Design effective instructional materials and implement effective strategies for workplace learning and performance improvement.
This degree provides you with an in-depth introduction to analyzing, developing and evaluating educational tools, programs and systems to be used in education or training settings. This 36-minimum-credit-hour program includes coursework, an internship, and a year-long studio project conducted under faculty supervision.
The Residential program is delivered as a studio program where student teams work under faculty mentorship on a year-long project sharing workspace in the Master’s Studio. You’ll be able to apply what you learn in foundation courses while gaining real-world experience during your capstone project.
In addition to completion of all course work, you are required to submit a professional portfolio profiling your skills, abilities, and achievements.