Master of Arts: Instructional Design, Innovation & Leadership
Your career matters. Your journey matters. Innovation matters. An M.A. in Instructional Design, Innovation & Leadership from Asbury will develop, expand, and advance not just your professional pathway, but also who you are as a person. At Asbury, you will use cutting edge technology to grow the skills you need to ensure you are ready to make a difference and lead others in the much needed and fast growing industry of Instructional Design.
Do you have a creative yet methodical mind? Do you love solving problems? Do you love helping people learn and train in the most efficient ways? Do you want to become a transformational leader in your industry? Instructional Designers are the experts in how to teach and design a course and with a Master’s degree from Asbury, you will be equipped and empowered to lead teams of Instructional Designers. Many of the skills you will learn at Asbury can be adapted to teaching, training, web design, consulting and of course educational settings as well as corporate or nonprofit training. The opportunities are vast; even the military has Instructional Designers creating some of the most technologically advanced training for soldiers including digital game-based scenarios.
Instructional Designers are in demand. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates a faster than average job growth for Instructional Designers and Coordinators over the next 10 years. The M.A. in Instructional Design at Asbury ensures students are ready to launch into the industry fully equipped to make a powerful impact. A focus is placed on developing skills in the theories of learning and design paired with the purposeful use of the latest digital educational technologies and skills for the 21st century workforce.
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If this sounds intriguing, the M.A. in Instructional Design, Innovation & Leadership may be perfect for you. To learn more about the specifics of the M.A. program, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page. Want to see the list of courses you will be taking? Check out the Instructional Design Major Sheet. You can also contact us directly or email us at email@example.com to ask questions or arrange a time to meet with a program representative.
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