University Bulletin 2018-2019

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Minor in Instructional Design and Performance Improvement

 

A student wishing to obtain a minor in Instructional Design and Performance Improvement must complete 18 credits hours.  Students are required to take the following 5 courses (15 credit hours): ISD 301, ISD 310, ISD 320, ISD 340, & ISD 450.  Additionally, they must choose one course (3 credit hours) from among the following to complete the minor: ISD 350, ISD 360, ISD 370, ISD 410, ISD 420, ISD 430, ISD 440, or ISD 490.

 

Department of Counseling and Instructional Sciences    
(251) 380-2861
Chair James R. Stefurak
Professors Davidson-Shivers, Johnson, Van Haneghan           
Associate Professors Fregeau, Lewis, Stefurak
Assistant Professors Browning, McDermott, Moore, Upton, Zha
Instructors  

Department of Counseling and Instructional Sciences website
http://www.southalabama.edu/colleges/ceps/cins

Department of Counseling and Instructional Sciences

The Department of Counseling and Instructional Sciences offers the Master of Education degree in Educational Media (leading to certification in Library Media), and in  School Counseling leading to certification as a school counselor, and the Master of Science degree in Educational Media & Technology, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, and Instructional Design. The department also offers the Doctor of Philosophy degree in Instructional Design and Development.  The department collaborates with the Department of Psychology in the College of Arts and Sciences to deliver the Ph.D. degree in Combined-Integrated Clinical & Counseling Psychology. Finally, the department offers the B.S. degree and minor in Instructional Design & Performance Improvement.

Interdepartmental education

Faculty within the department offer foundational coursework in Education Technology, Educational Psychology, Educational Foundations, and Educational Research. These courses are offered for students in the undergraduate and graduate programs throughout the college and are designed to broaden and strengthen degree-area preparation.