Instructional Design Degree Career Options

E-learning is becoming more popular. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts job growth (8-14% growth) in this decade. Schools and corporations recognize the need to provide learners with more choices in their learning environments. Professionals in all industries are concerned with teaching and training employees and customers. An instructional designer could work in K12, higher education, corporate, government, military, and non-profit sectors. Graduates trained to address learning needs with 21st century technology will be in high demand. A degree in Instructional Design could be your key to any of these career fields:

  • Curriculum Development
  • Technology Resources
  • Desktop Publishing
  • Web Design
  • Corporate Education Training
  • Human Resources
  • Textbook Development
  • Training and Development
  • Adult Basic Education
  • Career Education