The need for well-trained and 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 Minor in Learning, Design, and Technology (LDT) prepares students 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 Minor in LDT is made up of 15 credit hours across five (5) courses. These courses provide the foundational skills and knowledge for instructional design work in business, medical, educational, or other domains, and can be a useful complement to a large number of degrees at KSU.
The minor in LDT requires a minimum of 15 credit hours including:
- A required of 12 credits must be completed in 3000 and 4000 level LDT course work.
- A flexible three (3) credits in a choice of five LDT courses.
- All courses must be passed with a ‘C” grade or higher.
The minor does not lead to any state teacher certification.