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Get Transfer Credit Into MS-LDT from Your Instructional Design Program

If you are considering enrolling in the online MS-LDT program and have completed one of the certificate programs listed below, you may be eligible to receive transfer credit toward your master’s degree completion. Transfer credit is currently offered for the following instructional design programs:


OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY E-LEARNING INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT CERTIFICATE

If you have completed the entire E-Learning Instructional Design and Development Certificate Course with a “Pass” grade for each course and have been awarded your certificate by Oregon State University, you may be eligible to receive credit in the MS in Learning Design & Technology at University of San Diego.


UC Irvine E-LEARNING INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN CERTIFICATE PROGRAM

If you have completed the entire E-Learning Instructional Design Certificate Program with a grade of B or better in each course from UC Irvine Division of Continuing Education, you may be eligible to receive credit in the MS in Learning Design & Technology at University of San Diego.

Connect with an Enrollment Advisor today to learn about how to submit your official transcript to the university.


At a Glance

Earn a career-building master’s degree in instructional design in just 20 months.

20 Months
30 Units
$710
May 7
April 8

As a lifelong learner with a thirst for L&D and a hunger for personal growth, I am grateful to USD for the thoughtful design of its MS-LDT program. The structure provided short, targeted classes tuned to the needs of working adults. With my transfer credits from UC Irvine’s eLearning Certificate program, I was able to complete the entire MS-LDT program in just over a year! Each course integrated seamlessly with prior courses, building my proficiency by leaps and bounds. With an emphasis on real-world applications, I created projects that were meaningful to me and my style while receiving individualized feedback and quality suggestions from my professors. I particularly respect the weight given to ethical design practices; from respecting copyright to accessibility, the theme of responsible course design was woven into every aspect of the program. By graduation, I had developed my personal brand and produced a portfolio to be proud of!


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“USD’s LDT program prepares learning designers by engaging aspiring professionals in many hands-on experiences applying the theory and design knowledge employers seek.”

– Academic Director, Dr. Lisa Evans

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