Undergraduate – Bachelor of Science in Learning, Design, and Technology (LDT)

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A Bachelor of Science in Learning, Design, and Technology (LDT) prepares you for entry into a career in instructional design. Instructional design is a growing career market. In this program, you will learn both the theoretical and technical skills needed to succeed in this field. Through our hand-on approach, you will learn how to break down educational and training problems and design, develop, implement, and evaluate educational/training programs in business, medical, educational, and other domains.

In this degree, you will focus on…

  • Mastering the tools and techniques to create instructional programs.
  • Learning skills to identify situational problems and fix them!
  • Understanding how best to approach learning for all learners in a variety of contexts.
  • Developing the "soft skills" of collaboration and presentation.
  • Creating a professional portfolio to use to launch your career in Industrial Design!

What Can You Do with a Degree in Learning, Design, and Technology?

The Bachelor of Science in Learning, Design, and Technology is a gateway to various professional career areas, such as:

  • Training and Development Specialists
  • Instructional Coordinators
  • Training and Development Managers
  • Instructional/Learning/Learning Experience Designer

Learning, Design, and Technology Degree Salary and Career Information

Below are jobs you could pursue with a bachelor's degree in Learning, Design, and Technology from KSU.


*Source: U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, O*Net Online

Learning, Design, and Technology Degree Benefits at Kennesaw State

  • Job Availability: Comparing current graduation rates in instructional design and job demand, there is an approximate annual gap of more than 1,600 job openings related to Instructional Design in Georgia alone.
  • Distinctive, Relevant Coursework: KSU is the only university in Georgia that offers a Learning, Design, and Technology undergraduate program. The coursework is up to date and based on current industry standards.
  • Very Transfer-friendly and Flexible: This program includes 27 hours of electives. If you had originally pursued a major in a different field, ask about how you can best apply those credits in this program. By planning carefully, you can pursue dual degrees or minors at the same time. Complementary minors include Computer Science, Technical Communication, Game Design and Professional Writing. 
  • Earlier Career Entry: Since Learning, Design, and Technology degrees are typically offered at the master’s level or higher, you can begin your career and start earning a salary sooner by starting to work after earning your undergraduate degree.
  • Real-world Experience: This program utilizes multiple high impact practices to give you valuable experience, including an on-site internship, an ePortfolio and a capstone project.

Contact Information

School of Instructional Technology and Innovation

Kennesaw State University
Kennesaw Hall 
585 Cobb Ave - Box #0127 
Kennesaw, GA 30144

Phone: (470) 578-3262

Dr. Matthew L. Wilson

Program Coordinator

LDT@kennesaw.edu

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1Program tuition is an estimate based on the average student's time to complete. Costs for books, travel, other miscellaneous fees (parking, labs, graduation, etc.) are not included. Tuition and fee changes are posted in the Spring and are effective for Fall semester. Please note that fees are subject to change at the end of any academic term without prior notice. For additional information, see tuition and fees.

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