Engage More. Earn More.
Personalized learning has been empowered by technology at every level of education. According to a 2021 EducationWeek survey, 90 percent of high school and middle school districts and 84 percent of elementary school districts reported at least a 1:1 student-to-device ratio.1
Whether you’re in the classroom or designing professional development courses, a Master of Education in Learning Design and Technology will help you incorporate technology and drive results among your learners. You’ll be ready to design instruction that is accessible to learners, employs the latest teaching strategies, and incorporates technology in a way that increases learner success through deeper engagement.
- Instructional Coordinators (including Instructional Designers): $63,7402, Career Growth 10%2
- Training and Development Managers: $120,1303, Career Growth 11%3
- Elementary and Kindergarten Teachers*: $61,3504, Career Growth, 7%4
- Middle School Teachers*: $61,3205, Career Growth, 7%5
- High School Teachers*: $61,8206, Career Growth, 8%6
- K-12 Administrators*: $98,4207, Career Growth 8%7
* Professional licensure required. This program is not intended to lead to a professional license or certification in any state.
Top Careers in Learning Design
The skills you’ll gain in our online M.Ed. in Learning Design and Technology program will enrich any organization, but you don’t have to be a teacher to grow your career. Examples of positions* that may be open to you with this degree include:
- Director of Teaching and Learning
- Instructional Design Specialist
- Technology Integrationist
- Professional Development Coach
- Curriculum Specialist/Director
- Information Technology Specialist
- Digital Learning Coach
- STEAM Teacher*/Coordinator
*Professional licensure may be required. This program is not intended to lead to a professional license or certification in any state.
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