M.S. in Learning Technologies
This new degree will begin to be offered in Fall 2019. Consult with the program director today!
The Master of Science in Learning Technologies is a 30-hr STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) degree program designed to prepare graduate students to be successful servant leaders in Computational Thinking* environments of teaching and learning. These instructional leaders will be designers, collaborators, coaches, and facilitators of technology and the integration of that technology across all disciplines.
The M.S. in Learning Technologies degree program can be completed via the Educational Technology Specialization or the Instructional Design Specialization. The educational technology specialization is geared towards the K-12 education space, while the instructional design specialization is geared towards the higher education or business training and development industries.
More than an Education
Many times the leaders of technology and the leaders of teaching and learning do not speak the same language. The M.S. in Learning Technologies degree at DBU desires to create a common language and the opportunity to learn from each other the benefits of both and integrate those benefits for the success of every student that we serve. The forward movement of technology will not wait for us and is certainly not going anywhere. We must, as instructional leaders, utilize technology’s strengths to breed better teaching and learning experiences for all.
Marked by Service
Join us as we equip you to serve the world through the integration of faith, learning, and technology.
"I am eager for the opportunity to walk with you as you prepare for this next chapter of service in our life. Your work matters, and I will do all that I can to support your vision and call in the world of education, and specifically, in learning technologies."
- Karla Hagan, Program Director
Our program provides options to customize your master's degree with unique specializations within the degree plan.
- Educational Technology
- Instructional Design
Admission Requirements for the M.S. in Learning Technologies
- There are no requirements additional to the Graduate School's requirements for Full Admission.
The admission requirements listed above are specific to this degree program and are supplemental to the Graduate School’s requirements for Full Admission. Admission to one graduate program does not guarantee admission to another. Applicants who show potential for graduate study, but do not meet the criteria for Full Admission, may be admitted for up to 12 hours under provisional status. Students admitted under Provisional Admission will be granted Full Admission upon successful completion of 12 credit hours and fulfillment of the conditions of their admission as determined by the Master’s Degrees Admission Committee.