Curriculum & Program Outcomes

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Curriculum

Graduate Certificate in Instructional Design and Technology Total Credits
12 crs.
EDU623 Designing Learning Environments
3 crs.
EDU624  eLearning Design for Diverse Learning Environments
3 crs.
EDU625 Integrating Technology into Learning
3 crs.
EDU627 Managing Instruction and Technology
3 crs.

Note: Post University’s Master of Education program is not a teacher licensure program. Please check with your state and/or local district to confirm the use of this degree towards any path to certification.

The university reserves the right to change or update the curriculum at any time. The university will notify students of any changes officially through the university website. 

For full course descriptions please refer to the University Catalog for the current Academic Year.

  

Program Outcomes

The online Graduate Certificate in Instructional Design & Technology program at Post University prepares students to:

  • Apply theories of design and instruction to the development, design, implementation, and evaluation of educational experiences and events.

  • Develop instructional plans, strategies, and materials that are appropriate for a variety of learner characteristics, including global learners and learners with special needs.

  • Integrate technology into an instructional event that supports the use of Bloom’s digital/revised taxonomy.

  • Apply their growing understanding of project management principles and techniques to a real or proposed technology-infused educational program/project over a 5-year timeline.