What does it cost?
Check out our cost calculator or visit student financial services for information on estimated costs.

How long will it take?

Minimum of 12 hours

Where can I take classes?
Online

Am I required to take classes at a specific location?
Online

ALL REQUIRED CLASSES TO EARN A DEGREE CAN BE COMPLETED ONLINE

Application Deadlines View Admissions Requirements

  • Fall: May 1
  • Spring: October 15
  • Summer: March 1

Instructional Design and Technology, Graduate Certificate

Our online program in Instructional Design and Technology is for those interested in working in a variety of education, training and development areas such as those found in business, industry, government agencies, military and nonprofit organizations.

This certificate meets the challenges created by technology training needs and enhances skills in developing and managing e-learning and performance support in the workplace. The program emphasizes the competencies required to design, develop, facilitate and manage e-learning and human performance support systems.

The graduate certificate in Instructional Design and Technology is a 12-credit-hour program of study. The content is the same as the courses taught in the M.S. Instructional Design and Technology program.

Instructional Design and Technology, Graduate Certificate

Our online program in Instructional Design and Technology is for those interested in working in a variety of education, training and development areas such as those found in business, industry, government agencies, military and nonprofit organizations.

This certificate meets the challenges created by technology training needs and enhances skills in developing and managing e-learning and performance support in the workplace. The program emphasizes the competencies required to design, develop, facilitate and manage e-learning and human performance support systems.

The graduate certificate in Instructional Design and Technology is a 12-credit-hour program of study. The content is the same as the courses taught in the M.S. Instructional Design and Technology program.

What does it cost?

Check out our cost calculator or visit student financial services for information on estimated costs.

How long will it take?

Minimum of 12 hours

Where can I take classes?
Online

Learn more about the online program

Am I required to take classes at a specific location?
Online

ALL REQUIRED CLASSES TO EARN A DEGREE CAN BE COMPLETED ONLINE

Application Deadlines
View Admissions Requirements

  • Fall: May 1
  • Spring: October 15
  • Summer: March 1

Careers

The online program is for individuals interested in working in a variety of education, training and development areas, such as those found in business, industry, government agencies, military and nonprofit organizations.

Program Details

Admissions Requirements

When applying to the Instructional Design & Technology (online program), Graduate Certificate program, you will need to submit several documents for review.

  • Online Application
  • Application Fee of $50
  • Goals Statement (upload with the application)
  • Official Transcript: minimum 2.5 undergraduate GPA or a master’s degree with 3.0 GPA required for admission consideration
    • submit transcripts from all colleges/universities attended

IMPORTANT: Georgia State University is not authorized to deliver online academic programs to out-of-state students residing in Kentucky and Massachusetts. If you reside in one of these states, you may consider attending classes on-site.

Objectives

Students who complete the Instructional Design and Technology Certificate will:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of learning theories and principles, models, tools and techniques that are applied to the systematic design of instruction.
  • Apply instructional design principles to the design, development and implementation of learning activities in their work environment.
  • Demonstrate the ability to effectively lead the design of instruction through planning, development, evaluation and management.
  • Demonstrate the ability to manage and lead all phases of an instructional design project.

Program of Study

  • LT 7100 Design of Performance and Instructional Systems (3)
  • LT 7150 Analysis of Performance and Instructional Systems (3)
  • LT 8150 Project Management for Instructional Designers (3)
  • LT 8440 E-Learning Environments (3)

Program Total: minimum of 12 hours

Description

Additional information

campus

Online

Contacts

Program Coordinator
Mike Law
mlaw@gsu.edu
404-413-8426

Learning Sciences
DLSRecruitment@gsu.edu
404-413-8040

Mailing Address & Office Location
Learning Sciences
College of Education & Human Development, Suite 750
30 Pryor St. SW
Atlanta, GA 30303

The information shared here is intended to provide an overview of Georgia State University’s offerings. For official details on admissions requirements, tuition, courses and more please refer to the university catalogs.