Master of Science in Information & Instructional Design
You'll learn the in-demand skills you'll need to be successful in information and instructional design. In today's complex world, effective instruction takes more than the ability to put together a PowerPoint presentation. It requires strategy. Our rigorous curriculum will give you the critical thinking and technical skills to become an instructional strategist.
Your coursework will cover topics in both instructional theory and application and technical communication. It will also incorporate the numerous technologies and media where instruction and communication happen. A snapshot of courses includes:
--Instructional Systems Design
--Technology Applications in Teaching and Learning
--Educational Psychology—The Adult Learner
--Online Instructional Development
--Foundations of Multimedia
You can work in any industry that requires information and instructional solutions, including business, education, government, and healthcare. Or you can work as a contractor across these industries and more.
The skills you'll apply in your career field could include:
--content development or management.
International Student Requirements:
International students who did not earn a baccalaureate degree from a college in the U.S. should submit TOEFL scores.
Facts & Figures
International Financial Aid:
# of Credits Required:
Average Cost per Credit (Graduate):
$400 (2012/2013) USD
Specialized Institution—School of engineering and technology
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