Online Instructional Design & Technology Certificate Programs
- Focuses on:
- Corporate Training & Performance
- K-12 Technology Integration
- Uses project-based learning to help you know the difference between technology use and technology integration. You will apply instructional design theories rather than being tested on them.
- Accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).
- Follows the curriculum standards established by the Association for Educational Communications & Technology (AECT) and the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE).
- Designed for working professionals who are unable to complete a full-time, on-campus program.
- Available online with "live" Web classes held at set times that are convenient for you, such as in the evenings and/or weekends. You are not required to come to campus at any time.
- Offers personalized experiences with small class sizes (15-student maximum) and student support services, such as online tutoring, library, tech support and advising services.
- Provides access to technology resources, including your own web space.
- Begins every Fall (August), Spring (January) or Summer (May) Semester.*
- Offers in-state tuition rate for all online courses regardless of where you live!
- Allows you to apply IDT Graduate Certificate coursework to the online Master's Degree in Instructional Design & Technology.
*For the Corporate Training & Performance and eLearning Certificates, you must start in either the Fall or Spring Semester. You may not begin in the Summer Semester.
Leading Experts in Instructional Design
Learn from internationally known leaders in the IDT field, including:
- an expert in the use of digital games for the classroom
- a coauthor of a leading K-12 textbook, Integrating Technology for Meaningful Learning
- Benefit from the expertise of a diverse faculty with access to the various resources of the:
- Gain practical experience with professional projects designed by faculty who were instructional designers in the "real world."
- Experience strong one-on-one interaction with instructors who are committed to distance learning and are available to answer your questions by phone or email.
- August 1 (Fall)
- December 1 (Spring)
- May 1 (Summer)