Graduate Programs in Instructional Design, Development, and Evaluation
Graduate students in the Department of Instructional Design and Development are prepared to apply instructional analysis, design and develop instructional materials, evaluate instructional programs and assess learning achievement.
Through authentic real-world projects, students develop the skills to design, create, implement and evaluate technology-supported instructional solutions for K-12 education, higher education, the healthcare industry, government, business and non-profit organizations.
Applications are reviewed and accepted for Certificate, Master's degrees, and the C.A.S. program year round. If you want to apply for a scholarship as well, the application must be submitted (and complete) by December 1st for a progam start in the following Fall (August) semester.
Applications for the Ph.D. program must be submitted (and complete) by December 1st for a start in the following Fall (August) semester.