Minor: Learning Design & Technology
The minor in Learning Design & Technology (LDT) gives the students essential tools in the areas of instructional design, development, evaluation, and assessment. Students in the minor have the ability to choose from an array of course work which bridges the gap between technology and learning. Students will learn from expert faculty and practitioners in the field about the unique opportunities and skills that LDT can bring to the workforce. With an emphasis on modeling and problem solving skills, the minor in LDT can be used to strengthen almost any major.
The Learning Design and Technology Minor consists of six courses, totaling eighteen credits. To be eligible to apply for the minor, students must have a minimum cumulative GPA. of 2.5. The Undergraduate Bulletin provides a list of required and elective courses for the minor.