Students interested in receiving a Certificate in Instructional Design and Technology must be admitted to this graduate certificate program. The courses may be completed as part of a degree program with the advisor’s approval.
This certificate program has two tracks: (1) K-12 Educational Technology and (2) Design and Development. Each requires 12 credit hours of online coursework as described below.
Design and Development Requirements
This track is designed for instructional designers and developers who work in non-education related settings such as business, government, military, and health care.
The following four courses are required for the Design and Development Track:
The student must complete all four required courses with a grade of an A or B for each course, for a total of 12 credit hours.
In the semester of graduation, the student must submit the Apply to Graduate form to the Graduate School and a Graduate Certificate Candidacy form to Graduate Analyst in Ball Hall 215 (3798 Walker Ave., Memphis, TN 38152) by the deadline specified by the Graduate School.