Why choose a degree in Instructional Design at Saint Leo?
The College of Education & Social Services' online MS in Instructional Design provides an advanced study in the systematic design of instruction.
The dynamic online program prepares you to design, develop, implement, and evaluate efficient and effective instructional experiences for a variety of settings, including corporate training, military, adult learning, and higher education.
Courses are guided by professional standards in the field, the International Board of Standards for Training, Performance and Instruction (IBSTPI) focus on the development of specialized skills to develop curricula for the 21st century learner.
Why choose Instructional Design at Saint Leo?
Saint Leo University is a nationally recognized leader in education, founded in 1889 and accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). Saint Leo has built a solid reputation in the educational community for our quality programs that produce tomorrow's master teachers and educational leaders.
A commitment to a set of core values is the cornerstone of Saint Leo University. Our mission is to offer a practical, effective model for life and leadership in a challenging world. It is a model designed with working adults in mind offering highly personalized attention, flexible learning opportunities, and a solid foundation for personal fulfillment and career advancement.
Our instructors are current practitioners in the field and regular presenters at national and international conferences.
Flexibility for the working professional.
Wherever you are on your journey, Saint Leo will meet you there. Turn any computer into a vibrant interactive classroom – day or night. Saint Leo provides students with the opportunity to advance their education without having to travel to a traditional campus – no conventional classroom attendance is required. Set your own weekly study schedule anywhere, anytime. All of our online students receive the same educational degrees as campus-based students, benefiting from faculty who are experienced professionals.
Contact your Graduate Admissions Counselor for more information on fitting a master's degree into your life.
Additional education, licensure or certifications, and work experience may be required.
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