The Bachelor of Science Degree in Instructional Training and Design (TDEV)
The undergraduate program in Instructional Training and Design prepares individuals to work as program developers, teachers, and trainers in formal and informal settings such as educational institutions, business and industry, community agencies, health care organizations, and continuing and professional education.
Students will learn to analyze training needs as well as design, deliver, and evaluate training programs.
Other job opportunities include: program designer, training technologist, needs assessment analyst, researcher, transition specialist, career development advisor, training consultant, and employer marketing.
This 122 semester hour program may be completed on either a full-time or a part-time basis. Most courses are offered in the evenings or at other times convenient for working adults.
- TDEV 410 Utilizing Effective Instructional Techniques
- TDEV 411 Managing the Instructional Environment
- TDEV 423 Leadership Applications for Career and Technology
- TDEV 425 Human Relations for Career and Technology Educators
- TDEV 427 Developing Instructional Resources
- TDEV 448 Designing and Evaluating Curriculum
- TDEV 460 Organization and Implementation of Work-Based Learning
- TDEV 479 History and Philosophy of Technical Education
Plus, ninety-eight (98) semester hours of undergraduate level requirements approved by the major advisor for Instructional Training and Design.
Undergraduate transfer courses within an Associates of Applied Science Degree are often utilized as the minor within the BS in Instructional Training and Design.
Center for Career and Technical Training
The Department of Educational Leadership
Texas A&M University-Commerce
Commerce, Texas 75429
Dr. Lee “Rusty” Waller, Ph.D.
Office (903) 886-5109
Cell (903) 815-7926
Texas A&M University—Commerce
Department of Educational Leadership
Attention: Rusty Waller
PO box 3011
Commerce, TX 75429-3011