The world of learning in adult settings is changing fast. It's not just about training and formal education anymore. It's about helping people pursue their learning goals individually and in teams. With skills you learn in the Instructional Design program option, you will create Web resources, multimedia demos, job aids, online modules - anything that helps adults learn and perform better on the job. These instructional-design skills are in high demand in corporate, healthcare, government, and higher-education settings.
And we practice what we preach - applying adult-learning principles throughout the program. You'll experience interactive learning, hands-on projects, and collaborative teamwork as you learn to manage successful projects, encourage innovations, and lead your organization toward productive change and growth. These are all highly marketable skills. And you'll create an online portfolio that showcases your accomplishments to employers and other professionals. The entire program takes about 2 years to complete.
All courses are online, you can take classes at your own pace as they fit your scheduling needs.
Outstanding faculty will be dedicated to your academic and professional growth.
The following deadlines are firm, early submissions are encouraged. Fall Semester: June 1 Spring Semester: November 1 Summer Semester: April 1 Admissions Interview: An interview may be required as part of the admissions process. If so, applicants will be contacted with more details. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-315-6300.
The following deadlines are firm, early submissions are encouraged.
Fall Semester: June 1
Spring Semester: November 1
Summer Semester: April 1
For more information, email email@example.com or call 303-315-6300.
If you're considered a non-resident student and are living outside the state of Colorado, there's a financial advantage to taking all of your CU Denver courses online. The discounted online rate is 120% of the resident rate. This amount is higher than the standard in-state tuition, but significantly lower than the non-resident tuition amount.