Design of Learning Technologies Minor Degree
Drexel University School of Education
Drexel’s minor in Design of Learning Technologies prepares students to build the next generation of information and computing technology for learning. Students learn interdisciplinary skills and knowledge necessary to design, develop, and implement technology-enhanced learning environments for a variety of settings.
The curriculum combines knowledge of how people learn, learning technology design, and child/adolescent development from the School of Education with computational thinking courses in the College of Computing and Informatics.
Courses and descriptions can be found in the Drexel Course Catalog.
Students who are interested should contact their undergraduate academic advisors or the School of Education at 215.895.6770.
Design of Learning Technologies Minor Degree Program Requirements
The minor in Design of Learning Technologies is comprised of 8 courses for a total of 24 credits. Students must have a 2.5 cumulative GPA or higher and must be enrolled in a bachelor's degree program in order to pursue this minor.
What can you do with a minor in Design of Learning Technologies?
Students who earn a minor in Design of Learning Technologies will have the ability to apply theory to the creation of educational and learning environments. Careers include working for education software and gaming companies to develop applications and programs to help enhance learning.
With hands-on courses focused on human learning and technology design, the Design of Learning Technologies minor combines expertise in the foundations of education with design and technical expertise that is central for best practices of the application, development, and use of technologies throughout our lifetimes.