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Master of Science in Learning Technologies

The Master of Science in Learning Technologies (MSLT) is a 30-hour STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) degree program designed to prepare graduate students to be effective servant-leaders in the field of educational or learning technology. Focused on developing design and computational thinking* skill sets, MSLT graduates will have the knowledge and ability to solve complex problems. Graduates will facilitate learning and improve performance by creating, using, and/or managing appropriate technological processes and resources in a variety of educational settings. 

*iste.org/standards  

The MS in Learning Technologies can be completed with the Leadership or Instructional Design Specialization. The Leadership Specialization focuses on the management of learning technologies, while the Instructional Design Specialization concentrates on the development and implementation of technology tools in a learning environment. 

PROGRAM DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

The Master of Science in Learning Technologies is a 30-hour program. The program is composed of 18 core hours, and 12 hours of specialization.

course

Credit hours

Core Curriculum Requirements

18

EDAD 6300 - Foundations of Instructional Leadership

EDUC 6302 - Research in Education (S-L)

EDUC 6014 - Defense of Degree

LTEC 6301 - Foundations of Learning Technology

LTEC 6302 - Pedagogy in the Digital Age

LTEC 6303 - Technology Tools for Learning

LTEC 6308 - Learning Technologies Capstone

Specializations

Select one Specialization from the following:

12

Instructional Design Specialization

EDUC 6304 - Improvement of Instruction

EDUC 6313 - Assessment to Improve Learning: Formative Assessments and Continuous Improvement

LTEC 6304 - Foundations of Instructional Design

Choose one of the two:

EDUC 6320 - Project-Based Learning

or

LTEC 6306 - Multimedia Design and Production for Learning

Learning Technologies Leadership Specialization

EDUC 6318 - Leading for Learning

LTEC 6305 - Learning Technology Planning and Management

MSITM 6313 - Information Security Privacy, Program Management and Development

MSITM 6321 - IT Strategy

Total Credit Hours Required

30

(S-L)=Course(s) with field-based service-learning component.

Refer to individual course descriptions for course requisites.

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

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