Applying and New Students

The LDL Program: At a Glance

  • What: Innovative approaches to learning, with a focus on e-learning and technology-mediated knowledge communities.
  • Who: Professionals in a wide range of learning professions, or people wanting to make a career change into one of these areas, and subject matter experts who desire to incorporate learning sciences theory and practice into their professional repertoire:
  • Learn More: See below and view our LDL Program Overview page
  • How: To enroll, visit the Learning Design and Leadership Program page on the College of Education website.

Read experiences of current College of Education online students and alumni on the College’s Online Experiences page.

Students in our Program: At a Glance

  • Early childhood, elementary/primary and secondary school teachers
  • P-16 Administrators
  • College and university instructors
  • Online education developers and teachers
  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning practitioners
  • User experience developers
  • Workplace training and development professionals
  • Instructional designers and curriculum developers
  • Designers of informal online, software-embedded, and on-the-fly learning solutions and environments
  • Educational technology professionals
  • Leaders in learning organizations
  • Mentors and learning leaders in communities of practice
  • Subject matter experts from any discipline
  • Museum educators
  • Non-Profit leaders and learning professions


For further information, contact the LDL program and dissertation advisor, Dr Kara Francis <>