Learning Technologies Master’s Degree Leads to Vast Career Opportunities

Wondering if a Learning Technologies degree from Harrisburg University of Science and Technology pays off?  Click here to check out the  various positions open in the mid-Atlantic area for students who graduate with a Learning Technologies Master of Science (LTMS) from HU.

The Learning Technologies Master of Science (LTMS) at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology is a part-time or full-time 36 semester-hour program that provides students with leading edge approaches and skills to help them apply existing and emerging learning technologies in a variety of learning environments. The innovative, applied learning technologies program provides you with immediate career benefits while preparing you for projected industry needs.

The program provides you with the knowledge and skills to:

  • Analyze performance improvement opportunities to determine appropriate solutions.
  • Create engaging learning solutions to improve performance.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of learning solutions.
  • Play a role as a thought leader in the integration of technology to improve learning and performance

The opportunities in learning technologies are vast. Many professionals are generalists in the field and you can choose to select a more general approach to your LTMS degree through an open elective structure. As the profession evolves and new techniques and technologies create new opportunities, there are benefits to developing your skills in a concentrated area. The Learning Technologies Master of Science (LTMS) program offers five (5) concentrations that allow you to focus your elective coursework on a specific career outcome:  Instructional Technology; Instructional Design; Instructional Development; Games and Simulations; and Integration and Leadership.  Plus there is an individual concentration. 

Accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, Harrisburg University is a private university offering bachelor-of-science and graduate degree programs in science, technology, and math fields. For more information on the University’s affordable demand-driven undergraduate and graduate programs, call 717.901.5146 or email, Connect@HarrisburgU.edu