Degree Program Overview

The Doctorate in Instructional Systems Design and Technology is a fully online professional practice doctoral program designed to prepare individuals to lead the integration of technology into curriculum. Primarily, this doctoral program prepares individuals as leaders of instructional technology who will guide their organizations toward achieving meaningful integration of technology.

In addition, the degree also produces instructional technology leaders who are working in school districts, community colleges, universities, or businesses in support and service role regarding instructional design, assessment of learning/management systems, networking, and assessment/implementation of instructional software.

A unique, fully-online program, the Doctorate of Instructional Systems Design and Technology consists of a collaborative curriculum between the Department of Curriculum and Instruction and the Computer Science Department offering a meaningful blend of technical application and instructional theory. 

Program Breakdown

Brief breakdown of the type, or types, of degree available, their length, available enrollment, and estimated cost.
Category Degree Summary
Catalog Entry Doctorate of Edcucation (EdD)
Length 60 Credit Hours
Enrollment Fall
Costs Rates Per Semester
Admission Requirements Application Materials

Application Deadlines

  • Fall: March 1

Please note that application deadlines will occasionally change. Please contact the program director (listed in the contact section) for confirmation on application deadlines.

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