The Instructional Design Minor is available to undergraduate students majoring in other disciplines. The Minor provides an excellent opportunity for various majors to broaden their skills in the disciplines of learning science, instructional design, and organizational performance improvement.
The Instructional Design Minor consists of six courses, totaling eighteen credits. To be eligible to apply for the Minor, students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00. Students are required to meet with an academic advisor in the College of Education before registering for Learning Design and Technology (LDT) courses to develop a plan of work. Elective courses must be approved by the academic advisor.
|Required Courses: 12 credits|
|LDT 2015||Introduction to Learning Design and Technology||3|
|LDT 3115||Instructional Design||3|
|LDT 3125||Evaluation Techniques and Tools||3|
|LDT 4900||Advanced Instructional Design||3|
|Minor Electives: 6 credit hours in consultation with an academic advisor (LDT 3000-5000 or other approved courses)||6|