Master of Science in Learning Technologies and Media Systems (LTMS)
The Learning Technologies and Media Systems at Harrisburg University is a 36-semester hour program that provides the student with leading-edge approaches and skills to aid in the application of existing and emerging learning technologies in a variety of learning environments. The innovative, applied learning technologies program provides the student with immediate career benefits while preparing for anticipated industry needs. The HU LTMS program supports learning outcome advancements in business and education by cultivating learning leaders with a foundation in instructional design, learning theory, technology application, an understanding of critical issues and an advanced vision for technology-supported learning.
LTMS graduates are able to:
- Analyze performance improvement opportunities to determine appropriate solutions;
- Create engaging learning solutions to improve performance;
- Evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of learning solutions; and,
- Play a role as a thought leader in the integration of technology to improve learning and performance.
Learning Technologies Requirements-The following courses comprise the Learning Technologies and Media Systems program – 36 semester hours. There are 15 semester hours of required core courses, 15 semester hours of open electives or concentration-based electives and 6 semester hours of an experiential component. The semester hour value of each course appears in parentheses ( ).
Complete all of the following Core courses – 15 semester hours:
Complete the following Experiential courses – 6 semester hours:
Complete one of the following Concentrations (15 semester hours):
It is possible to earn an Instructional Certificate in Instructional Technology K – 12 while completing the instructional technology concentration of the LTMS Master of Science program. See the certification requirements at the end of this section.
Games and Simulations:
Integration and Leadership:
The Learning Technologies and Media Systems student can choose courses totaling 15 semester hours from any of the following Master of Science programs: Analytics, Computer Information Sciences, Information Systems Engineering and Management, Learning Technologies, or Project Management.