MS in Learning Design Innovation
This program is intended for those who aspire to teach instructional and program design in schools or leading organizations who need to train staff using technologies and advanced learning theories.
- 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 Trends:
- The national average salary for an Instructional Designer is $61,000. The highest paid Instructional Designers are in San Francisco (a 23% wage premium), Washington (22%), Los Angeles (18%) and Seattle (16%).
- Salaries for training and development specialists was $59,020 in May 2016. The lowest 10% earned less than $32,410, and the highest 10% earned more than $101,010.
- Employment of training and development specialists is projected to grow 11% from 2016 to 2026.