Online Instructional Design (ID) – Asbury University
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Online Instructional Design (ID)

8-Week Classes

Beginning in August, October, January, March and May

$399 / Credit Hour

Financial Aid Available
(Including Scholarships!)


What if you could become a learning engineer in the virtual space? As an instructional designer, you can create learning and training experiences for businesses, hospitals, and schools. Our forward thinking program intertwines theory with practice, providing you with high-demand marketable skills across multiple industries. Come be a part of our innovative and interactive program by submitting the free application for admission online to begin building your Instructional Design degree plan.

“Instructional designers are in demand, and the market is booming. Asbury's professors helped me to land an amazing internship and my dream job right after I graduated... Each Asbury course that I took built upon previous courses, which ultimately prepared me to enter the field.”

Nicole Penny
2021 Graduate

Quick Facts

  • Program Delivery Format: Online
  • Credit Hours: 124 total hours (up to 75 may be transferred in)
  • Potential Career Fields: Instructional Designer, Instructional Media Technician, Instructional Technologist, e-Learning Developer, Technology Training Coordinator, Distant Learning Coordinator
  • 2022-23 Tuition Rate: $399 per credit hour
  • Department Webpage: Instructional Design Major
  • Curriculum: Program Requirements

Sample Course Plan

First Semester

  • ID 199 Exploring Instructional Design (3 credits)
  • ID 201 Foundations of Theory and Practice (3 credits)
  • ID 202 Instructional Design and Messaging 1 (3 credits)
  • ID 211 Technology (3 credits)

Second Semester

  • ID 212 Instructional Design and Messaging 2 (3 credits)
  • ID 250 Learning Theory (3 credits)
  • ID 325 Designing for Online Interactions (3 credits)

Third Semester

  • ID 350 Multimedia (3 credits)
  • ID 375 LMS/CMS (2 credits)
  • ID 385 Training and Communication (3 credits)
  • ID 410 Assessment/Evaluation (3 credits)

Final Semester

  • ID 450 Project Management (3 credits)
  • ID 470 Internship (3 credits)
  • ID 475 Capstone Project (3 credits)