College Park 570
Cynthia Gautreau (Elementary and Bilingual Education)
Karen Ivers (Elementary and Bilingual Education)
Barbara Glaeser (Special Education)
Carl Renold (Human Services)
The Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology is an interdisciplinary program housed within the College of Education and draws upon a team of outstanding faculty with expertise, training and experience in instructional technology, design and educational practice with applications for teaching, learning, training and curriculum development. It is a highly ranked comprehensive, high-quality, affordable program backed up with strong administrative support.
The 21-month program includes 100 percent online coursework and promotes collaboration, professional networking and team-building among peers, faculty, staff and other professionals.
Graduates of the program will gain valuable knowledge and skills in developing, designing, evaluating and implementing a wide variety of instructional technologies applicable to a wide range of training and learning settings (K-12, postsecondary education, military, business/industry). Furthermore, graduates will obtain expertise in the enhancement of teaching and learning based on sound and current educational research, theory and practice, and will be well-positioned as a professional in a competitive job market in educational or business/corporate settings. An active alumni association provides mentoring opportunities while in the program, and professional networking upon completion (ed.fullerton.edu/msidt/alumni).
Learning Goals and Student Learning Outcomes
Programs and Courses Offered
ProgramsMaster of Science
CoursesInstructional Design and Technology
Courses are designated as IDT in the class schedule.