Bachelor of Science in Learning, Design, and Technology

The need for well-trained experienced instructional designers in the modern workforce is on the rise. Based on standards from leading organizations in performance improvement and instructional design, the Kennesaw State University Bachelor of Science with a major in Learning, Design, and Technology prepares individuals to design, develop, implement, and evaluate instruction and training in business, medical, educational, and other domains.

Graduates of this program possess the knowledge and practical experience needed to (a) analyze the education and training needs of an organization; (b) effectively apply instructional design and learning theories in workplace contexts; and (c) design, develop, and evaluate learning solutions for face-to-face, online, and hybrid learning environments. The program will leverage strategic partnerships to place graduates in corporate, non-profit, and educational careers.

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Program Snapshot

Program Format: Face-to-Face

Number of Credits Hours: 120 Total Hours

Entry Terms: Fall, Spring

Time to Complete: Four-Year Program

Primary Campus: Kennesaw

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Degree Pathway

Stay on the path to graduation by using the degree pathway that maps out your courses by semester and by year.

Learning, Design, and Technology Degree Pathway
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Degree Benefits at Kennesaw State

  • According to current employment trends data, the field of instructional design has grown by 5% in Georgia.

  • Employment data from 2020 indicated a total of nearly 2800 related jobs were posted in Georgia requiring instructional design skills.

  • Comparing current graduation rates and job availability, there is an approximate annual gap of over 1,600 job openings related to Instructional Design in Georgia alone, which creates a critical need for viable candidates.

  • KSU is the only university in Georgia that offers an undergraduate option for Learning, Design, and Technology.

  • Since degrees in this field are typically offered at the graduate level and beyond, entering the field as an undergraduate can accelerate your career path and earning potential by preparing you to directly enter the corporate workforce following your undergraduate degree!  

What can you do with a Learning, Design, and Technology degree?

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

Learning, Design, and Technology Salary and Career Information


School of Instructional Technology and Innovation

Kennesaw State University 
School of Instructional Technology & Innovation
Kennesaw Hall 
585 Cobb Ave - Box #0127 
Kennesaw, GA 30144

Program Coordinator: Dr. Matthew L. Wilson
Phone: (470) 578-3262

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