Instructional Systems & Learning Technologies, MS

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Degree Type
Master of Science
Credit Hours
College of
Education, Health & Human Sciences

Instructional Systems & Learning Technologies is an area of specialization that draws upon the fields of psychology, communications, and management in order to improve human performance. The field of instructional systems focuses on the improvement of educational and training programs through the application of research and technology. In this program, you'll learn principles and techniques that cross organization and industry sectors — profits and nonprofits, public and private, products, and services. Some specific occupations suited to this program include trainers, consultants, K-12 teachers, faculty, educational technology coordinators, instructional designers, human resource specialists, and higher education.

The Instructional Systems & Learning Technologies program is one of seven FSU online master’s in education programs ranked No. 28 among public institutions, No. 30 among all institutions, and No. 16 in the nation for veterans by U.S. News & World Report in 2024.

Available Majors

  • Instructional Systems & Learning Technologies

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