Spring 1 2024 classes start on January 15, 2024
The online Master of Arts in Education with a specialization in Educational Technology degree is designed to prepare leaders and practitioners in cutting-edge areas including technology integration, digital transformation, technology-enabled academic innovation, online education, training, and professional development. These in-demand skills can be applied to many professional settings, including K-12 schools, higher education institutions, business, healthcare, the military, and government.
Save Time and Money - With Prior Learning Assessment (PLA), earn up to 9 credit hours for Quality Matters' "Teaching Online Certificate (TOC)" or "Master Reviewer Certificate (MRC)". You can also earn up to 6 credit hours for the LSU Online Learning Experience Design Microcred®.
LSU’s online education technology program is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education and the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related.
Graduates identify and apply relevant theory, research, and best practices in ed tech to solve problems and effect change in education and training.
Gain knowledge in technology integration, digital transformation, technology-enabled academic innovation, online education, and more.
Applications may be submitted without a GRE/GMAT exam score.
Total credit hours per program: 36 credit hours
Cost per credit hour: $459
Total cost with fees: $16,524
You may be able to find savings and earn credit from previous work or training, or as demonstrated by your industry certifications, through Prior Learning Assessment. Learn more.
The total cost above does not include transfer credit or financial aid. Cost per credit hour and fees are subject to change. Fee schedules may vary by program depending on course-specific fees for proctoring and/or books. Please contact a Student Success Coach for more information.
|Educational Technology Core/Elective||Credit Hours|
|ELRC 4249: Understanding and Applying Research in Education||3|
|ELRC 4507: Computer Technology in Education||3|
|ELRC 7420: Administration of Technology Programs||3|
|ELRC 7500: Technology Leadership in Education||3|
|ELRC 7501: Educational Technology Assessment & Evaluation||3|
|ELRC 7502: Principles of Distance Education||3|
|ELRC 7503: Instructional Design||3|
|ELRC 7505: Design and Development of Multimedia Instructional Units||3|
|ELRC 7516: Practicum in Educational Technology||3|
|ELRC 7525: Professional Development for K-12: Technology Integration||3|
|ELRC 7535: Advanced Telecommunications and Electronic Learning||3|
|ELRC 7550: Theory and Research in Educational Technology||3|
|ELRC 7551: Emerging Technology and Pedagogy||3|
LSU’s online educational technology program is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education and the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related.
Graduates of our online master’s in educational technology program will learn cutting-edge strategies to help them become better educators and advance their careers.
Students will learn the following:
Our Master of Arts in Education - Educational Technology is ranked by U.S. News as one of the best online programs for a master’s in education. Our program is 100% online, flexible, and affordable. Applications may also be submitted without a GRE/GMAT exam score. Additionally, enrolled students can earn up to 9 credit hours with a Quality Matters Teaching Online Certificate (TOC) or Master Reviewer Certificate (MRC).
The passion and excellence that LSU stands for have earned the school a coveted "Tier One" spot in U.S. News & World Report's “Best Colleges.” As the state’s flagship university, LSU has been preparing students for rewarding careers for nearly 150 years. Today, LSU is equally proud of its strides to make education more accessible through innovative online degree programs that are every bit as rigorous as its on-campus programs
Through the dedication of an exceptional faculty and staff, LSU is one of only 30 universities in the United States designated as a land-grant, sea-grant, and space-grant institution. In addition, LSU is the only public top-tier university—and the only university in Louisiana—to receive the honor of being placed in the "very high research activity" category by the Carnegie Foundation.
The Louisiana Department of Education (LA DoE) recognizes the coursework in the Educational Technology program for three add-on endorsements: Online Instructor, Technology Facilitator, and Technology Leader.
Question: Will my degree say LSU Online?
Answer: No, upon program completion you will receive the same diploma as your on-campus peers.
Question: Do I ever need to appear at the LSU campus for LSU Online programs?
Answer: No, you do not. LSU Online programs are 100% online and require no on-campus appearance. Check with your program for any activities or events that may be available to you should you be in the Baton Rouge area.
Question: How do I find out who my advisor and/or class instructor is?
Answer: Your advisor will be assigned by your department. Feel free to contact your department for specifics as to who your instructor will be for a class. Generally, Moodle (the class delivery system) displays class information at least 10 to 14 days before the class begins. Instructions for Moodle are covered in the LSU Online Orientation.
Question: Is financial aid available for online students?
Answer: Yes, students in an LSU Online graduate program may be eligible for financial aid. For more information email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Question: Is the Master of Arts in Educational Technology in Analytics from LSU fully accredited?
Answer: Yes, the Master of Arts in Educational Technology is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education and the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related.
Question: Do I have to pay the full tuition upfront?
Answer: No, you pay as you go for each course you’re registered in for the term.
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