Instructional Technology & Training Program of Study

Students majoring in Instructional Technology & Training will complete a minimum of 121 credit hours as follows:

  • 37 credit hours (minimum) of University Core Requirements with a grade of 'C' or better
  • 9 credit hours of Management/Communication Skills
  • 30 credit hours of Technical Course Work
  • 45 credit hours of OILS undergraduate courses

For any possible substitutions on the Program of Study as stated below, please consult with the Undergraduate Program Advisor for approval.

University Core Requirements (37 credit hours minimum)

  1. Writing & Speaking (9 hours)
    • English 101
    • English 120
    • English 219
  2. Mathematics (3 hours Math 121 & above)
  3. Physical and Natural Science (7 hours minimum with lab)
  4. Social and Behavioral Science (6 hours minimum)
    • Soc 101 (Recommended)
    • Psych 105 (Recommended)
  5. Humanities (6 hours minimum)
    • American Studies 186
    • Classical Studies 107, 204, 205
    • Comparative Literature 224
    • English 150, 292, 293
    • Foreign Languages (M. Lang) 101
    • History 101, 102, 162
    • Philosophy 101, 201, 202
    • Religious Studies 107
  6. Second Language (3 hours minimum)
  7. Fine Arts (3 hours minimum)

Management/Communication Skills (9 credit hours)

  • C & J 314, Intercultural  Communication (required)

Select an additional 6 credit hours from the following::

  • C & J 221, Interpersonal Analysis
  • C & J 323, Nonverbal Communication
  • C & J 327, Persuasive Communication
  • C & J 332, Business and Professional Speaking
  • C & J 333, Professional Communication
  • C & J 340, Communication in Organizations
  • C & J 344, Interviewing
  • C & J 446, Organizational Analysis & Training
  • Mgt 113, Management: An Introduction

Technical Course Work (30 credit hours)

  • 30 credit hours of community college technical course work

OILS Technology and Training (45 credit hours)

  1. Theoretical Foundations (12 hours)
    • OILS 102, Online Learning and Strategies for Success
    • OILS 440, Survey of Human Resource Development and Instructional Technology
    • OILS 466, Principles of Adult Learning
    • OILS 481, Technological Change & Society
  2. Instructional Technology (15 hours)
    • OILS 320, Information Management for Professsionals
    • OILS 405, Management of eLearning Systems
    • OILS 420, Creativity & Technical Design
    • OILS 421, Production & Utilization Of Instructional Materials
    • OILS 483, Instructional Applications: Computer Technology
  3. Training (18 hours)
    • OILS 457, Leading the Training Organization
    • OILS 470, Workplace Training
    • OILS 471, Designing Training
    • OILS 472, Training Techniques
    • OILS 473, Measuring Performance in Training
    • OILS 495, Field Experience