Franklin University’s online Instructional Design and Learning Technology degree program focuses on instructional design as a means to drive performance improvement. Instructional design focuses on the delivery of transformational training and education solutions to develop the skills and knowledge of workers.
In addition to using learning and instructional theory to ensure quality of instruction, our IDLT curriculum also integrates human performance improvement. Related coursework examines the specific causes leading to poor performance, and analyzes how to overcome them by studying how a person operates in a specific setting, which skills they need to be successful, and which strategies will help enable them to succeed.
Combined, these two areas will arm you to become a change agent that designs innovative learning and performance improvement strategies that close the gap on an organization’s most pressing performance problems.
Franklin’s instructional design master's program curriculum is designed to industry standards, including ATD and ISPI, and teaches you skills highly sought after by employers in these areas: instructional systems design, educational technology, eLearning development, content development, and performance improvement. As a result, you’ll be well prepared to enter or advance your career as an instructional designer, trainer or educator.
Plus, you’ll assemble and present a portfolio of work, so you’ll be ready to share actual samples of instructional materials you’ve designed with potential employers. And you will gain hands-on experience with industry software and leverage emerging technologies to design instruction, including e-learning.
- Theories and Applications for Managing Projects and Relationships
- Principles of Human Performance Technology
- Enhancing Learning With Technology
- Learning Management Systems
- 16 months
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DisciplinesDesign Engineering Management Instructional Design View 139 other Masters in Engineering Management in United States
- Requirements for admission include having earned a bachelor's degree from an institutionally (formerly regionally) accredited institution with a GPA of at least a 2.75 on a 4.0 scale.
- Applicants who earned at least a 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale in their earned bachelor’s degree will automatically be granted conditional enrollment status. Applicants who earned lower than a 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale in their earned bachelor’s degree can petition for conditional enrollment status to the program chair by submitting an essay detailing other criteria that the applicant believes should be considered to demonstrate their ability to be successful in a graduate program. This petition could include details on the applicant’s work experience, work ethic, level of professionalism, personality characteristics, level of difficulty of program of study previously completed, etc.
International16080 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 670 USD per credit during 16 months.
National16080 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 670 USD per credit during 16 months.
In-State16080 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 670 USD per credit during 16 months.
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