MALET Enrollment Sequences

The typical enrollment sequence for the research-focused, 36-credit program is as follows:

TermCreditsCourses
First 6 cr EDET 6005 - Learning with Emerging Technologies: Theory & Practice, 3 cr
EDET 6010 - Media Literacies in Emerging Technologies, 3 cr
Second 6 cr EDET 6015 - Instructional Design for Online Learning Environments, 3 cr
EDET 6020 - Issues and Ethics in the Digital Age, 3 cr
Third 6 cr EDET 6025 - Assessing Learning in Digital Environments, 3cr
elective or concentration course, 3 cr
Fourth 6 cr EDET 6030 - Advanced Design Seminar: Portfolio Project, 3 cr
elective or concentration course, 3 cr
Fifth 6 cr elective or concentration course, 3 cr
EDET 7010/15 - Proposal Seminar - Capstone or Research, 3 cr
Sixth 6 cr elective or concentration course, 3 cr
EDET 7020/25 - Final Project - Capstone or Research, 3 cr
Total 36 cr  

The typical enrollment sequence for the professional-focused, 30-credit program is as follows:

TermCreditsCourses
First 6 cr EDET 6005 - Learning with Emerging Technologies: Theory & Practice, 3 cr
EDET 6010 - Media Literacies in Emerging Technologies, 3 cr
Second 6 cr EDET 6015 - Instructional Design for Online Learning Environments, 3 cr
EDET 6020 - Issues and Ethics in the Digital Age, 3 cr
Third 6 cr EDET 6025 - Assessing Learning in Digital Environments, 3cr
elective or concentration course, 3 cr
Fourth 6 cr elective or concentration course, 3 cr
elective or concentration course, 3 cr
Fifth 6 cr elective or concentration course, 3 cr
EDET 7020 - Capstone Project: Professional Focus, 3 cr
Total 30 cr  

The graduate fall and spring terms are 15 weeks long, and the summer terms have some offerings for eight weeks and some for 15 weeks. The exact enrollment sequence should be planned by the student and the academic advisor.