Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation, M.S.

Program Requirements

The master’s program in Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation requires 30 graduate credits. Many students complete this program in one calendar year, fall to summer, but part time study is also an option for those working. All courses are available in both a fully online and in campus-based format (utilizing both in-person and online courses). Students enrolled in the fully online program can study from anywhere with no on-campus time commitment.

In this program, you’ll take courses in instructional design, technologies, and assessment in a wide range of settings. Students will also complete and present a portfolio of work created in courses and reflections on skills and knowledge gained. Coursework areas may include:

  • Principles of Instruction and Learning
  • Techniques in Educational Evaluation
  • Technologies for Instructional Settings
  • Educational Technology in International Settings
  • Strategies in Educational Project Management
  • Analysis for Human Performance Technology Decisions

More information on academic requirements available in the Syracuse University Course Catalog.