Instructional Design and Technology, EdS

Instructional Design and Technology, EdS

Program Overview

Keiser University's Education Specialist degree in Instructional Design and Technology prepares reflective scholars and capable professionals who implement instructional systems design, theory, tools and technologies to accomplish desired educational and training outcomes in various environments. The program fosters lifelong learning and values leadership, ethical and informed decision-making, diversity, assessment, program evaluation, effective communication, and advancements in technology. A Master's degree is required for admission into the EdS in Instructional Design and Technology.

Program Objectives

Upon completion of this program, students are able to create a shared vision of a learning culture by understanding and responding to the political, social, economic, legal and cultural environment. Students learn to respond to diverse communities of interest to create a safe, efficient and effective learning environment. In addition, students will explore and extrapolate implications in the advancement of future technologies in education and training on a global basis.

Keiser University's Education Specialist degree in Instructional Design and Technology program can enable students to effectively contribute to the education and training profession.

Contact Keiser University today for more information regarding our EdS in Instructional Design and Technology.