What can I do with this program after I graduate?

  • Learning, Design and Technology prepares professionals to work on instructional design and technology positions in Education (K-12 and higher education), Corporate, Government, and Military.
  • Learn more about possible career opportunities with this degree.  

M.Ed. in Learning, Design and Technology is a 33 credit hour program. Courses are delivered 100% online. Select one of the following concentrations:


School Specialist Concentration (18 Credit Hours)

  • EIST 5100 - Technology Integration in Education (3)
  • EIST 6100 - Foundations of Learning, Design, and Technology (3)
  • EIST 6101 - Learning Principles in Learning, Design, and Technology (3)
  • EIST 6110 - Instructional Design (3)
  • EIST 6130 - Instructional Multimedia Development (3)
  • RSCH 6101 - Research Methods (3)

Training and Development Concentration (18 Credit Hours)

  • EIST 6100 - Foundations of Learning, Design, and Technology (3)
  • EIST 6101 - Learning Principles in Learning, Design, and Technology (3)
  • EIST 6110 - Instructional Design (3)
  • EIST 6130 - Instructional Multimedia Development (3)
  • EIST 6170 - Human Performance Technology (3)
  • RSCH 6101 - Research Methods (3)

Online Learning and Teaching Concentration (18 Credit Hours)

  • EIST 6100 - Foundations of Learning, Design, and Technology (3)
  • EIST 6101 - Learning Principles in Learning, Design, and Technology (3)
  • EIST 6110 - Instructional Design (3)
  • EIST 6130 - Instructional Multimedia Development (3)
  • EIST 6150 - Design, Development, and Evaluation of Online Learning Systems (3)
  • RSCH 6101 - Research Methods (3)

Elective Courses (9 credit hours)
Select three of the following:

  • EIST 6000 - Topics in Learning, Design, and Technology (1 to 6)
  • EIST 6120 - Current Trends in Learning, Design, and Technology (3)
  • EIST 6121 - Advanced Instructional Design (3)
  • EIST 6135 - Learning Media, Resources, and Technology (3)
  • EIST 6140 - Instructional Video Development (3)
  • EIST 6150 - Design, Development, and Evaluation of Online Learning Systems (3)
  • EIST 6160 - Designing Learning Systems with Simulation and Game Technology (3)
  • RSCH 7196 - Program Evaluation Methods (3)

Note: Students should work with an advisor to determine the related coursework that works best in their program of study.  For the most current approved courses, visit the Learning, Design, and Technology website.