eLearning and Instructional Design

Degree:
  • Certificate
Location: Anywhere

Why eLearning & Instructional Design?

The Graduate Certificate in eLearning and Instructional Design allows professionals to enhance and improve the use of eLearning in their work and advance their workplace leadership in this realm.

The Online eLearning and Instructional Design certificate increases opportunities for professional diversification and advancement as the contemporary landscape of learning increasingly requires a digital component. 

This curriculum prepares professionals to design pedagogically sound online, blended, and technology-enhanced educational experiences, from stand-alone workshops to program suites. Certificate participants investigate the latest research on the science of learning, draw on research-based principles to design engaging online and mobile environments, and become prepared to respond innovatively to societal and institutional changes that impact the field of online and mobile education.


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Unique Features

  • Engage in experiential learning, through real world application and workplace-based eLearning design projects
  • Courses can be applied toward Northeastern's eLearning and Instructional Design MEd program
  • Online, interactive program allows for flexibility for working professionals

What you'll study

General Requirements

Graduate Certificate in eLearning and Instructional Design General Requirements
EDU 6319 - How People Learn
4.00
EDU 6321 - Models for Learning Design
4.00
EDU 6323 - Technology as a Medium for Learning
4.00

Elective

Complete one of the following:

EDU 6324 - Competencies, Assessment, and Learning Analytics
4.00
EDU 6331 - E-Learning Design as a Collaborative Profession
4.00
EDU 6332 - Open Learning
4.00
EDU 6333 - Social Media and Beyond
4.00

Did You Know?

Employment for instructional coordinators and designers is expected to grow 20% by 2020. 

Options

Not ready for a full Master's degree? Consider our 4-course eLearning and Instructional Design graudate certificate, which rolls into the master's program. 

Average Time to Completion

6-12 Months

Commitment

Full-Time
Part-Time

Entry Terms

Fall
Spring
Summer
Winter

Meets F-1 Visa Requirements

No