MS in Learning Technologies
The Master of Science in Learning Technology puts students on the cutting edge of teaching. This unique curriculum blends design thinking and learning science to form a comprehensive program that prepares students to make strides in today’s technology-rich educational environments.
The Learning Technologies program is designed and facilitated by faculty who are recognized scholars, practitioners and researchers in learning technology and design. Coursework includes 15 10-week courses for a total of 45 credit hours. Additional credit hours may be required for the PA ITS certification program.
Students generally complete the program in two years. Customizable plans of study are available.
For the MS in Learning Technologies curriculum, please visit the Drexel University Online Course Catalog.
The six-credit research experience is completed over two consecutive terms.
The first part of your action research course is used for planning and proposal development. Assignments from the research course will be used in finalizing your action research project and proposal.
In the second part of your research course, students work in the field. With the guidance of the research mentor and support of the course instructor, students gain practical experience to complement the skills, knowledge and principles they have learned in their coursework. A current place of employment may be used to fulfill this requirement, but the student must go above and beyond his or her current job function. Drexel’s partnership with schools throughout the School District of Philadelphia also provides many opportunities for field internships, placements, and professional development.
Upon completion of the research courses, students will have a solid foundation of knowledge, research skills and experience to add to their credentials.