The program is designed to prepare graduates to perform as
members of multimedia instructional development teams. The major
component is a sequence of technical courses, presented using
multimedia instructional techniques, spanning four semesters through
which the essential skills will be developed. These courses are
supported by general education courses and related courses which ensure
that students develop essential communication skills and an educational
foundation which supports continued study.
A significant feature of this program will be the use of evaluation
tools to determine appropriate placement based upon the demonstration
of competencies. Students who enter the program at advanced levels will
be awarded credit for elementary skills in accordance with University
The 60 semester hour program is composed of 18 semester hours of
general education, 29 semester hours of technical specialty courses,
seven semester hours of technical support courses, and six semester
hours of technical related course work to be chosen as electives.