As an Instructional Designer, you can help lead the charge in creating highly interactive and engaging learning materials. Post University’s B.S. in Instructional Design and Technology can help you develop the knowledge and skills needed to excel in this growing field.
As an Instructional Designer you can:
Through relevant, hands-on experience that incorporates current educational theory and practice, students in Post University’s B.S. in Instructional Design & Technology will develop skills in instructional technology, learning theory, multi-media development, ethical considerations, and the development of instructional content for a variety of digitally-based learning environments. Courses rely on a project-based teaching and learning model that will help you develop valuable real-world experience in skills uniquely relevant to the field of instructional design and technology.
Instructional Designers provide e-learning and mobile learning support for a broad range of employers, including corporations, non-profits organizations, and educational institutions. With a B.S. in Instructional Design & Technology, you will be prepared to build high-quality, student-focused and outcomes-driven e-learning experiences for students of all ages. In addition to designing training materials, teaching manuals or student guides, you also will be prepared to present and make recommendations on technology and instructional delivery methods. You may also choose to develop full course materials, e-learning modules, presentations and other multi-media materials in support of teaching and learning in K-12, higher education and corporate training settings.
Post University’s B.S. in Instructional Design & Technology is not a teacher licensure program.