Master of Education in Learning Design and Technology online
How will a USC Rossier Master of Education in Learning Design and Technology online (LDT online) degree benefit your career? Learn more about how our program will prepare you for employment and see how some USC Rossier alumni are using their degrees.
The LDT online program prepares you for your career in instructional design. In addition to being a renowned program from a prominent university, the LDT online degree gives you formal expertise that you can apply in a variety of settings.
Check out these statistics about how USC Rossier prepares our alumni for employment:
of alums said their USC Rossier education prepared them to be more effective in their career
of alums said their studies at USC Rossier prepared them well for future employment
Less than 15% of alumni took more than six months to find a job after graduating from USC Rossier
Join a Growing Industry
U.S. News & World Report recently ranked the career of instructional designer as one of the best jobs in America based on its strong employment prospects and good salary.
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Learning Design and Technology Careers
LDT graduates will be prepared to design, develop, implement, and evaluate learning environments and outcomes for various formal (e.g., K-12 and higher education), non-formal (e.g., corporate, military, and government organizations) and informal settings (e.g., museums, science centers, and public spaces).
Potential jobs for graduates include:
- Educational Program Designer
- Learning Strategist
- Instructional Design and Evaluation Specialist/Instructional Systems’ Designer
- Performance Assessment Manager
- Training Director/Manager
- Director of Distance Learning
- Education Coordinators and Directors in the following settings:
- Science centers
- After-school programs
- Tutoring centers
Learning Design and Technology Alumni
Explore some of the current positions held by LDT online alumni. Click on a name to view the alumni’s LinkedIn profile.
- Marianna Ward, MEd ‘19, Manager, Medical Education Programs, Keck School of Medicine, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
- Darlene Aguilar, MEd ‘18, Instructional Design Librarian, Loyola Marymount University
- Ashley Naranjo, MEd ‘18, Manager of Educator Engagement, The Smithsonian Institution
- Jessica Carter, MEd ‘17, Senior Analyst, Training Development, Taco Bell
- Phil B. Potter, MEd ‘16, CEO & Lead Instructional Designer, Kinetic Instruction