Classroom Type: Fully Online
The Digital Media Design for Learning minor focuses on using digital and social media platforms and technologies to design and produce learning experiences and materials for people in school, organizational, and community settings.
Interest Categories: Education & Counseling Science & Technology
Using digital and social media platforms and technologies, you will design and produce accessible materials and learning experiences for people in school, organizational, and community settings. People with the Digital Media Design for Learning minor go on to be designers and producers of educational software in publishing and software companies; designers and producers of online training and training materials for large, global companies and organizations; designers and producers of educational exhibits in art and science museums; and designers and academic-technology consultants in K12 and college/university settings. When you select this completely online minor you become a part of an existing vibrant learning design community and professional network. We look forward to working with you!
Recommended as a first course in the minor:
Select three courses from the following options:
Recommended as a final capstone experience for the minor, select one of these two courses:
Students must complete the following course, for a total of 3 credit hours:
Additionally, students must complete three elective courses for a total of 9 credits. View the program completion plan for a list of approved electives. Other electives may be taken with approval from the concentration director. All course descriptions can be found in the Graduate Academic Catalog.
Recommended Completion Time:1 to 2 years
Required Credits for Completion:15
If you are currently a CU Denver undergraduate student, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303.315.6300 to schedule an undergraduate advising appointment to discuss the process.
To earn a degree, students must satisfy all requirements in each of the areas below, in addition to their individual major requirements.