Curriculum Design


Do your training experiences need to be refreshed? Do you know what your students are really learning? Where are the gaps? Are your programs accomplishing their end goals? How do you know? If you can’t do everything, which programs should take priority?

RISE helps you answer these questions and more. Our team of instructional design professionals make sure your educational programs and resources are strategic, efficient, and effective.

We support the entire lifecycle of an instructional design project:

  • Needs Assessment
  • Curriculum Mapping
  • Learning Outcomes Assessment
  • Educational Strategy
  • Program Design and Development
  • Resource Development
One of the things I appreciate most about working with RISE is the kind of thinking they do. Partnering with RISE on a problem analysis and program development helped us think differently about our work. We learned right along with RISE consultants, and the process in which we engaged left us better informed and prepared to tackle our issues.
— Lindsay Sell, Colorado State University

Sometimes you can’t afford to spend money on a pre-packaged, plug-and-play program, just to hope it will work for your students. You need a learning experience that is customized specifically to the culture, systems, and needs of your community. Take a look at what we’ve built for some of our past clients:

Recent Projects

  • North-American Interfraternity Conference: PRIME - A Summit of IFC Presidents
  • Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors | First 90 Days program
  • Sigma Phi Epsilon: Phillip A. Cox Volunteer Institute
  • Boise State University | Educational Strategy and Core Program Development
  • Alpha Delta Pi Delta | Delta Member Experience Redesign
  • Alpha Chi Omega | Curriculum Mapping & Needs Assessment
  • Purdue University | FSC Leadership Institute
  • Miami University | Online Hazing Prevention Program

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