Minor in Instructional Design and Technology

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The minor in instructional design and technology is designed to provide students in any major with the knowledge and skills to develop online learning as part of their job responsibilities. As more organizations are moving learning to digital platforms in almost every field, knowledge of instructional design and technology can enhance job opportunities. This minor will provide students with additional needed skills in their chosen profession.

The minor in instructional design and technology requires 18 credit hours, consisting of:

Required Courses    Credits
ADLT 301   Adult Learning Theory and Practice     3
ADLT 302   Basics of Instructional Design for Adult Learners     3
ADLT 304   Designing Online Learning for Adult Learners     3
ADLT 305    Technology for Learning and Development      3
ADLT 405   Project Management in Learning and Development    
ADLT 407   Culture and Instructional Design    
Total Hours         18

To learn more about this minor, contact Dr. Robin Hurst, associate professor and program coordinator.



  • Completion of the minor form (opening for applications spring 2022)

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