Rotating Course Schedule for IST Campus Programs

Rotating Course Schedule for IST Campus Programs

Fall

F500: Teaching with Technology (1 credit)
R511: Instructional and Performance Technologies Foundations (3 credits)
R521: Instructional Design and Development I (3 credits)
R586: Practicum in Instructional Systems Technology (1-3 credits) **
R590: Independent Study or Research in IST (1-3 credits) **
R621: Analysis for Instruction and Performance Improvement (3 credits)
R660: Change Management, Consulting, Group Training (3 credits – offered only in fall, on even numbered years)
R685: Topical Seminar for Ph.D. (3 credits)
R686: Internship in IST (3-6 credits) **
R695: Research Seminar in IST (3 credits)
R711: Readings in Instructional Technology (Ph.D.) (3 credits)
R795: Dissertation Proposal Preparation (3 credits)
R799: Doctoral Dissertation in IST (1-12 credits) **

Spring

F500: Teaching with Technology (1 credit)
R541: Instructional Development and Production Process I (3 credits)
R546: Instructional Strategies to Facilitate Thinking, Collaboration, Motivation (3 credits)
R561: Evaluation and Change in the Instructional Development Process (3 credits)
R586: Practicum in Instructional Systems Technology (1-3 credits) **
R590: Independent Study or Research in IST (1-3 credits) **
R620: Job and Task Analysis for Performance Improvement (3 credits – offered only in spring, on even numbered years)
R685: Topical Seminar for Ph.D. (3 credits – on even numbered years)
R686: Internship in IST (3-6 credits) **
R690: Application of Research Methods in IST Issues (Ph.D.) (3 credits)
R695: Research Seminar in IST (3 credits)
R795: Dissertation Proposal Preparation (3 credits)
R799: Doctoral Dissertation in IST (1-12 credits) **

Summer

R542: Instructional Graphic Design (3 credits)
R586: Practicum in Instructional Systems Technology (1-3 credits) **
R590: Independent Study or Research in IST (1-3 credits) **
R686: Internship in IST (3-6 credits) **
R799: Doctoral Dissertation in IST (1-12 credits) **

**Special arrangements and their approval by the IST office are required. Although the IST department chairperson is the instructor of record in the Schedule of Classes, the student is typically supervised by and works with other faculty or sponsors. 

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