Organization, Learning, and Technology MS

The online Master of Science in Organization, Learning, and Technology equips specialists in instructional and technology leadership in education, business, industry, Military, and non-profit organizations.  Learning, technology and leadership should be strategically aligned in order to improve learning and performance of individuals, work groups, and the organization.  Effective learning and instructional solutions in organizations demand advanced knowledge in instructional design, andragogy, technologies, instructional delivery, and systematic analyses in various areas, such as culture, global trends, and workplace needs.  With a blend of theory and technical skills, this program will prepare workplace learning professionals and corporate trainers alike. 

Master of Science in Organization, Learning and Technology - Option II Non-Thesis

30 semester hour program

21 credit hours must be from OLT
Research (3 semester hours required)
OLT 595Research Methodology (3 semester hours required)3
OLT courses choose 6 courses (18 semester hours)
OLT 510, OLT 514, OLT 515, OLT 516, OLT 528, OLT 553, OLT 554, OLT 560, OLT 563, OLT 570, OLT 575, OLT 578, OLT 590, OLT 597 18
Graduate Level Electives (9 semester hours)
Students may take 3 courses (9 semester hours) of OLT courses not previously taken9
OR
Choose up to 2 ETEC courses (6 semester hours), plus6
1 course (3 semester hours) from any graduate level course other than OLT or ETEC.3
Total Hours30

Note:  Successful completion of the Comprehensive Exam is required of all students.