The Master of Science in Instructional Design program has been developed to provide professionals with a competitive advantage for careers in learning and development through a personalized learning experience.
Professionals will have opportunities to upskill in key areas, such as instructional design principles, inclusive design, assessment, design ethics, research, and leadership. The program is rooted in experiential learning through real-world projects and exposure to regional organizations and industry leaders.
About the Program
The Master of Science in Instructional Design 30-hour program prepares professionals from any field to design digital learning solutions using a variety of instructional design approaches. Students will learn the foundations of evidence-based instructional design models, theories, and best practices by integrating creativity and technical skill. A teaching certificate is not required to enroll in this program.
The option to complete a prescribed 18-credit subset of the program will allow students to earn a Certificate in Instructional Design.
- Initial Certification Degrees
- Education (MA)
- Education (MAE)
- Teaching (MA) Certification Preparation
- Minors and Certificates
- Documents and Handbooks
- Leadership (EdD)
- Counseling (MA)