MS in Leadership in Learning Technology
This program is intended for individuals seeking to serve as leaders of education and learning development teams, Chief Learning and/or Information Officers responsible for the learning technology arms of private and public organizations, private education, and other learning organizations.
- Relevant and emerging fields with strong employment growth potential and attractive salaries.
- Requires 32 units of coursework for completion.
- 18 units of coursework is common across all five programs.
- Completed over 20 months.
- Offered 75% online and 25% in residency in Los Angeles.
- Residency takes place three times a year over a 3-day weekend (Friday, Saturday, Sunday). Take only 3 Fridays off a year from work (travel logistics may require additional time off).
- You may receive up to 9 hours of credit towards the pursuit of a doctorate degree with the School of Education.
- Faculty support and coaching to provide the opportunity for you to present your work at national and global conferences.
- An equitable admission process that considers your ability and commitment to succeed rather than scores on standardized tests – No GRE required.
Employment and Salary Trend:
- Employment of training and development managers is projected to grow 10% from 2016 to 2026, faster than the average for all occupations.
- According to the U.S. Department of Labor, such technology-related occupations are expected to grow 12% by 2024, greater than the average for all other occupations. Nearly 500,000 jobs are projected to be added from 2014 to 2024 related to technology alone.
- According to the 2016 US Department of Labor, the average L&D manager wage was $105,830.
- The lowest 10% earned less than $57,760, and the highest 10% earned more than $184,990.