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The Learning Systems and Design degree blends the fields of education, psychology, and communications to create effective teaching and learning tools. Our program goes beyond simply creating training materials, students learn to carefully consider how others learn and what materials and methods will help individuals achieve their academic or training goals. Students can use what they learn in the classroom to teach any individual using modern innovative teaching methods. Whether it be in the classroom or in the workplace the graduates of this program will gain experience with how technology can be used when helping others learn the skills they need.
Engaging and hands-on, SVSU’s Technology Learning Systems and Design program accept a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. A detailed list of requirements makes applying straightforward and simple.
Offered part-time or full-time, our Technology Learning Systems and Design degree is made for the working student—with flexible class times and the perfect combination of in-person and remote instruction.
More affordable than comparable programs with a variety of loans and scholarships available, SVSU’s Technology Learning Systems and Design program is a convenient and cost-effective way to advance your career.
— Michelle Galindo
E-Learning Specialist - Volkswagon of America, Inc
SVSU's innovative instructional design program offers working adults a flexible solution for earning their degree from a highly-ranked and nationally recognized program.
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