Anderson University will launch a new master’s degree program in Spring 2019 to help educators and professionals from healthcare and corporations better integrate technology into their instruction and training programs.
The Master of Science in Instructional Design and Learning Technology program is the result of a collaboration between the Center for Innovation and Digital Learning and Anderson University’s College of Education. The 30-credit-hour program will be offered entirely online and can be completed in as little as 12 months, according to a news release. Students will receive an iPad during their first course.
“Instructional design and learning technology students come from education, training, design or communications, among many other fields,” said Josh Herron, associate dean in the Center for Innovation and Digital Learning, in the release. “The program is designed to prepare professionals with various backgrounds to combine their strengths with instructional design processes and emerging technologies to create highly effective and engaging instruction.”