The effectiveness of an instructor hinges on his or her ability to remain relevant and relatable to any given audience. In today's boardrooms and classrooms, that relevance is bedded in dynamic and interactive media.
The Instructional Design & Technology master of science degree program is designed to provide new tools and methods to improve instruction. Some of these methods include the use of tools like Apple’s professional media creation applications and other digital media concepts – in addition to fundamental techniques like storytelling and game strategy. You’ll also explore theories about how people learn and become motivated, and learn how to create compelling and inspirational content for online curricula.
- You must have a bachelor’s degree or higher
- Degree held must be of similar scope/subject matter as the intended graduate degree program, with a transfer academic average of 2.5
- Applicants with a GPA lower than the required 2.5 must submit a Letter of Intent, résumé and college transcripts for Program Director review
- Students with an undergraduate degree from an unrelated scope or subject matter may be considered for admission upon provision of a Statement of Intent and a professional résumé
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