An Overview of the Graduate Program in
Instructional Systems Design
The purpose of the graduate programs in Instructional Systems Design is to prepare individuals skilled at the design and development of instructional systems. The program is designed to prepare people for instructional systems design positions in job settings including: business, industrial, military, government, education, health professions, and various training organizations.
While consideration will be given to the applicant's previous academic background and work experience, neither coursework in education or public school certification are required for admission to Instruction Systems Design programs. Decisions concerning admission of an applicant are based on professional recommendations, undergraduate and graduate grade point averages, scores on the Graduate Record Examination, and the other relevant data. A limited number of teaching assistantships and university fellowships are available.
For Further Information Contact:
Dr. Gary J. Anglin
Instructional Systems Design Program
137 Taylor Education Building, University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY 40506-0001
Dr. Mary Shake
Director of Graduate Studies
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
305 Dickey Hall, University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY 40506-0017