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Master of Science in Education

Concentration in Online Teaching and Learning


Become an effective online educator or trainer and learn how to create teaching materials optimized for virtual classrooms with a program that focuses on learner engagement and authentic learning outcomes.

 
 

World-Class Recognition to Power Your Career

Open the door to new teaching or training opportunities as an online instructor or trainer, update your skills in the growing field of online education, and increase your marketability in today’s economy. 

The first fully online program at Cal State East Bay and one of the most comprehensive online teaching and learning training programs offered in the world, the MS Ed., concentration in Online Teaching and Learning (MSEd-OTL) program has been empowering educators, instructors, trainers, and support staff to effectively design and implement online courses since 1999. 

Accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC)

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A Dynamic, Custom Program that Puts Your Needs First

Teaching or training objectives are different for each instructor. That’s why the MSEd-OTL program focuses on your individual background, taking into consideration your subject area of expertise and institutional or corporate setting. Throughout the program, you’ll learn the evolving “best practices” in the online teaching field and how to transform your course or training materials into an engaging and interactive online experience.

Advance at Your Own Speed

The MSEd-OTL degree’s flexible, online format is perfect for busy working professionals like yourself, because it allows you to complete the degree at your own pace. 

Cal State East Bay’s MSEd-OTL program attracts students from all over the world, providing you with a unique opportunity to engage with culturally diverse educators and collaborate for optimal learning outcomes. You’ll enjoy the hands-on curriculum in which both your instructors and fellow classmates provide detailed feedback on every assignment. 

Courses are delivered entirely online as seven week sessions with one finals week, enabling you to complete your master’s degree in as little as three semesters. Each semester has two sessions, so if you take two courses per session (a total of four courses per semester) consecutively, you can finish within three semesters (approximately 16 months).


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I would not have the position that I do today if it were not for the OTL degree program. I was looking for an MS in Ed program that focused on practical application in online learning, and I found that each course in the program gave me the opportunity to examine contemporary best practice. The diversity of work and experiences brought to each course by my classmates amplified this.  I am more effective as a result, and the quality of the products that I develop reflect that.

Jim KiggensMSEd-OTL Graduate


An Expanding Range of Opportunities

Online education is widespread, and the growing demand for quality online trainers and educators is only increasing. The training and skills you acquire in the MSEd-OTL program can transfer over into almost any educational fields, including university and college faculty, K-12 teaching, corporate and military training, educational administration, curriculum design, technical support, and other fields requiring design, development, implementation, and teaching services.

Occupational Trends

New Jobs

Employment of postsecondary teachers is projected to grow 15% from 2016 to 2026, faster than the average for all occupations.
—U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Increase in Online Enrollments

There was a 3.9% increase in the number of online education students from 2015 to 2016, up from the 3.7% rate recorded from 2014 to 2015. 
—Babson Survey Research Group in partnership with the Online Learning Consortium (OLC)

Market Growth

More than one in four students (28%) now take at least one online education course (a total of 5,828,826 students, a year-to-year increase of 217,275).
—Babson Survey Research Group in partnership with the Online Learning Consortium (OLC)

Join a Distinguished Community of Online Education Experts

Since Cal State East Bay’s MSEd-OTL program began in 1999, more than 600 students have graduated from the program to become successful online teachers and trainers. Graduates leave the program equipped with the tools necessary to create teaching and training materials for a completely online environment, making them invaluable in any workplace. 


In fact, graduates come from a variety of settings, including higher education, K-12, corporate, non-profit, business, and the military. Here’s just some of what you should expect to achieve as a student in the MSEd-OTL program:

Gain ground in the pedagogy of online teaching and learning.

Use your existing teaching and training materials to create fully online courses, utilizing the most current best practices in online teaching and learning.

Build the confidence and up-to-date knowledge necessary to design, implement, and teach effective online courses.


From online teachers at universities and community colleges to head online trainers for nuclear technology and medical companies, MSEd-OTL graduates have secured positions in a variety of settings.



Without the MS in Education, Concentration in Online Teaching and Learning program at Cal State East Bay, none of these opportunities would have been afforded to me. I was offered my first full-time position at OTC as Director of Online Teaching and Learning because of the subject-matter expertise I gained from MSEd-OTL program at CSUEB. I recommend this program on a regular basis to friends and colleagues because it has been instrumental in my success.

Witt SalleyMSEd-OTL Graduate



I was lucky enough to be in the first cohort group to graduate from the MS in Education, Online Teaching and Learning program. It changed the focus of my entire career and I credit that program with my success. It was a wonderful program with caring faculty and leadership and I strongly recommend it.

Dr. Marie LarcaraMSEd-OTL Graduate


This was an amazing opportunity to continue my learning and to be able to teach in my home country of Colombia from Asia Pacific where I live now. The MS OTL program was a great influence in my life and a big milestone in my permanent quest of being a good teacher.

Rafael J. BarrosMSEd-OTL Graduate


Accessible Anytime, Anywhere

All MSEd-OTL courses are conveniently offered online. Classes have a start and end date, and specific assignments with due dates in most weeks. Once you log into Blackboard, you will find a syllabus and instructions on how to start working on the course.


All courses are asynchronous, which means you never need to log in at a particular time or on a particular day, though you will need to log in 3-4 times a week in order to complete your individual and group assignments and to participate in threaded discussions.

You can look forward to lively discussions on topics such as maintaining instructor presence in an online course, website navigation, student assessment, and best practices in online teaching and learning. All of these concepts lead up to your final project in which you will design your very own online course.

