Learning Design & Technology

The Learning Design & Technology (LDT) MA and certificate programs are designed to flexibly address various professional roles and settings. The certificate programs allow for differentiation based on your unique learning and professional interests and goals. Each certificate program may be completed for professional learning without pursuing the LDT MA or may be completed and combined to meet the partial requirements of our 30-credit hour online LDT MA; people may complete one or two certificates and apply--or stack--them to meet the requirements of the LDT MA, leaving only a few courses to complete for graduation. Each certificate may be completed in one year or less, with the LDT MA completed in two years. This unique approach allows you to complete relevant certificates on your way to the MA.

The LDT certificate programs offer a way for professionals to develop specific high-demand knowledge- and skill-sets within the LDT professional community of practice, based on their own professional interests and goals. For example, the certificate programs are appropriate for:

  • Professionals who already have graduate degrees may complete certificate programs to update their knowledge- and skill-set.
  • Professionals in a different discipline may complete certificate programs to add to their knowledge- and skill-set.
  • Professionals in an educational setting who wish to shift to another educational setting may complete certificate programs to add to their knowledge- and skill-set.
  • Professionals who do not have a graduate degree, and are not sure they want one but do want to add to their knowledge- and skill-set.

In addition, because the certificate programs are fully online, professionals from all over the world may participate.

Master of Arts in Learning Design & Technology, Digital Media for Teaching and Learning, St. Vrain Valley School District Cohort

Degree Earned: MA Classroom Type: Online and on campus classes Equips educators with teacher leadership skills which include inquiry-based learning design, mentoring and coaching strategies, professional learning design and facilitation strategies, and knowledge of emerging technologies that will engage students and colleagues in today’s flipped classrooms, remote, and hybrid learning environments.
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