Instructional Design graduate certificate is an online 12 credit hours graduate certificate of study designed for instructional/training designers by utilizing instructional design to analyze, design, develop, implement, and evaluate resources, courses, and programs for a variety of learning delivery modalities. The program curriculum includes 4 prescribed courses, which provide the essence of state-of-the-art knowledge, skills, and ability in instructional design, program evaluation, instructional technologies, and presentation design and delivery. Upon completion of instructional design graduate certificate, students will be ready to work as professionals in instructional/training designer, trainer, learning technologies in profit and nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and educational institutions. For more information please contact Dr. Kibum Kwon at Kibum.Kwon@tamuc.edu or call 903-886-5582.
Students can earn an Instructional Design Graduate Certificate after completing 4 prescribed courses (12 credit hours).
|OLT 510||Utilizing Effective Instructional Technologies ||3|
|OLT 528||Introduction to Presentation Design ||3|
|OLT 578||Instructional Design and Development||3|
Note: Students must have admission to the Graduate School. Coursework must be completed at Texas A&M University-Commerce with a 3.0 GPA in all courses used for this graduate certificate. (No Substitutions)
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