About Us

The Master's of Sciene in Instructional Design and Technology program was launched in 2002 as one of the first fully online degree programs in the nation. We currently have over 300 graduates, each representing fifty different professional business/corporate areas. Since the inception of the program, we have strived to incorporate theory and research related to adult learning and cognition, melded with current and emerging practices and tools in technology. Graduate students experience the best practices in the field, reflecting innovative instructional strategies as well as assessment and evaluation methodologies. They develop skills in project management, the Learning Management System (LMS), collaboration, written communication, technology-enabled media literacy, research, and critical thinking/problem-solving while learning to use the tools of technology to develop sound curricula. The master's program provides a challenging and rigorous educational environment and students can participate in the benefits of faculty mentoring and professional networking provided by our vibrant and active Alumni Chapter Association. We are also pleased to now offer a certificate program in Instructional Design and Technology.

We are ranked by U.S. News & World Report as a Best Online Program!

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GENERAL INFORMATION

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CONTACT US

Please contact us if you have any questions about the Master of Science or the Instructional Design Certificate programs. All voice messages are recorded and sent to email as audio files.

Dr. Cynthia Gautreau Program Director 657-278-3639
Stephanie Ruvalcaba Program Coordinator 657-278-2842
MSIDT Email Address msidt@fullerton.edu 
Mailing Address

California State University, Fullerton
College of Education 
Instructional Design & Technology
P.O. Box 6868 Fullerton, CA 92831-6868  

 

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