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Instructional Technology Certificate (Instructional Tech B) Information

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Open registration runs to the end of the semester, and will have a year of access upon registration. 

Our goal is to prepare you for a position in Instructional Technology with skills to design and deliver quality learning. Through the online program, our courses are designed to show evidence of competency for current and future employers. Upon completion, professionals will be awarded a certificate in Instructional Technology.

Payment plans are available for this certificate. Please call in order to register with a payment plan.
Down Payment due upon registration ($699)
Payment 2 ($500)
Payment 3 ($500)

Certificate Details

Classes offered: 6

Classes required for completion: 6

Mandatory Classes: 6

This Certificate is online.

A passing level of attendance is required to receive credit for the classes in this Certificate.

Classes in this Certificate may be taken in any order.

Price:  $1,699.00


Courses Available for this Certificate

“Authoring Tools” is a core component of the instructional technology courses which are a component of the ID/IT Certificate program. Its purpose is to provide ......(more)
Building on the content and projects of each of the courses in either the Instructional Design or Instructional Technology certificate programs, the capstone co ......(more)
Instructional Design and Instructional Technology practitioners need to be aware of federal and state requirements related to the field. This course will provid ......(more)
Essentials of ID/IS is the first of six courses in both the Instructional Design Certificate program and the Instructional Technology Certificate Program.  ......(more)
The Learning Systems and Environments course presents information on several types of course delivery platforms. The Learning Management System (LMS), used prim ......(more)
“Programming in Instruction” is a core component of the ID/IT Certificate program. Its purpose is to provide an introduction to programming concepts as they rel ......(more)