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This program uses methods of the social sciences, encompassing both qualitative and quantitative approaches to the study of communication and education. It asks in particular how education and other social systems change under the impact of new media. Faculty members and students pursue three broad areas of inquiry, enabling them to:

Reflect on the historical effects of media and on the cultural uses of developments such as face-to-face speech, writing, printing, photography, film, radio, television, computers, and networked multimedia;
Use anthropological and linguistic methods to study how the diverse forms of communication, literacy, information processing, and cognition condition educational practice; and
Explore positive and negative effects of media on social relations and develop strategies for using information and communication technologies to improve conditions of education and life.

In the course of completing a degree, the student should expect to attend closely to both technical artifacts and human activity; that is, both to material systems of communication in which technologies are the primary interest and to interpersonal, direct communication dynamics in which unmediated exchanges, face-to-face, are the subject of inquiry. A major theme for continuous reflection should be the diverse ways in which the modes of communication condition the meanings actually, and potentially, communicated—particularly through the wide variety of digital means available to us.

Minimum Point Requirement
A minimum of 90 points of coursework are required for completion of the degree. A maximum of 45 semester hours of course credits from previous, non-Teachers College work may be transferred to count toward the 90 points required for the Ed.D. degree (see below for specifics).

Required Courses (43 points)
While the program in Communication, Media, and Learning Technologies Design has several required areas, there are many course choices available to students within those areas. Thus, while 43 points of requirements are listed, only 19 points are prescribed courses, and students have significant course choices within the 43 points of coursework that are taken within the required areas.

MSTU 4000: Core Seminar (1 point)

Ed.D. students who begin their programs in the Fall register for MSTU 4000 (for 1 point) that Fall and register for MSTU 6600 each semester thereafter (see details below). Ed.D. students who begin their programs in the Summer register for MSTU 4000 (for 1 point) in the subsequent Fall semester and for MSTU 6600 each semester thereafter.

MSTU 6600: Doctoral Colloquium (2 points required)

Ed.D. students register for MSTU 6600 beginning in their first Spring semester in the program and for each semester thereafter.
Ed.D. students must take MSTU 6600 for a total of two points after taking MSTU 4000. After two points of registration in MSTU 6600 has been achieved, students must register for MSTU 6600 for zero points continually, throughout their programs.

MSTU 4016: History of Communication (3 points)

MSTU 5606: Readings in Communication Theory and Social Thought I (3 points)

MSTU 4031: Object-Oriented Theory and Programming I (3 points) OR MSTU 5003: Theory and Programming: Interactive Media I (3 points)

MSTU 7501 or MSTU 7503: Dissertation Seminar (1 point)

Students must register for the Dissertation Seminar in the semester that they present their Dissertation Proposal for approval.

One course from each of the following four areas must be completed. Courses must be chosen from those listed under the respective area (12 points).

Cognitive Issues and Technology

MSTU 4133: Cognition and Computers

Social Issues and Technology

MSTU 4020: Social and Communicative Aspects of ICTs
MSTU 4005: Equity, Ethics and Social Issues

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Teachers College

Pilihan kuliah


Biaya kuliah
US$41.736,00 (Rp 596.228.571) per tahun
Tanggal mulai

Direncanakan Januari, September 2023


Columbia University

116th Street, 2960 Broadway,

New York,

10027, United States

Persyaratan masuk

Untuk mahasiswa dari Amerika Serikat

Other English Language Requirements:  The minimum TOEFL score expected is 600 (written) or 250 (computer version).

Untuk mahasiswa internasional

Applicant must hold equivalent of a U.S. baccalaureate degree.

English Language Requirement

Applicant must have minimum TOEFL score of 100 internet based (IBT), 600 paper-base exam (PBT) and minimum IELTS score of 7.0

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