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Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Educational Technology Leadership (502)

The M.Ed. in Educational Technology Leadership is an online program with two concentrations, one designed for certified teachers and the other for non-teaching professionals.

  • For K-12 teachers, you will earn a degree nationally recognized by the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) through a college accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). The degree also has options that lead to add-on endorsement in Louisiana for Computer Literacy, Educational Technology Leader, Educational Technology Facilitator, and Online Instructor. To be admitted to this program’s concentration, you must have a valid teaching license. You must also meet regular or conditional admission requirements for graduate study.
  • For non-teaching professionals, workforce development concentration prepares graduates to specialize in varied applications, including the following: instructional design and technology, human performance technology, training development and evaluation, and E-Learning. Among the career paths open to graduates are human performance technologist or training/development specialist at local companies/enterprises, local/state governments, public/private training services, and public/private health services. To be admitted to this concentration, no teaching certificate is required. However, you must apply to the Graduate School and meet regular or conditional admission status.

Apply now! This master’s degree program is one of the first of its kind in Louisiana and the first online degree of any kind approved by the Board of Regents.

NSU, a pioneer in distance education, is regarded as the marquee online university in Louisiana because of our lengthy experience in delivering courses and degrees online, and excellent faculty and support staff. We also have a large out-of-state enrollment.

We are proud of the program and even more proud of our graduates’ successes.

For more information on the educational technology program, contact program coordinator Dr. Dustin Hebert at or at 318.357.5518.

For information on Graduate School admissions, go to

Resources for Program Candidates

502A K-12 Teaching and Learning Concentration:

502B Workforce Development Concentration:

Capstone Project Information

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