Educational Services 1750 is a graduate certificate specially designed for military applicants who are looking for course work to meet basic requirements called for in the Instructional Systems Series, GS-1750.
This set of 10 courses is made up of 26 credit hours that qualify you for instructional systems positions, with a special focus on learning theories, instructional design practices, educational program assessments, learning materials development, and educational technology.
Prepare for professional positions in the government or civilian sector.
Applications for admission are on a rolling basis.
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