The Graduate Certificate in Workplace Instructional Design is designed for individuals who wish to develop skills in designing and developing training programs that improve workplace performance. This program emphasizes the development of advanced instructional design skills required to create effective training programs for workplace settings.
Graduate Certificate in Workplace Instructional Design G.C.
A student may be simultaneously enrolled in the Master of Science in Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning (OPWL) program and one of the certificates offered in the OPWL Department with approval from the OPWL Graduate Coordinator and the Dean of the Graduate College. A student who is not enrolled in the Master of Science in OPWL program may be simultaneously enrolled in two of the graduate certificate programs with approval from the OPWL Graduate Coordinator and the Dean of the Graduate College. Simultaneous enrollment in more than two graduate programs is prohibited.
Please note that admission to a certificate program does not guarantee admission to the degree program and vice versa. Credits earned in an OPWL certificate program may be applied to the Master of Science degree in OPWL.
2. Satisfy the minimum admissions requirements of the Graduate College, including a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution of higher learning with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 for all undergraduate credits or a 3.0 GPA for the last 60 credits of undergraduate course work. All course work must be verified by official transcripts. If a person fails to meet the GPA requirement, that person may submit a petition to the OPWL Graduate Coordinator.
3. Submit a resume and statement of purpose.
The statement of purpose should contain the following:
a.) Heading that includes your name, email address, telephone and the program(s) to
which you are applying
b.) 500 – 1,000 words
d.) Must address your career goals and how the course work for the program or
programs to which you are applying will help you attain those goals.
e.) Must explain the strategies you will use to be successful in graduate study.
f.) Must meet the evaluation criteria.
Follow the recommended Registrar deadlines.