Learning powers every industry.
Traditional education prepares students for careers. Staff training ensures new hires are ready to do the job. And professional development helps employees keep skills up to date.
If you're interested in helping people learn, the Graduate Certificate in Instructional Design program prepares you to be an architect of learning.
You'll examine how to make learning experiences — in the workplace and classroom — interesting, productive and useful.
You'll study how people learn and explore how technology can facilitate learning.
You'll see how project management intersects with instructional design and learn how both enhance education.
1. High school diploma or Secondary school diploma
2. High school or Secondary school transcript of grades/marksheets
3. Master degree/Graduate diploma
4. Master degree/Graduate transcript of grades or marksheets
5. Language certificate (should be change on request of university):
6. Reference letter (One or Two on request from University)