18 new hours completed in year 5 to complete 30-hour M.Ed. requirement)
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FallSpring
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Students select from 500-level instructional/media design courses in LDT master's program (i.e., ECI 511, 512, 513, 514, 515, 516, 517, 518, 519)3Students select from 500-level instructional/media design courses in LDT master's program (i.e., ECI 511, 512, 513, 514, 515, 516, 517, 518, 519)3
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Students select from 500-level instructional/media design courses in LDT master's program (i.e., ECI 511, 512, 513, 514, 515, 516, 517, 518, 519)3ECI 652 Field-Based Applications of Learning Design & Technology3
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ECI 546 New Literacies and Media3ECI 502 Technology Program Evaluation3
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Master's +1.5 Year M.S. Track (note, eligible students with 3.5 undergraduate GPA can double-count 12 hours from B.S. toward a Master's degree; 24 new hours completed in years 5-6 to meet 36-hour M.S. requirements)
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Students select from 500-level instructional/media design courses in LDT master's program (i.e., ECI 511, 512, 513, 514, 515, 516, 517, 518, 519, 586, 587, 588, 589)3ECI 652 Field-Based Applications of Learning Design & Technology3
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ST 511 Statistical Methods for Researchers I3ST 512 Experimental Statistics for Biological Sciences II3
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ECI 546 New Literacies and Media3ECI 502 Technology Program Evaluation3
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SummerFall
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Students select from 500-level instructional/media design courses in LDT master's program (i.e., ECI 511, 512, 513, 514, 515, 516, 517, 518, 519, 586, 587, 588, 589)3ECI 699 Master’s Thesis Preparation*3 if needed
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ECI 695 Master’s Thesis Research3
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*M.S. students may take one extra semester of master's thesis preparation if they do not complete thesis requirements in summer
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