Program Director: Angela Brisini, M.A.
Jubilee Hall, Room 471
The Instructional Design and Technology program assists teachers, technology coaches, technology directors, library media specialists, and trainers in many settings to improve their professional performance as educators and instructional and curriculum designers, and to assume instructional leadership roles in their place of employment. Students are accepted from many instructional environments, including K- 12, college and adult education as well as from corporate, government, health, and nonprofit environments. The program emphasizes a theoretical base for instructional design and exposure to a broad array of the most current instructional methods, strategies, technologies and materials. Seton Hall University is a recognized leader in the use of a variety of modern techniques and digital technologies for teaching and learning. The program is both NCATE/CAEP and ISTE nationally accredited. Courses are offered in Blended, Online, and Traditional Classroom settings.
Home to nearly 10,000 undergraduate and graduate students, Seton Hall has reached new heights in academic excellence, faculty research and student success. Ready to take the next steps on your academic or career path?