MEd in Instructional Design

Education, emergent media, curriculum & culture.

This area of study will be of particular interest to teachers, curriculum developers, courseware authors, training and professional development officers, and instructional technology specialists.

Instruction design explores the theories and processes of instructional design in the development of classroom instruction, Web-based courses, and other instructional media. Students examine the capabilities and constraints of traditional and emergent media, as well as the relationship between curriculum and culture.

Applicants to the MEd in Instructional Design must have a Bachelors degree in Education or a related discipline, a minimum cumulative GPA or 3.0 (B), and, preferably, some work experience as an instructor or instructional designer.

MEd Instructional Design Planning Guide

Tentative Schedule of Courses 

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PLEASE NOTE: The MEd Instructional Design Program has an open deadline date (must submit applications 3 months prior to intended start date)