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School of Education - George Mason University
Gain specialized knowledge in learning and instructional design with a focus on e-learning practices using current technologies.

Courses for this certificate program are offered in a part-time online format that provides flexibility and accessibility for working professionals from across the state or across the globe. All 15 credits may be applied to the MS in Learning Design and Technology.

Why Choose Mason

  • Courses are offered in a convenient, part-time asynchronous format.
  • Our School of Education is ranked 59 out of 392 schools of Education by U.S. News & World Report .
  • Out competetive tuition makes our top-rated education available to more students.

Who Should Apply

Though you don't need to hold a specific undergraduate degree to succeed in the program, applicants tend to have degrees in the behavioral, informational, or social sciences; business; or education.

Future Careers

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports the position of training and development specialist is projected to grow 9% by 2028—faster than the average of all occupations.