Design for E-learning

Graduate Certificate

The graduate level Design for E-learning Certificate, offered by the Department of Information Media (IM) at St. Cloud State University, is intended for people interested in increasing their use of distributed learning technologies in schools, business, government, and industry. The certificate complements other majors, especially those in education and business. People may also take these courses as continuing education to upgrade their skills.

Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Candidates will apply knowledge and skills in learning design, multimedia production skills, and creative abilities to design instructional strategies, content structure and tasks, and use on-line techniques for delivery and assessment of learning packages.
  2. Candidates will develop knowledge and skills for project management and implementation.
  3. Candidates will demonstrate knowledge, technical skills, and tool skills for authoring, creating interactions, animations (such as Flash or Director), use of CMS (Course management System) or LMS (Learning Management System) applications, and use of Web tools.
  4. Candidates will demonstrate knowledge and skills in facilitation of synchronous and asynchronous interaction and administration of online instruction.

Career Opportunities

  • Design, development. and delivery of instruction, including distributed or e-learning
  • Business, industry, and government training
  • Online education programs
  • Management of e-learning support services

Apply for Certificate

Students interested in the Design for E-Learning Graduate Certificate should meet with a graduate advisor in the Information Media Department. Contact the HURL\IM office at (320) 308-2062 to make arrangements.

Admission Requirements:

Additional Information:

St. Cloud State University Catalog

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Design for E-Learning and Instructional Technology Certificates

 

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