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Instructional Systems Development

Program Description

Instructional Systems Development (ISD) – Training Systems is a theoretically based process of analysis, design and development of instruction, training programs and human performance improvement. Knowledge, performance, instructional objectives, instructional strategies and evaluation of learning are viewed as interrelated components of a total instructional system.

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Degrees Offered:

Master of Arts in Instructional Systems
Development–Training Systems
Certificate in Distance Education
Certificate in Instructional Technology
Certificate in Instructional Systems Development

Tracks/Concentrations:  N/A

Department:  Education

Part-Time or Full-Time: Full-time, Part-time

Online or On Campus:  Online, or On-Campus Combination

(Distance education certificate is only offered online)

Admissions Requirements

Instructional Systems Development Online (EDIO)

For professionals in the field of training and instructional design

EDIO:Courses are offered on-line

Term of Admission: Fall, Spring, and Summer

Domestic Application Deadlines: August 1, December 1, and April 1

International Application Deadlines: January 1 (Fall only)

Contact Us

Main Contact Info: 443-543-5446 (UMBC)

Graduate Program Director:

Greg Williams, 443-543-5447, gregw@umbc.edu

Graduate Program Coordinator:

Renee Eisenhuth, 443-543-5446, reisen@umbc.edu

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