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With a master’s degree in Learning Technologies from Fontbonne University, classroom teachers, university professors and educators in all fields will learn the most effective ways to integrate technology into curriculum to better engage students. You’ll learn to use technology as an educator, and not necessarily as a technology expert. That’s an important distinction of our program. We help you identify the most relevant and beneficial technologies that will help your students attain the learning objectives. At Fontbonne, you’ll gain the technological expertise that will make you a more effective and engaging teacher.
At Fontbonne, classes are small, so you receive the support and individualized attention you deserve from skilled faculty who care about your success. Classes are project-based, which allows you to focus on the most relevant skills for your career and to immediately apply the acquired knowledge to a work setting.
This 33-credit-hour program provides the flexibility and convenience that busy adults want and need. You will receive a high-quality education from the same outstanding faculty who teach classes on campus. And, the online program and its accompanying certificates are fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
Fontbonne University’s learning technologies graduate degree and certificates are available completely online, and, just like our traditional programs, our online programs are fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (30 North LaSalle Street, Suite 2400, Chicago, IL 60602-2504; 1-800-621-7440). You’ll receive the same high-quality education online as students who attend classes on campus. You’ll learn from the same outstanding faculty and share the same curriculum. The difference is optimum flexibility, an important factor that makes it possible for you to reach your higher education goals.
Learning Technologies Program Highlights
- Format: Offered exclusively online
- 33 credit hours
- 16-week courses
- Certificates available: Learning Technologies certificate and Virtual Worlds
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To find out more about the Master of Science in Learning Technologies Evening/Online program, email or call 314.863.2220.