How to Apply
The LDT program (formerly ATE) is intended for any individual with a technical or applied associate degree who wishes to enhance his or her education, employment or promotional opportunities. This program teaches students how to integrate technology into their existing work environment and provides graduates with skills that can be applied in virtually any industry.
Typically students have an associate's degree and realize the importance of having a Bachelor's degree in order to advance their careers. Our fully-online program makes the degree convenient and appropriate for candidates of any age or career position, from entry-level to those seeking career advancement or change.
Step 1: Apply for Admission to BGSU
Go to: Online Application
Click APPLY ONLINE NOW
Enter USERNAME and PASSWORD
Complete the application form.
Note: There is a $45 dollar non-refundable application fee.
Step 2: Submit Official Transcripts for Transfer Evaluation
Request an official copy of your transcripts from all colleges and universities you have attended and have them sent directly to:
110 McFall Center
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH 43403
Your course work from other institutions will be evaluated by BGSU's Office of Transfer Credit Evaluation. You will know this is complete once you receive the BGSU Transfer Evaluation document via postal mail. High School transcripts are not required for those with an Associate’s Degree or those with 30 hours or more.
Step 3: Contact the College of Technology
Approximately one week after the Admissions Office receives your transcripts and application, your application will be processed. You will receive an email from the Admissions Office when that is complete. Once you receive notice of admission to BGSU, email Sherri Orwick Ogden (email@example.com), Enrollment Services Manager, Online Specialist in the College of Technology Undergraduate Services Office for account set up and registration instructions. Contact the Office of Admissions during this time if you have any questions.
Students interested in financial aid should visit the Financial Aid section to view requirements and application procedures.
Note for International Students: The Center for International Programs is responsible for coordinating admission and orientation for international students. The staff at the Center for International Programs will be glad to assist you in any way. Please visit the Center for International Programs for additional information.
Admission to the program is a two-part process. Students must first seek admission to BGSU followed by acceptance to the College of Technology's Learning Design and Technology program. Admission to the University does not guarantee admission to the program.
Step 1: Applicants are admitted to the university.
Requirements for transfer student admission can be found at Admissions and Transfer Policies
Step 2: Applicants are reviewed for acceptance into the LDT program.
To be full accepted into the program, applicants must have an applied or technical associate's degree from a regionally accredited institution. Those that do not have appropriate associate degrees are considered pre-majors until the associate degree is obtained.