Draft 2021-2022 Catalog 
    
    Nov 23, 2020  
Draft 2021-2022 Catalog

Learning and Instruction Minor


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Learning and instruction (L&I) is the application of psychological principles and concepts to solve problems in educational and training settings. Our program examines individual differences, cognitive and social development, learning and motivational theory, instructional design, curriculum delivery, classroom management, and assessment through research and hands-on experience.

Program Learning Outcomes


The faculty in the Doctoral Program in Learning and Instruction will provide students with foundational-level skills for scholarship in learning and instruction.

  • Students will demonstrate an understanding of data-analysis skills.
  • Students will demonstrate scholarly analysis of research articles.
  • Students will demonstrate scholarly writing.

The faculty in the Doctoral Program in Learning and Instruction will provide students with advanced-level skills for scholarship in learning and instruction.

  • Students will demonstrate the ability to critically evaluate standardized assessment instruments of their own choosing.
  • Students will demonstrate the ability to write results sections of research studies.
  • Students will demonstrate the ability to apply literature review techniques to a subject of their own choosing.

The faculty in the Doctoral Program in Learning and Instruction will provide students with the ability to design, conduct, and communicate original research of their own choosing.

  • Students will communicate original research.
  • Students will design, conduct, and write up original research of their own choosing.

Minor Requirements (12 Units)


Complete 12 units in L&I (600:799)

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