Empower learners through technology

The online Learning, Design and Technology master’s degree will equip you with technical knowledge and skills to become a valuable resource for your school, business or organization. Learn to manage technology resources and effectively instruct students, teachers and other professionals in educational or training environments.

Choose from concentration areas in:

  • Information Technology
  • Instructional Technology
  • Leadership in Instructional Technology
  • School Librarian

Career Opportunities with a Master's in Learning, Design and Technology

  • Instructional Designer
  • Technology Associate
  • IT Support Specialist
  • Consultant
  • Technology Training Coordinator
  • Technology Manager
  • Technology Training Director
  • IT Supervisor
  • School Librarian

"I believe the most valuable thing I gained from this program is an eye opening to the experiences and realizing that technology it's not going anywhere. It's here to stay in education and that's really going to give me a leg up to be able to help my students and not only them, but also the teachers that I work with."

Cayle Jones

Instructional Technology, M.S.Ed.

Benefits of a Master's Degree

A graduate degree helps you advance your career by qualifying for higher positions with additional leadership opportunities. The median salary for those with master’s degrees is 16% higher than for those with an undergraduate degree, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.