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With technology playing an increasingly important role in teaching and learning, many new opportunities are emerging for professionals who hold an instructional design degree.
When you earn your BS in Instructional Design and Technology online from Walden, you can discover how to design effective learning experiences and training programs. Whether you’re working in preK–12, higher education, corporate training, or military and government training settings, you can benefit from a program that can prepare you to:
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Walden offers you the chance to assess your prior learning experiences for credit toward your undergraduate degree.
Find out if you can transfer credit, earn credit for prior learning, or structure your credit hours to earn your bachelor’s in less time.
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First six weeks tuition free when
you start the BS in Instructional
Design and Technology program
on June 1, 2015.
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