New Master’s Program in Learning Engineering at Boston College

The Lynch School of Education and Human Development is launching an exciting Master’s in Learning Engineering for Fall 2019. To learn more and to apply please visit and please join our webinar on October 7th or November 6th on Why we need Learning Engineers.

The one-year, full-time program prepares you to design engaging and effective learning experiences that are informed by the learning sciences and incorporate cutting-edge technologies. This first-to-market program leverages the expertise of faculty from across the Lynch School of Education and Boston’s position as the EdTech hub of the United States. The program is built around a well-facilitated and increasingly challenging experiential core. Throughout the interdisciplinary and experiential program, you’ll complete design challenges, shadow working professionals, visit technology incubators and collaboratories, and intern with local organizations. Please join our webinar on October 7th or November 6th on “Why we need Learning Engineers”.

Looking for industry partners:
We are looking for a wide range of projects for our students to experience, contribute to, and learn from. If your work involves designing for learning or development, we invite you to consider the ways in which you might contribute to and benefit from our students’ education and experience. For more information, or if you would like to propose a shadowing opportunity, studio project, internship, or other experiential learning opportunity for our students, please contact Janet Kolodner at