Instructional Design & Technology (M.Ed.)
Enhance instruction and learning at schools and colleges through effective instruction design and the use of technology.
K-12 schools and colleges need to smartly integrate technology into instruction to ensure effective learning. By earning a master’s degree in instructional design and technology from the University of North Dakota, you’ll be prepared to assist instructors in designing instruction and integrating technology into their instruction to enhance student learning.
- Program type:
- Master's Degree
- On-campus or online
- Est. time to complete:
- 2+ years
- Credit hours:
Why Study Instructional Design Technology at UND?
In addition to core requirements, you'll take courses in education or psychology, scholarly tools/research, electives and an area of emphasis.
The K-12 track complies with the International Society for Technology in Education standards for technology facilitators, the most widely accepted standards for technology integration in K-12 education, unique in North Dakota.
Benefit from the expertise of a diverse faculty that includes leaders in the field, including an expert in the use of digital games for the classroom and the coauthor of a leading textbook.
A scholarly project is required that addresses a practical problem or theoretical construct.
We offer a personal online experience with live evening classes (held to a 15-student maximum) and support services such as online tutoring, library and tech support. All students receive in-state tuition.
Top Online Education Degree in the Nation
Every instructional design and technology program offers education, but not every program prepares students to make a real impact the way UND does. UND is increasingly regarded as one of the top academic and research institutions in the nation for education. We consistently rank among the best for educational quality, affordability, and career outcomes.
Recognized by U.S. News & World Report as a top online Education program.
#21 - Best online graduate education program for veterans according to U.S. News & World Report.