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Master of Arts in Learning Technology

Program Details

The program prepares students to lead others, develop a network of colleagues, manage resources, make technological decisions, support organizational knowledge sharing, and secure product funding. Offering a distance-learning format, the program allows you to complete your degree while working full-time from anywhere in the world. Course work is customized to integrate with your workplace practice, so you can put your learning into action. Curriculum is organized around three strands: Conceptual Tools, Design Learning, and Action Research. A cohort model offers students a supportive learning environment.


Students will attend CadreCamp, a prerequisite, five-day, face-to-face session where you earn program credit for leadership and technology course work, as well as meet your cohort and faculty.

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Official student transcripts
  • Two professional recommendations
  • A Statement of Purpose

Accreditation & Licensing

Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Senior College and University Commission


This program is not authorized for residents of: Alabama, Georgia, Maryland, and Wisconsin.