Competencies Gained Through This Program

Graduates of the master’s program of Instructional Systems develop a foundation of the following competencies.

Core competencies developed by taking compulsory courses

  1. Analyzing the state of education and training and identifying problems using the basic principles of Instructional Systems.
  2. Introducing and describing various instances of successes and failures relating to the implementation of e-learning in various fields.
  3. Designing plans for course development and making compelling proposals based on the perspectives of stakeholders.
  4. Designing effective, efficient, and attractive educational content by taking advantage of LMS and other techniques.
  5. Developing prototypes of browser-based, dynamic learning materials using executable programming languages.
  6. Carrying out course development projects as a development team leader.
  7. Accessing finished projects and developed courses to accumulate knowledge for future improvement.
  8. Proposing strategies for educational services or businesses based on the target organization’s personnel strategy and market needs.
  9. Recognizing legal and ethical issues, and learning strategies for resolving them.
  10. Recognizing new developments in instructional systems and applying them to your career.
  11. Contributing to society by expanding the results achieved at academic conferences or in industry groups.
  12. Contributing to the development and improvement of the field of Instructional Systems.

Optional competencies developed by taking elective courses

  1. Installing, constructing, managing, and operating e-learning servers, and developing prototypes of dynamic materials using server-side applications.
  2. Developing e-learning courses and operating systems that meet the requirements for content standardization and interoperability.
  3. Creating safe e-learning environments in terms of network security.
  4. Making recommendations concerning business challenges regarding information dissemination and learning.
  5. Discussing specific areas of e-learning application with experts who take into consideration the specific characteristics of the field.
  6. Proposing project content for educational services or businesses as a consultant, and supporting the execution of projects.
  7. Proposing the establishment, improvement, and evolution of e-learning policies for one’s own institute or institutional customers.