School Directory

The Center for Instructional Design and Training has compiled an exhaustive list of undergraduate and graduate degree programs for each of the 50 states.

The particular name of the program may vary from school to school; most programs offer very similar content and encompass the fundamentals of Instructional Design, Adult Education and Training. It is important for the prospective student to consider such personal preferences as cost, educational specialization and online versus campus-based learning in order to best determine the most appropriate program to attend.

Instructional Design and Training are growing fields with excellent opportunities for learning professionals.

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CNN Money says that being an Instructional Designer is the 38th best job in America. (p. March 19th, 2015)

Topics covered:
- Job Growth Over Next 10 Years
- National and Local Salary Averages
- Current Salary Average across the U.S. is $69,800*

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