Program Information

The Instructional Design program is for students interested in the theory, practice and design of instructional content for many popular modes of delivery. This program provides the theoretical and practical foundations necessary for the development of instruction and training for higher education, corporate training and subject-specific workshops.

Students learn to develop learning outcomes, employ instructional design strategies, design learning activities and assessments, select appropriate learning technologies, and assess accessibility and usability in course design. Students learn to analyze the requirements, design elements and structure of courses built using the instructional design principles taught in the program.

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Admission Requirements

O.S.S.D. or Mature Student Status

If you are taking part-time courses with the intention of completing a program and earning a credential, you must meet Admission Requirements outlined on the program page. It is the student's responsibility to supply proof of admission requirements to the Office of the Registrar before he/she has completed three courses in the program.

If you do complete the program and do not have the appropriate admission requirements, you will be ineligible to receive your certificate or diploma.

If you believe you have an equivalent level of knowledge and would like credit for Prior Learning Assessment, please contact Counselling at 519-542-7751 ext 3412 at least two weeks before classes begin.

Course List

Program Maps

Current Students

Current students can view program maps from previous years on the mylambton website. 

You will need to login with your C# and password in order to access your program map.

Employment Opportunities

Graduates may find employment in areas of instructional design and development. Employment positions may include instructional designers, educational consultants, training providers or instructional program developers.

Online Education
519-541-2400
online@lambtoncollege.ca

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