Dr. Calandra meeting with PhD candidate Missy Ball.
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Instructional Technology Ph.D.

The Instructional Technology Ph.D. provides specialization for individuals in the following areas: instructional design, alternative instructional delivery systems, research, management and consulting. The program is designed for highly competent individuals who are working in the instructional technology field in a wide variety of educational, training and development areas such as those found in schools, higher education, business, industry and government agencies.

Career Options

Our graduates have taken leadership positions in higher education, corporate and non-profit sector and K12 education. Some possible position titles include university professor, training and development manager, curriculum designer, instructional developer and instructional technology director. LTD is situated in the heart of downtown Atlanta, which gives our students the opportunity to intern at a variety of different places, including, fortune 500 companies, national and international non-profit organizations, government entities and healthcare organizations.

Who Should Apply?

Applicants must aspire to or currently hold a position related to the application of instructional technology in an education or training environment. In addition, the applicant must possess basic computing technology skills.

Please note: This program does not lead to certification by the Georgia Professional Standards Commission.

Visit our graduate admissions page for:

  •     application deadlines
  •     application requirements
  •     how to apply
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