Prepare to solve complex challenges in organizational performance, corporate training and professional development, or classroom learning with the University of West Florida’s master’s degree in instructional design and technology online program.
The M.Ed. in Instructional Design and Technology provides learners with the skills necessary to analyze complex organizational challenges and identify, design, develop, implement and evaluate appropriate solutions. Graduates are prepared to lead technology integration efforts as well as training and other performance improvement initiatives in K-12, higher education, healthcare, military, corporate and other organizational settings.
You’ll study the latest technology and its uses for teaching and learning and prepare to design learning systems for anyone, on any topic, in any format. You graduate ready to optimize performance in classrooms, companies, face-to-face interactions and distance-learning programs.
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2 years | Full time
Choose the Right Degree Path For You
Our online master’s in instructional design program provides customized learning options with your choice of a specialization or one of two concentrations.
Technology Leadership Specialization
Develop your ability to identify and analyze organizational problems and opportunities and solve those challenges with the design, development, implementation, evaluation and management of processes and resources.
Human Performance Technology (HPT) Concentration
Learn to analyze individual and organizational performance issues and identify, develop, implement and evaluate appropriate solutions to improve performance.
Distance Learning (DL) Concentration
Apply current technology tools in online environments with a focus on integrating modern distance education and virtual training systems. UWF graduates with this degree work in curricular, instructional, performance or distance-learning environments where they design, produce and evaluate instructional materials and manage teams or technology projects.
Only one is required
A cumulative undergraduate GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale