Bachelor of Science in Applied Management - Instructional Technology, Training & Evaluation (Bachelor of ScienceAM-ITTE))

The BSAM-ITTE bachelor of science degree completion program entails 40 specific upper-division credit hours focused in Instructional Technology, Training and Evaluation. The BSAM-ITTE program is designed to provide students with occupationally-relevant skills and knowledge in the area of:

  • Instructional Design Training

  • Learning Media Development

  • Human Performance Technology

  • Assessment and Evaluation

Delivery Method

Fully online

Admission Requirements

NIU general requirements for undergraduate admission plus, for seamless admission, AAS, AS, or AA from an Illinois community college in:

 

  • Computer Software Development OR

  • Graphic Design OR

  • Website Design & Development OR

  • Library & Information Studies OR

  • Digital Media OR

  • Business Management OR

  • Computer Information Systems OR

  • Administrative Office OR

  • Management OR

  • Marketing Management.

Transfer Policy

Special Characteristics

  • Students will work with our nationally ranked and experienced faculty.

  • Up to 30 semester hours of credit may be awarded for documented prior learning through professional experiences and non-traditional learning in an area related to the emphasis. Credit will be awarded based on evaluation of a professional portfolio. These credits will be held in "escrow" and will be posted to the student's transcript upon the completion of all designated 300- and 400-level course work for the applied management degree.

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