Shelley Ann Berg, M.S.
Senior Instructional Designer
Class of 2008
I had decided to pursue a master’s degree to develop my instructional design skills; however, now that I have graduated, I’ve found that my skills have developed beyond my expectations and that they have expanded to include many additional areas of performance improvement. I’ve had the opportunity to develop these skills by working on client projects in my classes. And as a graduate assistant, I’ve become further immersed in the academic activities of the program by collaborating with faculty to publish research and present at conferences.
The supportive faculty and the program’s hands-on approach greatly enhanced my educational experience and provided invaluable professional development.