IT 800: Instructional Design

This online core class is available for the Fall term. Register today! CRN 59379, 3 credits.

This course presents a systematic method for the planning and development of instructional programs. Students will examine the research, theory, and principles supporting contemporary methods of instructional design as well as analyze and apply instructional design principles to specific instructional design problems. In addition, the course will culminate with a final project that applies instructional design principles, including the evaluation for instruction and the evaluation of instructional programs.

The generic pin for graduate students is GR2210. If  you have questions or need advice, contact our summer advisor A'Kena LongBenton at for help.


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