Instructional Designer, Developer, Evaluator
“If your dreams do not scare you, they are not big enough.” (Ellen Johnson Sirleaf)
Syracuse, New York, United States
Overview of the Instructional Design Development and Evaluation Program
The School of Education hosts this program. It is a one year master of science program which helps students develop the competencies required to identify and evaluate learning and performance problems and to design, develop, implement, evaluate and manage appropriate instructional/non-instructional solutions to these problems. The courses offered through this program enable students through practical projects to develop competencies to design, create, implement, and evaluate non-technology and technology-supported instructional solutions for a variety of educational and professional settings.
This program requires 30 credits, including ten (10) required core courses. Full-time enrolled students can complete four (4) courses in the fall semester, four (4) courses in the spring semester, and two (2) online courses in the summer semester.
- IDE 552 Digital Media Production
- IDE 611 Technologies for Instructional Settings
- IDE 621 Principles of Instruction and Learning
- IDE 631 Instructional Design & Development I
- IDE 632 Instructional Design & Development II
- IDE 641 Techniques in Educational Evaluation
- IDE 712 Analysis for Human Performance Technology Decisions
- IDE 737 Advanced Instructional Design (capstone course)
- IDE 761 Strategies in Educational Project Management
- IDE 772 Educational Technology in International Settings
The program culminates with a portfolio presentation of completed work to IDD&E faculty.