Instructional Design with Technology
Using best practices in instructional design and technology, graduates will gain the confidence and up-to-date knowledge necessary to design, implement and teach effective online courses. Utilizing technology for global learning opportunities, this 12-unit certificate gives professionals grounding in the pedagogy of online and hybrid teaching and learning, from whatever current teaching or training resources they now use.
Each certification/authorization may be taken either as a stand-alone program or added to the Master of Arts in Education, Teaching and Learning (MATL) degree.
- Curricular Development, Innovation and Evaluation
- Using Technology to Support Student Learning
- Assessment and Design of Hybrid and On-line Learning
- Development and Implementation of Hybrid and On-line Learning
- Instructional Technology Project
For all included coursework, visit our current catalog.
Total Semester Units: 12 semester units
Format: Combination of face-to-face and distance learning. In class meetings are from 4:30-9 p.m., one night per week for a period of 8 weeks.
Completion time: 1 -2 semesters
Tuition and fees: Please visit our Graduate Student Financial Services website.
- Current Educators
- K-12 teachers
- Higher Ed Professors
- Department of Defense (DOD) Trainers
- Corporate Trainers
- Instructional Systems Designers
- Chief Learning Officer
- Operational Architect
- Curriculum Developer
- E-Learning & Distance Learning Developer
What does an
instructional designer do?
The instructional design competencies identified by the IBSPI (International Board of Standards for Training, Performance and Instruction) will give you a sense of what instructional designers might do. Not every instructional designer performs all of these tasks, as some are for those who are more advanced in their career.
- Communicate effectively in visual, oral and written form.
- Apply current research and theory to the practice of instructional design.
- Update and improve one’s knowledge, skills and attitudes pertaining to instructional design and related fields.
- Apply fundamental research skills to instructional design projects.
- Identify and resolve ethical and legal implications of design in the workplace.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
A graduate admissions counselor is available to answer questions about the admissions process, priority application dates and requirements.Bakersfield Stephanie Meier, Graduate Enrollment Counselor firstname.lastname@example.org (661) 377-4721
Mission Valley (San Diego) Amanda Bolton, Graduate Enrollment Counselor email@example.com (619) 563-2810