About this course
The School of Education & Social Services' online M.S. in Instructional Design provides an advanced study in the systematic design of instruction.
The dynamic online program prepares you to design, develop, implement ,and evaluate efficient and effective instructional experiences for a variety of settings, including corporate training, military, adult learning, and higher education.
Instructional design courses prepare graduates to:
- Apply adult learning theory to course development
- Enhance the ID process and use it to solve real-world situations
- Use research-based practices to inform instructional strategy
- Develop a variety of instructional strategies and skills to be used in the design process
- Effectively use instructional technology and media for teaching and learning
- Evaluate training and instruction to ensure efficient and effective instruction and course improvement
Courses are guided by professional standards in the field, and focus on the development of specialized skills to develop curricula for the 21st century learner.
- Bachelor’s or Master’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university.
Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions previously attended sent directly from the former institution to the Office of Admissions. Graduates or former students of Saint Leo University do not need to submit transcripts if they have been previously submitted and are on file at the University.
- A 2.75 or higher GPA in the last 60 credits earned is required. Calculated GPA’s that fall below 2.75 may be considered for conditional admit.