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Fully Online Instructional Technology Certificate Program

The Instructional Technology Certificate Program focuses on the design, creation, utilization and evaluation of dynamic learning objects within the context of a variety of real-world learning experiences. The field of instructional technology continues to expand with an increasing need for highly-trained professionals with credentials in design, implementation and evaluation of multimedia learning materials and instructional design theories.

MSU Denver's offers a fully online certificate option. Online learning increases access for students balancing work, care-taking, and other responsibilities with school to help students succeed and learn through productive online interactions.

Benefits of an Instructional Technology Certificate

At MSU Denver, you’ll be provided with a comprehensive and interdisciplinary experience. This certificate program combines the fields of education, cognitive science, instructional design, information technology and social media management. No matter your career path, the Instructional Technology certificate will enhance it while working around your busy schedule.

Applying to the Fully Online Delivery Option Format

Complete the MSU Denver application.

MSU Denver delivers a concentrated, intense, and convenient online learning experience that delivers equivalent learning outcomes to those in our in-person programs.

If getting one step closer to your certificate with affordability and flexibility sounds right for you, enroll today!

Still have questions? Contact us and we will be happy to help you!

 


This certificate program is open to all undergraduate students who have not already completed a bachelor's degree. To complete the certificate program, a minimum grade of "C" in all certificate courses and an overall certificate GPA of 2.75 are required.

Required Courses:

  •     EDT 2050 - Instructional Design Thinking Credits: 3
  •     EDT 2060 - Digital Life and Learning Credits: 3
  •     EDT 3050 - Games, Applications, and Instructional Interaction Credits: 3
  •     EDT 3060 - Instructional Multimedia Credits: 3
  •     EDT 4050 - Emerging Issues and Innovation Credits: 3

        Program Total: 15 Credits

Only students with a conferred bachelor's degree from an accredited institution are eligible to earn the certificate. To complete the certificate program, a minimum grade of "C" in all certificate courses and an overall certificate GPA of 2.75 are required.

Required Courses:

  •     EDT 2050 - Instructional Design Thinking Credits: 3
  •     EDT 2060 - Digital Life and Learning Credits: 3
  •     EDT 3050 - Games, Applications, and Instructional Interaction Credits: 3
  •     EDT 3060 - Instructional Multimedia Credits: 3
  •     EDT 4050 - Emerging Issues and Innovation Credits: 3

Capstone/Internship:

  •     EDT 4090 - Instructional Prototyping Credits: 3

        Program Total: 18 Credits
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