Learning Technologies (LT) applies contemporary research and development from interdisciplinary fields such as education, psychology, communications, and technology. We use knowledge from these fields to design effective, efficient, interactive, and engaging learning environments. The LT Program offers graduate-level master's and doctoral degrees which prepare professionals for various positions in education as well as professional industries.
Working closely with faculty, students can expect to be involved in contemporary research and design projects (e.g., Alien Rescue, TechEdges, Digital Equity) using state-of-the-art technologies. Courses in this program cover topics such as instructional design, foundations of LT, teaching and learning with technologies, multimedia design, analysis of emerging educational technologies, and the future of online learning. Our graduates serve as university faculty, instructional designers, evaluators, trainers, and managers of instructional systems in public schools, business, government, higher education, military, and other settings.
Please note: The department will not be admitting new doctoral applicants to the Learning Technologies program area for the 2020-2021 academic year.