Instructional Design and Technology
Ed. D. in Instructional Design and Technology professionals facilitate learning and performance through the systematic planning, creation, and assessment of technological solutions in a broad range of instructional settings and environments. MEd-IDT candidates take courses emphasizing instructional technology and design principles, theories, methods, and applications. As an IDT professional, you will design individualized programs for school and corporate audiences: K-12 face-to-face, blended, and online environments; post-secondary and higher education; and business/industry entities in support of training and consulting endeavors.
Instructional Design and Technology, M.Ed.
Preparing professional educators for leadership, development, and performance improvement in organizations
- Graduation Requirements
- Instructional Design and Technology Core (12 credits)
- IDT Specialty Studies (15 credits)
- Research/Applied Field Study (6 credits)
Instruction Development Specialist/Director
Organizational Development professional
Instruction Technology Specialist