It’s hard to imagine a sector of the economy that isn’t touched by the need for innovative thinking in digital learning. Corporate modules, military training, P-12 curricula, online and hybrid college classes, MOOCs, digital subscription courses and even e-learning in religious institutions-all benefit from the theory and processes underpinning learning, design and technology.
In this creative, important field, you can create a career path in almost any industry you choose, empowering everyone from small children to aging adults with tools to enhance their lives.
About Learning, Design and Technology
As a discipline, learning, design and technology translates teaching and learning theories into effective instruction across all ages and settings.
Offered entirely online, the UW master’s degree program in learning, design and technology stresses rural access, distance delivery and diverse learning environments, making it possible for you to conveniently acquire the background and technology skills to become an instructional designer/technologist. Through hands-on learning and field work, you will not only develop instructional design proficiency, you will also create materials that demonstrate your abilities to produce dynamic, effective educational products.