MS in Instructional Design and Technology - Adult Learning and Higher Education
Purdue University Global's Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology for adult learning and higher education prepares graduates for a wide range of instructional and education-related private-sector and public-sector roles.
Official Program Name:
Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology
School Offering Program:
Purdue University Global
Students seeking to enter this program should have a strong undergraduate and/or professional background in business and skills related to the field of education. Applicants to Purdue University Global's MS in Instructional Design and Technology program must have earned a bachelor's degree.
The MS in Instructional Design and Technology program prepares students to create, implement, evaluate, and improve upon education and training curriculum and materials. The program incorporates active learning principles and relevant experiences in order to equip students with the skills they need to design and implement effective curriculum. Graduates in the Adult Learning and Higher Education track will be prepared for adult environments, and can pursue work in educational institutions, or private sector, non-profit, government, or military organizations.
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Eligible students could be able to receive financial aid in the forms of grants, loans, and scholarships. Contact Purdue University Global financial aid office for more information.
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Required Courses for Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology:
- HE521: Teaching Adult Learners (5 credits)
- IX535: Developing Instructional Materials (5 credits)
- IX536: Design and Development Tools (5 credits)
- IX542: Multimedia Development and Implementation (5 credits)
- IX565: Design of Learning Environments (5 credits)
Core Requirements and Electives
- IX500: Foundations of Instructional Technology (5 credits)
- IX510: Instructional Design (5 credits)
- IX520: Needs Assessment and Evaluation in Education and Training (5 credits)
- IX540: Research Methods for Education and Instructional Technology (5 credits)
- IX550: Project Management and Implementation in Education and Training (5 credits)
Graduates of the MS in Instructional Design and Technology program are qualified to pursue a wide variety of roles, including:
- instructional designer
- curriculum developer or coordinator
- project manager
- instructional technology specialist
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