Schools that Offer a Masters in Instructional Design
Examples of schools offering instructional design masters degree programs are –
Texas A& M University – Texarkana, Texas
This program offers an masters in Instructional Technology with focus on teaching with technology applications in the classroom. Class format is hybrid with a portion of coursework taken on campus and then offline. This is a 36-credit masters with tuition costs (not including fees) of about $1300 per class for out-of-state residents.
University of Maryland at Baltimore – Baltimore, Maryland
This is a 36-credit master in Instructional Systems Development that gives students an integrated curriculum focused in systems design and learning for school and corporate training environments. Class format is mainly on-campus. The tuition costs (not including fees) of about $2100 per class for out-of-state residents.
Utah State University - Salt Lake City, Utah
This is a masters degree program in Instructional Design and Educational Technology and is offered by their Educational Psychology department. This masters degree curriculum combines a software design/development approach with the more traditional education pedagogy and learning approach. Students can study the Masters of Education option for 30 credits or the Masters of Science option for 36 credits plus a masters thesis. Tuition is about $2200 per class for out-of-state residents.
In addition, there are a plethora of online schools that offer instructional design masters degree programs. Some of the more popular ones are --
UMASS Online at University of Massachusetts - Masters of Education (MsED) in Instructional Design
Capella University - Masters of Education (MsED) in Instructional Design for Online Learning
Walden University - Masters of Science (MS) in Instructional Design and Technology