The online Master of Education in Learning & Instructional Design (MeD LID) degree at Wichita State University is an enhancement of the traditional Curriculum and Instruction program, bringing focus to the application of emerging technology in course design and delivery.
This program is designed for professionals in Corporate Training, Professional Development, Instructional Design, K-12 and Higher Education. Education degree or licensure is not required for admisison to this program.
This graduate program requires 36 credit hours of coursework.
21 credit hours: Core Curriculum Courses
12 credit hours: Elective Courses
3 credit hours: Thesis/Non-Thesis Work
Students will master the principles behind instructional content and delivery, program design and instructional leadership. Elective courses allow for an individualized program plan based on personal and professional interests.
Applications are accepted for fall, spring and summer semester admissions.
In addition to the Graduate School requirements, students seeking this degree must show potential to do graduate work by meeting GPA or GRE score requirements and by providing evidence of teaching, training or program design experience.
Students earning this degree will be admitted to the Wichita State University Graduate School.
Step 1: Apply to the Graduate School and submit official transcripts.
Step 2: Submit Letter of Interest to the Graduate Coordinator.
Step 3: Contact our Online Advisor for an individualized plan of study and next steps.
Email: MEDLIDonline@wichita.edu | Call: (888) 805-4013
Show potential to do graduate work by meeting one or more of the following:
Evidence of involvement in teaching, training, program design or recommendation by the graduate program committee.
MEDLIDonline@wichita.edu | 888-805-4013