Instructional Design & Technology (M.S.)
Learn to assess, create and manage job training in business, government and other organizations.
Ongoing job training to managers, staff and employees is essential. By earning a master’s degree in instructional design and technology from the University of North Dakota, you’ll be prepared to work as a training designer or developer.
- Program type:
- Master's Degree
- On-campus or online
- Est. time to complete:
- 2+ years
- Credit hours:
- 34 (scholarly project option), 36 (thesis option)
Why Earn a Master's in Instructional Design Technology at UND?
Learn from leaders in the field, including an expert in the use of digital games and problem-based learning. Gain practical experience with projects designed by faculty members who worked as professional instructional designers.
The IDT curriculum is part science and part art to develop effective instruction. In addition to core requirements, you'll take courses in: education or psychology, scholarly tools/research, electives and an area of emphasis.
Choose between two alternatives to earn your M.S. in Instructional Design & Technology:
- Thesis Option for pursuing a Ph.D.
- Scholarly Project for planning to become a professional instructional designer
Earn Your M.S. in Instruction Design & Technology Online
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.