Certificate in E-Learning Design & Development

Developed in partnership with the UW College of Education 

Certificates » E-Learning Design & Development
Program Features
  • Online format
  • Development of an e-learning curriculum or training module based on student’s personal or career goals
  • Hands-on instruction on assessment of student learning and evaluation of an e-learning program
Who Should Apply
  • Individuals who wish to conduct e-learning training or teach and administer e-learning courses and programs
  • Trainers or human resource professionals
  • Instructors or administrators in colleges, universities, vocational-technical institutes and K-12 teachers
Explore approaches to e-learning, instructional designs, tools and procedures for e-learning environments. Study how to effectively assess program content and usability. Learn the best ways to launch and manage e-learning programs.
Key Outcome
You will apply best practices while designing and developing an e-learning project of your choosing.
Start Location Program ID Status
Autumn 2014  Details Details Online 4753
Course Dates Days Instructor
Designing E-Learning Environments Oct 6 - Dec 14, 2014 Anytime Bunselmeyer
Developing & Managing E-Learning Jan 12 - Mar 15, 2015 Anytime Saavedra
E-Learning Assessment & Evaluation Apr 6 - May 24, 2015 Anytime Dowdall-Sandford
E-Learning Practicum Apr 6 - Jun 14, 2015 Anytime Saavedra
Winter 2015 (Intensive)  Details Details Online 4754
Course Dates Days Instructor
Designing E-Learning Environments (Intensive) Jan 12 - Mar 1, 2015 Anytime Murphy
E-Learning Practicum (Intensive) Mar 2 - Jul 5, 2015 Anytime Murphy
Developing & Managing E-Learning (Intensive) Mar 23 - May 10, 2015 Anytime Saavedra
E-Learning Assessment & Evaluation (Intensive) May 25 - Jun 21, 2015 Anytime Dowdall-Sandford
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As a beginning designer, [this program] gave me the tools to effectively communicate with stakeholders and other designers and allowed me to grow my skills to develop strong learning products. As time went on, it allowed me to move into a lead designer role and manage projects completely independently.

Lindsey Brockish
Certificate Graduate, 2011