In 2021, the University of Alabama offered an introductory graduate course in atom probe tomography (APT). This class aims to become a counterpart to other analytical courses, such as electron microscopy and scattering methods in materials. Such courses provide a formal opportunity to education students in the foundational and practical aspects of using such instruments in their research. Collectively, these techniques are applicable to multiple disciplines and as such the course construction was geared to assist students with varied STEM backgrounds. In this inaugural course, nineteen students from programs in metallurgy, materials science, mechanical engineering, physics, and geology were enrolled. This webinar will provide an overview of how the course was constructed, including the topics and sequence followed, homework sets (that required the use of the IVAS platform), and impressions receive from the students as well as myself as the instructor. This webinar is ideal for those that are interested in developing educational modules, workshops, or formal university courses on APT.