What sets the tone for innovation? Leadership.
Emerging technologies are expanding the way we learn — and how companies grow. Today, more than 70% of executives anticipate innovation being a top driver of growth in the next five years.* But innovation doesn’t happen on its own — it takes leadership.
Whether you’re in charge of a corporation or a classroom, today’s leaders must do more than delegate. They must design and drive the strategy, creating ideas and leading others to implement them. Come learn how it’s done — then lead the way.
*McKinsey & Company
Why earn your master’s in learning design and innovation?
The majority of senior executives — 94% — consistently agree that people and culture are the most important drivers of innovation.* But companies need strong leaders to steer them in the right direction. They need you.
Being a leader in the 21st century requires you to personalize your learning approach and integrate technology in specific learning environments. Your online Master of Science in Learning Design and Innovation can prepare you to maximize your team’s potential by choosing technology that inspires them to think differently and innovate.
*McKinsey & Company
What can you do with your degree?
A recent survey of 600 global business executives, managers, and professionals determined that leadership is the best predictor of innovation performance.* That means the leadership shortage is putting innovation at risk. You can help fuel both.
Organizations rely on leaders to build diverse teams and train them for optimal performance. By earning your master’s in leadership in learning design and innovation, you can strengthen the innovative spirit in your organization and qualify to become an instructional designer or a training and development specialist — roles that are projected to grow 11% from 2016 to 2026.*
You’ll empower employees to embrace their differences and collaborate as a team. And when teams work together, they innovate.
*U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC)
Ranked among the top 50 “National Universities” and 35th among “Best Value Schools” by U.S. News & World Report
Specializations offered in five M.S. in Leadership programs: preK-12 administration, higher education, learning technology, learning design and innovation, and organizational leadership and learning
Program Learning Outcomes
Graduates of Master of Science in Learning Design and Innovation will be expected to achieve the following learning outcomes:
1. Develop and practice clear, persuasive and data supported narratives that advance initiatives and present them using advanced transmedia.
2. Develop and deliver learning experiences by integrating and applying learning theory and tools of technology and asses outcomes of those efforts.
3. Integrate personal, organizational and societal values into leadership initiatives and advance them throughout organizations.
4. Analyze theories and characteristics of formal and informal learning environments and integrate the use of technology.
5. Understand unique characteristics and formal and informal learning environments and demonstrate the ability to apply technology to each setting based on relevant learning theories.