Education and Design with Learning Technology Degree Programs

Undergraduate Program
Currently, there is one core class for undergraduates pursuing a teaching degree, EDLT 368 Integrating Technology with Teaching. But stay tuned for new undergraduate courses coming soon.  Undergraduate students receive advising through NMSU’s Center for Academic Advising and Student Support located in Garcia Annex. See the catalog for degree plans.

Graduate Certificate Program (OTL) – 
The Graduate Certificate in Online Teaching and Learning (OTL) is for professionals in business, government, education, or other settings who want to develop their knowledge and skills in online teaching and learning. With the changing landscape of online education, even in the business arena, this certificate can assist you in meeting your career as well as educational goals. Find out more about the admissions process for this program by clicking here: OTL Graduate Certificate.


Master’s Program
The Master of Arts in Education: Educational Learning Technologies is a 30 credit, 100% online program that is designed for educators who are already licensed K12 teachers, work in higher education, or who wish to be e-developers in a variety of contexts. This program prepares educators for 21st-century teaching and learning in blended and fully online environments. The program covers integrating best practices in curriculum and instruction, culturally responsive teaching, learning/educational technology, online pedagogy, and curriculum development for blended and online delivery using emerging technologies. Program information can be found on the site for detailed information about the program of study, cohort schedule, and application. 

For information common to all C&I Masters programs (application, admi exams, etc. ), see the Masters Program in C&I web page. See also the C & I Graduate Program Handbook.

Doctoral Program
For information common to all C&I Masters programs (application, admissions exams, etc. ), please visit the C & I Doctoral Program web page. See also the C & I Doctoral Handbook.


If you have additional questions about our programs, please contact our program advisor, Dr. Julia Parra, at . Thanks!