The Instructional Design and Technology (GC-IDT) program is a 15-credit offering designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to create effective instructional materials and integrate technology into a variety of learning environments. This program is suitable for those interested in pursuing careers in K-12 schools, universities, and industry.
While this program does not lead to a graduate degree, the credits earned can be transferred to the ITLD master’s program or other graduate programs. It is important to note that this program is not intended to replace a master’s degree, but rather serves as an additional credential for those seeking to advance their careers in the field of instructional design and technology.
For more information about the GC-IDT program, please contact Leping Liu, Ph.D., professor of Information Technology & Statistics at firstname.lastname@example.org or Li-Ting Chen, Ph.D., associate professor of Quantitative Methods & Learning Sciences at email@example.com.