Undergraduate Program

An undergraduate degree program leading to the Bachelor of Science degree with a major is available.

The Learning and Technology program is designed to prepare entry level personnel into the field of training and development from a global perspective.

The major is composed of a minimum of thirty-six (30) semester hours incorporating elements of professional education and digital content, plus eighty-four (84) hours of career field coursework, university studies requirements, and electives which maybe transferred in from another institution.

The Bachelor of Science in Learning and Technology equips entry-level personnel in the field of eLearning (adult training and development) for practice in public education, private education, business, industry, and non-profit organizations. Learning and technology are intertwined to develop next generation trainers and leaders to implement technology and learning strategies across curricula and classrooms of all kinds.

Core Curriculum Courses
See the Core Curriculum Requirements  42
Required courses in major
EDUC 401 Metacognition  6
EDUC 402 GLB/Global Communication  6
EDUC 403 Digital Fluency  6
EDUC 404 Cultural Fluency  6
EDUC 405 GLB/Global Fluency  6
EDUC 406 Servant Leadership  6
Career Field
21 semester hours of courses focused on the desired career field  21
Electives
21 semester hours of course electives  21
Total Hours 120

CONTACT INFORMATION:

The Department of Higher Education & Learning Technologies
Texas A&M University-Commerce
Dr. Charlotte Larkin.

Phone: 
Office (903) 886-5518 
E-Mail:  Charlotte.Larkin@tamuc.edu