Instructional Design and Technology M.A.
Kimberly chose WVU Online because she had previously attended WVU for both her bachelor's degree and a master's degree in social work, so she already know that the Mountaineer academic programs are exceptional.
“Online courses take a lot of personal accountability, self-management, and active engagement, and you truly get out of it what you put into it.”
“I also needed a program that was flexible with my work schedule, yet of high quality, with faculty that possess experience in the field and who are responsive to students.”
“I determined that the M.A. in Instructional Design and Technology was the perfect fit for me because it was the degree I needed to reach my career goals, and it is also 100% online.”
Kimberly was happy that the professors were available to answer questions or explain lessons in more detail through email, phone, and Zoom almost any time she needed assistance.
“But I think with online courses, you, as a student, have to actively engage yourself. Even though you are not face-to-face, it is important to be an active student. Read all information provided, watch all the videos, interact with students in your classes, pay attention to details, and ask questions."
“Sometimes life throws you a curve ball, and you can’t be where you want to be. Taking courses online allows you to continue to work toward your career goals even when that curve ball comes flying across your plate.”