Ruqqayya Maudoodi

Director of Arts Online

Ruqqayya Maudoodi is an instructional technologist, educator, and researcher specializing in designing curriculum for online and hybrid delivery. She holds a doctoral degree in instructional technology from the University of Houston, a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction, and a bachelor’s degree in studio art and arts education with a concentration in printmaking. Her dissertation focused on the use of digital video and editing for self-reflection.

As an active member of the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, she is also a frequent presenter at meetings of the World Conference on E-Learning. Her current research interests include digital media for teaching and learning, massive open online courses, and the infrastructure and course development of hybrid and online degree programs.

She also has experience working with urban school districts and coordinating field experiences for teacher candidates with a focus on growing university partnerships with school districts and expanding relationships with other universities. Additionally, she has worked as an arts specialist in Houston’s Alief Independent School District.

Prior to joining Mason Gross, she served as a research fellow at the University of Houston designing curriculum for online delivery and teaching courses in educational technology.