The Doctorate in Instructional Systems Design and Technology (ISDT) is a fully online professional practice and scholarly doctoral program designed to prepare individuals to lead the learning analysis in diverse contexts and the integration of technology into different types of learning environments. Primarily, this doctoral program prepares individuals as scholars of learning technologies who will lead learning analysis research and leaders of instructional technology who will guide their organizations toward achieving meaningful integration of technology.
The ISDT doctoral degree produces learning technology leaders and scholars who create instructional/learning materials for education, training, or performance improvement environments. Their professional fields are K-12 school districts, higher education, military training, medical education, and businesses in support and service roles. These roles include instructional/learning design, learning analysis, evaluation of learning management systems, educational networking, and assessment/implementation of instructional and learning technologies.
|Catalog Entry||Doctorate of Education (EdD)|
|Length||60 Credit Hours|
|Costs||Rates Per Semester|
|Admission Requirements||Application Materials|
- 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.
Office of Admissions
- Graduate Admissions Website
COE Grad HUB Doctoral Coordinator
- Ms. Brandy Bishop
- Kimberly LaPrairie, Ph.D.