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ID 560
Instructional Design Foundations

Systematic approach to instructional design, the contexts of application of this approach, and the roles of professionals in this field; Adapt and apply the process in a flexible and innovative manner. 3

ID 570
Systematic Instructional Design

Prerequisite or corequisite: ID 560 or instructor permission.

Systematic instructional design procedures to design, produce, and evaluate a unit of instruction.


ID 572
Improvement Analysis in the Workplace

Prerequisite or corequisite: ID 570 or instructor permission.

Foundational information and activities to develop the skills necessary to be successful in completing performance systems analysis in a variety of workplace settings.


ID 575
Special Topics in Instructional Design

Prerequisite or corequisite: ID 570 and instructor permission.

An in-depth examination of a topic of current interest and relevance to instructional design professionals. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 hours.


ID 577
Management of Instructional Systems

Prerequisites: ID 570 or approval of instructor.

Management of all phases of instructional development projects including planning, team selection and building, scheduling, budgeting, monitoring, and evaluating. Emphasizes practical skill development and the use of management tools and systems.


ID 583
Training Design and Development

Prerequisite: ID 570 or permission of instructor.

Production of training materials in a variety of settings. Design, develop, and conduct formative evaluation of a training session for an external client.


ID 585
Distance Education Opportunities and Challenges

Critical concepts, issues, technologies, and models of distance education. Explores the design and technologies of quality interactive education at a distance.


ID 587
Trends and Issues in Instructional Design

History of instructional design, major contributors, ID theorists, issues and trends likely to impact the field, and professional organizations.


ID 588
Multimedia Design

Prerequisites: ID 560 and ID 570, or instructor permission.

Application of multimedia design principles in educational and training settings. Students will design and develop a multimedia instructional or training module for business and industry, government, military, P-12, and higher education institutions.


ID 590
Practicum in Instructional Design

Prerequisites: ID 570 and instructor permission.

Supervised, field-based, practical experience for students within the ID program. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 hours.


ID 595
Internship in Instructional Design

Prerequisites: Completion of all required courses and at least 24 semester hours of program course work; admission to candidacy approved; and instructor permission.

Supervised, field-based internship under an appropriate field-based supervisor and faculty member in an approved setting. Development and application of an authentic professional quality product and professional portfolio will be the capstone project.


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 Last Modified 8/4/16