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Get a Degree in Instructional Design
WKU Offers Two Graduate Level Programs
What do instructional designers do?
Instructional Design practitioners design and develop instructional materials such as instructional videos, online instructional activities, user manuals for instructors, instruction manuals for commercial products, professional development curricula for teachers, multi-media instructional units, training packs for trainers, instructional materials for vocational/technical courses, lesson and unit plans for classroom use, and educational curricula.
Both programs are completely online!
What jobs do instructional designers get?
Instructional designers may expect employment as trainers in businesses, corporations, school and university settings, government agencies, and military services.
Instructional design graduates may also be employed as managers of technology-based systems and designers of technology products in settings that include corporations, universities, community colleges, medical centers, libraries, and school districts.
Let us help you get started or progress in a rewarding career as an instructional designer!