Learning Design and Technology
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At a Glance
An education in learning design and technology (LDT) provides an opportunity to be more effective in the design of learning experiences across multiple education environments, from online learning to corporate training courses. The Graduate Certificate in Learning Design and Technology at Post University offers the learning opportunities you could use to build relevant LDT skills and insights. Coursework covers what it takes to create engaging, intuitive learning experiences for fields of education or corporate training. Your graduate certificate program covers how to:
Note: Credits earned in this five-course graduate certificate may be transferable to the Master of Education program at Post University.
The Graduate Certificate in Learning Design and Technology provides the opportunity to prepare for relevant opportunities in the industry. It is not designed to fulfill the educational requirements for any educational credential, such as a state teacher’s license.
Post University assists in researching and providing information regarding licensure; however, each state has different requirements for such licensure outside of the required education. Such state requirements may include licensure exams, background checks, certain work experience, and more. It is ultimately the responsibility of each student to manage their own licensure process and to ensure that all requirements are met in order for the student to obtain licensure. Post University does not speak on behalf of any licensing board or body and does not guarantee licensure. Requirements for licensure are subject to change without notice.
Learn about teaching certification requirements through the state departments of education: https://www2.ed.gov/about/contacts/state/index.html.
Post embeds micro-credentialing opportunities in programs to help build personal or professional skills to highlight on a resume or online profile.
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“We first want to teach our students who in most cases are in the first third of their professions to continue to cultivate their thinking skills, their ability to really look at the challenges within the educational fields and to be able to utilize that knowledge to help advance them professionally, to help them respond to the needs they see within their organization.”
– Peter Madonia
Program Chair, Master of Education
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