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Learning and Design (M.Ed.)

The Learning and Design (L&D) program is a full time, face to face, master’s degree program for anyone who is interested in learning how to create and study environments that have impact across scale, time and context.  From a small game that targets students’ understanding of climate change to community initiatives that create safe spaces for homeless youth, this program focuses on understanding: (1) how people learn, (2) how contexts and tools influence learning, and (3) how to design learning environments and activities to support learning. 

Hear more about the L&D program from our Program Director, Dr. Kristen Neal:

Visit the faculty and staff page to find out more about the backgrounds and research interests of our course leaders.