with Preliminary Single or Multiple Subject Teaching Credential
The Master of Arts in Digital Technologies for Teaching and Learning (DTTL) prepares students to become sophisticated technology-using professionals who can provide leadership by integrating technology to achieve the goals of local and extended learning communities.
For candidates who complete all teaching credential program requirements at USF, the MA in Digital Technologies for Teaching and Learning (DTTL) may be obtained by successfully completing an additional 15 credits of DTTL coursework. For more information, contact the DTTL Program Coordinator, John Bansavich, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 422-5529.
DTTL Coursework | 15 credits
DTTL and Teacher Education course descriptions are in the School of Education section of
the USF General Catalog online.DTTL 631 - Instructional Design, Curricula, and Learning Theory (3)
DTTL 635 - DML Practicum I (3)
DTTL 670 - Issues, Trends & Research in DML (3)
DTTL Elective (3)
DTTL 690 - Professional Development Design (3) or
DTTL 691 - Field Project/Thesis in Educational Technology (3)
The preliminary teaching credentials offered in conjunction with the MA in Digital Technologies for Teaching and Learning are:
Preliminary Multiple Subject Credential with an optional Bilingual Authorization in Spanish | 36-40 credits.
Preliminary Single Subject Credential with an optional Bilingual Authorization in Spanish | 34-38 credits.