If so, consider this opportunity:
Andy Petroski, Director of Learning Technologies at Harrisburg University will be here TODAY to talk with undergraduates about the learning technologies master’s program. He’ll be in the Eisenhower 1st Floor Commons until 1:30 pm.
The LTMS program prepares graduate students for careers in the growing fields of instructional technology, educational technology, online learning or serious games and simulations. Students with an undergraduate degree in Humanities can utilize the LTMS degree to transition into a successful career in learning technologies as an instructional designer, eLearning developer or simulations, serious game or virtual worlds designer in business, government or education.
The future continues to look bright for training and education professionals in the learning field. CNN Money ranks four (4) of its Top 100 Best Jobs in America from the training and learning field. You can view the rankings at http://money.cnn.com/pf/best-jobs/2012/full-list/index.html. Higher education is also witnessing a growing need for instructional technologists and those that can effectively apply technology to learning needs and create impactful online learning experiences. That fact is highlighted in these two articles from the Center for Digital Education.
- Why Higher Education is Looking for E-Learning Leaders (http://bit.ly/SEpKhq)
- Distance Education Master’s Programs Are Rare, but Important (http://bit.ly/S5DHGo)
As technology continues to become a larger part of training, education and behavior change activities, organizations are looking for people with technology skills that can be applied to training solutions.