Faculty and students actively create new materials and products. The instructional design process is a creative endeavor.
Cutting-edge technology allows for ever-increasing collaborations.
Members of the instructional technology program are constantly experimenting with both new instructional strategies and technologies.
Dr. Ron Preston
MSITE Director of Students
352E Flanagan Building
The Computer-based Instruction Certificate teaches basic instructional, visual, and interface design principles. Certificate students apply these principles using computer-based, online, and virtual reality tools. The focus is on developing instructional software and related computer-based instruction applications for corporate training, higher education, military training, and K-12 school settings.
This certificate is not for a K-12 endorsement; for a program leading to
K-12 Add-On licensing, see the Special
Endorsement in Computer Education Certificate.
Advising Guide for Graduate Certificate in CBI
Principles of Instructional Design (3)
Authoring Systems for Instructional Product Development (3)
Note: Any student who does not take classes during a regular semester (fall/spring) must reapply to the Graduate school in order to reactivate his/her status as a graduate student and access to his/her ECU email account.