Learning Design and Technology Minor

The Learning Design and Technology Minor is available to undergraduate students majoring in other disciplines. The minor provides an excellent opportunity for non-education majors to broaden their knowledge of the learning and performance improvement disciplines. In addition, the program enhances career prospects and establishes a solid business base for pursuing a Master of Education in Learning Design and Technology degree.

The Learning Design and Technology Minor consists of six courses, totaling eighteen credits. To be eligible to apply for the minor, students must have a minimum cumulative g.p.a. of 2.5.

Required Courses6
Instructional Design
Evaluation Techniques and Tools
Select 4 of the 5 following courses:12
Interactive Course Design
Digital Games for Learning
Simulations for Learning
Digital Video for Learning
Emerging Technologies
Total Credits18

Students must achieve a cumulative g.p.a of 2.5 or better with no grade below ‘C’ in the 18 minor credits.