Department of Education
Master's in Instructional Design and Technology
(Major Code: 5466)
The program is:
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Learn about courses to help you:
Ride the job market with high-level business computing skills
No matter what career you have or seek, every employer hopes for high-level skills with business productivity software. They want you to be able to support business decisions with data stored in a database like Microsoft Access and analyzed with a spreadsheet like Microsoft Excel. They want you to present that data in attention-grabbing presentations using tools like Microsoft PowerPoint and Adobe Captivate.
Navigate tight design corners with dynamite design skills
The US government Bureau of Labor Statistics says the field of Web Design /Graphic Design is going to grow by 26,000 jobs in the coming years. The best Web drivers can earn over $74,730 a year! To suit up for this racetrack, you will need Website Construction skills like Adobe Dreamweaver, and Graphic Design Skills like Adobe Fireworks. Learn all these in EDT 6380: Webmastering (Web Design) , and EDT 6350: Digital Graphics. Then put the pedal to the metal with custom Web coding in EDT 6382: Advanced Web Design and Flash animation, Photoshop, InDesign Advanced Publishing, and Illustrator in EDT 6392.
Cruise Victory Lane as a corporate training professional or school technology specialist
Corporate trainers and school technologists alike need to know how to construct learning materials that keep students on the edge of their seats. This involves learning the latest tips and tricks of the training trade based on both research and the long experience of seasoned professionals.
Film the race highlights for the 10 o'clock news
Video recording and production is both a fascinating hobby and a useful job skill. It involves shooting, lighting, sound control, editing, titling, and transferring the finished product to DVD. In EDT 6355: Movie Making and Editing with Adobe Premiere, we learn to make video from instructional videos produced by the nation's top working professionals.