Instructional Design Technology
The Instructional Design Technology (IDT) program introduces students to instructional systems design. In this program, students acquire professional competency to effectively and efficiently analyze, design, develop, implement, and evaluate multiple types of instructional solutions. This program uses a discovery-based learning approach where students receive individualized instruction combined with interactive eLearning and virtual coaching.
Students work on individual and team projects. The projects allow students the opportunity to apply the competencies and skills they have learned in a real-world context. Individual and team projects include applying the principles of instructional systems design to produce and deliver effective and efficient instructional products, programs, and service solutions for a real business client.
Students are required to publish community blogs, tutorials, demonstrations, and many other types of learning resources and collateral to connect, share, contribute, and interact with others in the learning community. Individual and team projects allow students to build their professional portfolio and résumé while engaged in real employer projects.
|IDT100||Instructional Design Fundamentals||1||7||4|
|IDT101||Instructional Design Applications I||1||7||4|
|IDT102||Instructional Design Applications II||1||7||4|
|IDT104||Instructional Design Team Builder||1||7||2|
|IDT108||Agile Instructional Design||1||7||4|
|IDT109||Instructional Designer Project||1||7||8|
Digital Media Technology
The Digital Media Technology (DMT) program introduces students to digital media production and marketing. In this program, students acquire professional competency to produce stellar products, program, and show using multiple types of digital media technologies.
Students are required to write creative treatments, speeches, radio and television scripts, practice broadcasting live on air, design marketing materials, brands, publish and run media campaigns, and grow their audience. Individual and team projects allow students the opportunity to apply competencies and skills they have learned in a real-world context. They can build their professional portfolio and résumé while engaged in real context based employer projects.
Students are also required to publish community blogs, book reviews, personal life stories, and other types of literary works to connect, share, contribute, and interact with others in the learning community. Individual and team projects allow students to produce programs where they gain experience speaking in live radio and television broadcasts.
|DMT100||Introduction to Digital Media||1||7||3|
|DMT101||Creative Writing and Speaking||1||7||4|
|DMT102||Producing a Radio Show||1||7||4|
|DMT103||Producing a Television Show||1||7||4|
|DMT104||Digital Media Team Builder||1||7||2|
|DMT105||Design and Branding||1||7||3|
|DMT107||Broadcasting a Radio Show||1||7||4|
|DMT108||Broadcasting a Television Show||1||7||4|
|DMT109||Digital Media Producer||1||7||8|