LTEC prepares individuals to be knowledgeable about learning resources, about the processes for analyzing and devising solutions to those problems through research, theory, design, production, evaluation, utilization, and about the processes involved in organization and personnel management. Such an approach leads to employability in a myriad of situations, so it is not surprising that the positions for which the graduates of our program qualify are listed under different headings, such as educational specialists, instructional designers, educational software developers, training specialists, and of course, classroom and resource teachers. Many of our grads are or become administrators of educational programs, from curriculum directors to technology support or workforce training directors, as a result of their understanding of technology integration.
The primary employers are educational institutions, both public and private, at all levels: K through 12, postsecondary (community colleges and universities). Also government and private agencies like software companies, publishing companies, and companies and agencies with training and design departments, such as health care, manufacturing industries and large retail corporations.