Bachelor of Science in Instructional Design and Technology

As of 2014, e-learning has become a $56.2 billion industry.1 With so much focus on online learning, educational games, and online corporate training courses, the demand for interactive learning tools and programs is growing exponentially.

You have a passion for education and design, and you want to be uniquely positioned to succeed in an industry with exciting career and growth opportunities—and new ones being added every day. Our Instructional Design & Technology program blends the skills and principles of graphic design and teaching to create engaging, intuitive learning experiences with the user’s experience in mind, using the latest interactive tools and techniques.

In our B.S. in Instructional Design & Technology, you’ll:

  • Gain skills in instructional technology, learning theory, multimedia development, ethical considerations, and the development of instructional content for a variety of digitally based learning environments

  • Learn how to build high-quality, engaging e-learning programs for schools and students of all ages

  • Design and develop interactive training programs for corporate environments, as well as teaching manuals or student guides

* Post University’s B.S. in Instructional Design & Technology is not a teacher licensure program.


The Bachelor of Science in Instructional Design and Technology program at Post University will prepare students for a variety of occupations in training and education. Throughout this program students explore the concepts of instructional design and instructional technology and, through project-based learning activities they develop employable skills in the field of instructional design and technology. The BS IDT program educates students to achieve their professional goals by providing relevant, hands-on experience that incorporates current educational theory and practice. 

Graduates of the BSIDT program are prepared for positions in instructional design, instructional technology, e-learning design, training and performance improvement, and instructional systems design. After program completion, graduates are uniquely qualified to serve as leaders in the field of instructional design and technology due to the practical application and experience our learners gain. Specific focus is placed on project-based learning strategies that enable students to gain specific experiences and skills that are highly sought after by industry employers.

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