Students will study how to build teaching and training programs, engaging learners using multi-media instruction for a variety of different environments including corporate, private business, government and higher education.
Students with a creative-focused undergraduate degree have the natural foundation to build upon for this degree and career opportunity.
Collaborating with professionals from the Country Music Television (CMT), Nashville Music City Center, Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and Lipscomb University, Nossi College designed and is launching our first Master’s degree. Consider enrolling now for the Fall 2019 class.
Earn your master’s degree in Instructional Design and Technologies and build upon your creative skills to design and implement training programs and curriculum in today’s corporate, healthcare, educational or nonprofit industries. Companies of all sizes and industries are investing in their employees through professional development and training, and you can be leading the way in Nashville.
– Creative professionals already work in a technology-driven environment with regular product and program updates and upgrades.
-Creative professionals are solution-oriented problem solvers. Coupling this skill with a curriculum emphasizing video presentations, animations, interactive content, online technologies, podcasting and learning techniques, graduates of this degree will be well-equipped for the workforce.
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– When you enroll in Nossi’s Master’s program – you can enroll in any creative course that we teach, FOR NO CHARGE!**
*Bureau of Labor Statistics for Job Outlook for Training and Development Specialists, Managers and Coordinators
**Any class is available as long as you do not impede the path of another student’s graduation needs.
"There is a strong demand for Instructional Designers. As an instructional designer and as a professional in the field, my phone rings often and there is a high demand for qualified talent."Dr. Regina Henry - Academic Director, Lipscomb University