Waldorf’s Master of Education in Instructional Design and Technology teaches educators to strategically analyze, design, and evaluate learning materials and activities within the traditional or virtual online classroom. This master’s program uses a systematic, theory-based approach to create new instructional content that can be applied to student learning at all educational levels. Students will embrace continuous improvement efforts and develop effective classroom management strategies for teaching diverse populations.

This program is available online only.

Master's Degree Requirements

  • Completion of 36-credit hour curriculum
  • Minimum 3.00 cumulative GPA
  • Grade of B or higher in all required courses and professional electives
Major Requirements
Prefix Number Course Credit Hours
EDP 5100 Learning Theories for Instruction 3
EDU 5000 Adults as Learners 3
EDU 5100 Personal Leadership Skills and Team Building 3
EDU 5101 Culture of Continuous Improvement in Education 3
EDU 5200 Building Professional & Community Relations 3
EDU 5400 Instructional Strategies 3
EDU 5700 Digital Strategies for 21st Century Learning 3
EDU 6000 Assessment, Learning and Action Research 3
EDU 6800 Program Evaluation 3
IDT 5100 Instructional Design and Technology 3
IDT 5200 Online Learning and Learning Management Systems 3
IDT 5300 Digital Media 3
Total Major Requirement Credit Hours 36