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View all Part time MSc Programs in Instructional Design in USA 2019/2020

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Msc in Instructional Design (Open and Distance Education)

EUCLID (Euclid University)
Online Full-time Part-time 12 - 36 months Open Enrollment USA Washington Gambia Gambia Online + 3 more

A specialized MSc program offered fully online by an intergovernmental university with a recognized expertise in open and distance education.

Master of Science in Instructional Design and Learning Analytics

American University Online
Online Part-time 20 months September 2019 USA Washington

The online Master of Science in Instructional Design and Learning Analytics focuses on the application and adaptation of analytic methodologies to manage learning, instructional design, and talent development projects that will enhance an organization's effectiveness and fulfill compliance requirements. These skills can also be applied to higher education or a range of fields in the public and private sectors.

M.S. in Instructional Design and Technology

University of Tampa - Sykes College of Business
Campus Full-time Part-time 1 - 2 years January 2020 USA Tampa + 1 more

The M.S. in Instructional Design and Technology program at The University of Tampa addresses a growing field in learning and human performance and provides a multidisciplinary area of study that draws students from many disciplines and backgrounds. Instructional designers understand and utilize technologies as both product (e.g., Web-based courses) and process (e.g., iterative and formative approaches to learner assessment).