Georgetown University

Graduate School of Arts & Sciences

Learning, Design, and Technology Program

MA in Learning, Design, and Technology

Degrees: 
  • M.A.
Program Emphasis: 
  • Administrative Leadership
  • College Teaching
  • Student Learning & Development

Contact

Dr. Eddie Maloney
3520 Prospect Street NW
Suite 314
Washington, DC 20057

Program Statement

Georgetown’s Program in Learning, Design, and Technology (LDT) master’s degree gives students a deep foundation in the practice and theory of learning design, technology innovation, learning analytics, and critical studies in higher education, a foundation on which they can create engaging and innovative learning experiences for all students.

The landscape of higher education is complex and continually changing, posing challenges to what it means to be an effective teacher and successful learner. Designed by Georgetown’s center for teaching excellence–the Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship (CNDLS)–the program gives students a broad conceptual foundation in learning and teaching design coupled with real world experience in faculty development, educational technology, and instructional and learning design.

Meets ACPA Commission for Professional Preparation Standards: 
No
Meets CAS Standards: 
No

Visitation Program

No

Requirements

Entrance Exam: 
  • None Required
Assistantship Required: 
No
Assistantship Placement Assistance: 
No
Attendance: 
  • Full time
  • Part time
Program Delivery: 
  • In-person
  • Online
Course Schedule: 
  • Evening
Thesis: 
No
Comprehensive Exam Required: 
No