Friday, June 22, 2012

MS Degree, Instructional Design and Performance Technology

As I mentioned in a previous post, I have recently been appointed the Interim Chair of the Masters Degree of Instructional Design and Performance Technology at Franklin University. I thought I would share a little more about this program, which is offered face-to-face in Columbus, Ohio, and online.

Our program focuses on two closely related, important fields:
  1. Instructional Design -  In this program, we provide students with practical experience using theory and tools for creating high quality training and e-learning.
  2. Human Performance Technology In this program, we provide students with real-world experience diagnosing performance issues and implementing and evaluating interventions to improve performance.
Video Overview
This excellent Video provides a more in-depth description of the program and gives potential students an idea of the types of careers that graduates are qualified to pursue.

We are currently accepting applicants for students beginning the program in Fall, and anyone with a bachelors degree can apply. The application deadline is July 16th. To apply, click here

More Information on the Field and the Program
I receive a lot of questions from people on what we do in the learning and performance field. I've answered some of these questions (and questions about the MS Degree) here.  For more information about the program, you can visit the program website or submit an inquiry to Franklin University Enrollment Advisers. Also, feel free to contact me or comment below for more information.

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