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Master of Learning Technologies

The Master of Learning Technologies provides students with the skills needed to excel in the field of learning technologies. This professional degree is fully online and prepares you to succeed in multiple sectors of education.

Danek Derek
“Being able to apply everything I was working on for school immediately to my work was my favorite part of the program.”
- Darek Danek


This non-thesis online Master of Learning Technologies program is a professional degree focused on applying current research and foundational topics to solving problems of practice facing the use of technology to support learning in a number of contexts including:

  • Traditional K-12 Schools
  • Online K-12 Schools
  • Professional and corporate contexts
  • Higher Education Institutions
  • Not-for-profit organizations
  • Military
  • Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)

We have developed a streamlined curriculum that can be adjusted for both part-time and full-time students. This 30-credit program provides you in-depth theoretical and practical training covering a range of topics including instructional design, technology skills, assessment, reading research, learning theory and specific applications such as online learning environments.

All students are required to participate in a practicum experience in which they will document their experience in an electronic portfolio. The practicum will serve as the required comprehensive exam for this degree. Each student will be paired with a mentor in a professional setting who will guide and evaluate the practicum work.


Career Paths

Graduates have a number of opportunities for careers in learning technologies, including:

  • Instructional designer
  • Educational technologist
  • Technology integration specialist
  • Trainer
  • Director of instructional technology
  • Curriculum developer
  • Media specialist
  • Online teacher


Deadline to Apply: 
March 1
Program Start: 
Autumn semester
Prerequisites/Pre-major Requirements: 
Bachelor/Professional degree, minimum 3.0 GPA, three letters of recommendation
Minimum Program Hours: 

Coursework: Instructional design, technology skills, assessment, reading research, learning theory and learning technology applications
Course requirements: 7 core courses (21 hours), research (3 hours), electives (3 hours), capstone (3 hours)

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Ana-Paula Correia, PhD, Professor
Tracey Stuckey, EdD, Senior Lecturer
Rick Voithofer, PhD, Associate Professor
Kui Xie, PhD, Cyphert Distinguished Professor/Program Chair

Affiliated Faculty
Anika Anthony, PhD, Associate Professor
Jan Nespor, PhD, Professor
David Stein, PhD, Associate Professor




Online program availability may vary by state. For more information on state authorization requirements and disclosures related to online programs, please visit