Our 8-week instructional design course includes:
an introduction to learning theory, instructional design models, and the instructional design and development process.
Whether you are in health care, education, business, software development, or a trainer in any other industry, this online course will help you analyze, design, and develop instruction.
Register now to reserve a spot. There is no registration fee to reserve a class. No transcripts are required.
Summer: May 3 - June 25, 2021
Tuition: $466 per semester hour graduate credit ($1,398 for a three-credit course)
Summer Tuition Due - July 21, 2021
Fall: August 30 - October 22, 2021
Tuition: $476 per semester hour graduate credit ($1,428 for a three-credit course)
Fall Tuition Due - October 2021
Your projects focus on solving an instructional need in your work, volunteer, or community organization.
NOTE: Throughout the instructional design certificate courses, you will create portfolio quality products. For this course, you will create a design document and develop a unit or module of instruction/training.
You will study variables that affect adult learning, techniques for stimulating and sustaining learner motivation, and how to reinforce learning.
If you need a copy of the syllabus for your employer to approve enrollment in the class, email: Online Professional Development or call 715-642-0209.
3 semester hours of graduate credit
Instructors: Nicholle Stone and Kevin Bowersox-Johnson
We invite you to enroll in our instructional design course to meet your professional development goals if you seek a career change, graduate credits, or just a refresher course.
This course is an approved elective in the Master of Science in Education online degree program.
Our students include:
- health educators pursuing a career in education settings in hospitals, dental programs, clinics, long-term care facilities, retirement/assisted living facilities, in-home healthcare, or other professionals who deliver instruction or continuing education to health professionals, including computer-based learning;
- continuing education and outreach facilitators in museums, government, professional associations, and nonprofit organizations and military settings;
- web developers, software designers, and computer support personnel who develop reference materials, documentation, and customer support tutorials;
- instructional designers for textbook or e-learning companies;
- K-12 teachers, curriculum coordinators, professional development coordinators, and continuing education professionals who want to update or expand their knowledge in curriculum development, assessment, and revitalize their teaching and learning strategies or shift their career in a different direction;
- Instructional/educational technologists who support educators in redesigning courses.