The need for well-trained, experienced instructional designers in the modern workforce is on the rise. Based on standards from leading organizations in performance improvement and instructional design, the Kennesaw State University Bachelor of Science with a major in Learning, Design, and Technology prepares individuals to design, develop, implement, and evaluate instruction and training in business, medical, educational, and other domains.
Graduates of this program possess the knowledge and practical experience needed to: (a) analyze the education and training needs of an organization; (b) effectively apply instructional design and learning theories in workplace contexts; and (c) design, develop, and evaluate learning solutions for face-to-face, online, and hybrid learning environments. The program will leverage strategic partnerships to place graduates in careers in the corporate, non-profit, and educational sectors.
This program does not have specific admission requirements and only admission to Kennesaw State University is required. For more information, please visit the Admissions section of the Catalog.
Each student is expected to meet the Academic Policies Graduation Policies and Procedures outlined in the Academic Policies section of the Catalog.
Program of Study
Lower Division Major Requirements (Area F) (18 Credit Hours)
- LDT 1100:Making Learning Fun
- LDT 2100:Tools & Technologies for Learning
Select any one course from the following (3 Credits):
- COMM 2033:Visual Communication
- CSE 1300:Introduction to Computing Principles
- IS 2200:Information Systems and Communication
- TCOM 2050:Issues in Digital Accessibility
Select any 1000/2000 level courses in ART, BIOL, CGDD, CHEM, COM, CSE, ECE, ECON, EDUC, ENGL, GEOG, HIST, HPE*, IAD, ICT, ISCI, IS, IT, MAED, MATH, MUAP, MUSI, PHYS, POLS, PSYC, STS, SWE, TCID, TCOM, or WELL for a total of 9 credit hours.
*Note: HPE 1000 level courses cannot satisfy Area F requirements
Major Requirements (33 Credit Hours)
Major Electives (15 Credit Hours)
These credit hours do not have to be taken in a single discipline, but should relate to a particular interest or career goal. Completion of a formal minor or certificate program for 15 hours may be used to satisfy major electives. Students must earn a “C” or better for all coursework.
At least 9 credit hours of upper-division course work (3000 - 4000 level) must be taken and applied as major electives.
An additional 3-credit hours of LDT 3398 Internship in Learning, Design, and Technology may be used to satisfy credit requirements in this area.
Free Electives (12 Credit Hours)
Any courses in the university curriculum totaling 12 credit hours.
Program Total (120 Credit Hours)