Graduate from the online MS in Learning Design and Technology at George Mason University ready to design and implement learning experiences that help people improve their performance with new knowledge, skills, and abilities.
Unlike other degree programs, our core curriculum includes not only the basic competencies set forth by the International Board of Standards for Training, Performance, and Instruction (IBSTPI), but also the advanced and managerial competencies that prepare you for more senior roles.
You can step into new roles like learning or instructional designer, e-learning developer, and UX designer with your new abilities to:
- Analyze and evaluate learning technologies, programs, and trends
- Collaborate with business leaders and subject matter experts
- Design and implement new learning solutions
- Manage projects through their entire life cycle
3 Program Options
Learning design is a rapidly growing industry that applies to all sectors of business. Mason offers three graduate program options so you can match your academic needs to your career goals:
- MS in Learning Design & Technology
- MS in Learning Design & Technology with Learning Technologies Certificate with a Concentration in E-Learning
- Learning Technologies Certificate with a Concentration in E-Learning
All 15 credits form the Learning Technologies Certificate with a Concentration in e-Learning may be applied to the online Master’s in Learning Design and Technology.
The online MS in Learning Design and Technology program accepts applications two times per year. The application deadlines are as follows:
- Fall: August 1
- Spring: December 4
Applicants for the online program should apply here.
Virtual Open House
The George Mason University faculty dedicates time throughout the year to hold interactive sessions online for those who want to learn more about the programs we offer. If you would like to find out more about what you can expect from an online MS in Learning Design and Technology, visit our pre-recorded Virtual Open House and watch at your convenience. For information on upcoming sessions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
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