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Ed.D. in Instructional Design

Northcentral University's Doctor of Education in Instructional Design is for education practitioners seeking to fully realize their project development and management skills. Check out this article for more information.

Official Program Name:

Doctor of Education in Instructional Design (EdD-ID)

School Offering Program:

Northcentral University

Degree Level:

Doctorate

Program Prerequisites:

Students applying for the Doctor of Education in Instructional Design at Northcentral University should be interested in advancing their knowledge of developing learning materials and experiences and taking on a leadership position in the field. Applicants to Northcentral University's online doctorate programs should already have earned a master's degree from an accredited institution; additional requirements may apply for some programs.

Program Description:

The Doctor of Education in Instructional Design offered by Northcentral University provides an opportunity for students to deepen their knowledge of the instructional design field, through a combination of foundational studies, training with the latest authoring software, and collaborative work with subject matter experts. This program is intended to help students further develop their design and leadership skills so that they may be applied to a range of industries and situations. In addition to its coursework in advanced instructional design practices, this program covers topics in development models, design evaluation, project management, game theory, and other special considerations. This program culminates with the successful completion and presentation of a dissertation.

Learning Format:

Online

Program Length:

54 credits

Financial Aid:

Grants, loans, scholarships and other forms of financial aid are available for qualifying students. For more information, contact Northcentral University's financial aid office.

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Required Courses for the Doctor of Education in Instructional Design:

The Doctor of Education in Instructional Design must be completed in seven years. It contains Degree program and course requirements are subject to change. Contact Northcentral University to confirm the most accurate information before enrolling in a program.

Doctor of Education in Instructional Design Core Courses (42 credits)

  • Foundations for Doctoral Study in Education
  • Advanced Instructional Design
  • Advanced Scholarly Writing
  • Theoretical Foundations of Instructional Design
  • Leading and Managing Complex Design Projects
  • Statistics I
  • Development Models and Evaluation of Design
  • Advanced Simulations, Games, and Mobile Design
  • Research Methods
  • Development of Organizational Leadership
  • Scholarly Literature Review
  • Special Considerations for the ID Leader
  • Students choose one:
    • Advanced Qualitative Design and Measurement
    • Advanced Quantitative Design and Measurement
  • Doctoral Comprehensive Assessment: Pre-Candidacy Prospectus

Dissertation Courses (12 credits)

  • Chapter 1 Introduction
  • IRB and Data Collection
  • Chapter 2 Research Method and Design
  • Chapter 3 Findings and Recommendations

Post-Graduation Opportunities

Career Paths:

Graduates of Northcentral University's Doctor of Education in Instructional Design might be prepared for advanced roles related to the creation or management of design projects across a range of sectors. Graduates may find themselves collaborating with stakeholders and applying their instructional design skills to solve complex training problems, to evaluate the methods or technology employed in a project, or to strategically address the various ethical or legal factors that may influence a learning environment.

Potential career opportunities include:

  • Senior instructional designer
  • Design team leader
  • Learning and development manager
  • Instructional coordinator
  • Distance learning coordinator

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