Common Careers

The primary employers of LTEC graduates are educational institutions, both public and private, at all levels: K-12 and postsecondary (community colleges and universities). LTEC graduates have also been hired by government and private agencies such as software companies, publishing companies, and companies and agencies with training and design departments, such as health care, manufacturing industries and large retail corporations. LTEC graduates have also gone into areas such as media production, online course development, technology utilization, software (i.e., game, app) creation, management, or research and evaluation.

There is no single job title for learning design and educational technologists in organizations, but some examples include: Training Coordinator, Instructional Designer, Technology Support Specialist, Museum Education Specialist, and so on.