With a completely online program, you can look forward to communicating with your instructors and advisors in a variety of ways: e-mail, telephone, chat room office hours, and/or videoconference. A high-speed Internet connection is strongly recommended.

Degree Requirements

To earn your Master of Science in Education with a Concentration in Online Teaching and Learning, you must complete 10 courses: eight required and two electives. All courses are 3.0 semester units.

If you have already earned your Online Teaching and Learning Certificate (OTL 701 – 704), you can apply those courses toward the first four courses in the MSEd-OTL program. You will only need six more courses to earn the MS Education degree.

At the graduate level, a "B" average is needed for graduation. You must earn at least a "B" in all required courses (OTL 601 – 607 & OTL 693), but may earn a lower grade in the two electives (OTL 67x & OTL 68x). However, the overall GPA must be a "B".

Course Schedules

Spring and Summer 2018

Fall 2018

Required Courses

CourseFall Session IFall Session IISpring Session ISpring Session II
OTL 601: Introduction to Online Teaching and Learning X   X  
OTL 602: Teaching Models for Online Instruction   X   X
OTL 603: Technology Tools for Online Instruction  X    X  
OTL 604: Designing Curriculum for Online Instruction   X   X
OTL 605: Educational Planning and Development for Online Programs X   X  
OTL 606: Research in Online Teaching and Learning X   X  
OTL 607: History and Culture of Online Learning Communities   X   X
OTL 693: Project* X   X  

*Must be taken in your last semester in the program. The Project class is 15 weeks in length.

Elective Courses

The 67x and 68x elective courses are offered in alternating sessions every semester. Please refer to MyCSUEB for a current listing of MSEd-OTL courses being offered. You will need one Theoretical and one Methodological elective.

CourseUnits
Theoretical Elective (select one)
OTL 672: Content Development for Online Learning 3
OTL 673: Supervising and Evaluating Online Teaching 3
OTL 674: Current Issues in Online Learning 3
Methodological Elective (select one)
OTL 680: Building the Online Environment 3
OTL 681: Creating Digital Media for Online Instruction 3
OTL 682: Designing and Implementing User Interfaces for Online Instruction 3
OTL 683: Providing Interactivity in the Online Environment 3

Most students take OTL 601 & 603 during Session I of the semester, then take OTL 602 & 604 during Session II of the semester. Once you have completed OTL 601 – 604 with a GPA of 3.0 or better, you will also receive the Certificate in Online Teaching and Learning.

With the exception of the Capstone Project course that is 15 weeks with 1 finals week, all other courses are 7 weeks with 1 finals week.

Note: If you will be on Financial Aid, you must take three courses per semester in order to fulfill the eight unit minimum requirement for full-time graduate status.


Next, meet your faculty. »

Nan Chico

Ph.D.

The more I teach about OTL, the more I learn – from our OTL students!

Nan Chico, Ph.D. helped create Cal State East Bay’s MS in Online Teaching and Learning (OTL) online degree program, and has been teaching, administering, designing, and re-designing courses in it ever since. Chico previously served Cal State East Bay as Associate Graduate Dean and Interim Director of the Online and Hybrid Support Center for faculty. She has lived in the San Francisco Bay Area most of her life, and she greatly appreciates California’s public schools. She earned her BA at Cal State East Bay and her Ph.D. at the University of California, San Francisco.

Anne Guptill

Ph.D.

I have a passion for online teaching and learning.

Anne Guptill, Ph.D. is an instructional design consultant, multimedia development, online developer, and teacher. With many years of experience in systems design, development, integration, management, and training, she has been dedicated to technology-based training and education, developing custom web-based training and education courses. She has been developing web-based courses since 1998 and has been teaching online since 2001. Professor Guptill  lives in the SF Bay Area and teaches in the MS. Ed. program (online teaching and learning option) at Cal State East Bay.

Bill Hopkinson

Ph.D.

A coach works hard to make sure that none fails, and tailors support for individual needs. I present high standards and then help students to achieve them.

Based in London, Bill Hopkinson is an inveterate globe-trotter. He has taught online from Shanghai, Venice, Sahara, and Jakarta. Inter-cultural studies have been a large part of his work and research. Hopkinson has meandered through five post-graduate and research degrees in different human sciences at five UK and US universities in four different decades, and now, when not teaching for CSUEB or travelling, he coaches doctoral students for thesis presentation.

A great honor for Hopkinson was being made an honorary Canon of Canterbury Cathedral for his services to education in the UK, following being chair of the national Adult Education committee. For relaxation, he writes plays, and tends his orchard in central London.

Datta Kaur Khalsa

Ph.D.

Professor Datt Khalsa holds a Masters of Education with a specialty in Online Teaching and Learning from Cal State East Bay.  She has been teaching for this program since her graduation in 2001. Professor Khalsa went on to receive a Ph.D. from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County in the field of Language, Literacy and Culture. She has been involved with administration, program development, and teacher training for over 35 years and has K-12 and extensive higher education teaching and administrative experience.  Her conference presentations and publications include research on social media in the classroom, assessment, online education, virtual teamwork, global online communities, and cross-cultural communication in multidisciplinary K-12 curriculum.

Kay Lehmann

Ed. D.

Honored to be one of the first graduates of CSUEB's online teaching and learning Master's program.

Professor Kay Lehmann has been affiliated with CSUEB as an adjunct faculty member and student for more than 14 years. After graduating from CSUEB master's program, she then earned a doctorate with a specialization in online learning from Walden University. Professor Kay's interests are: educational research; online learning; creating learning communities and uses of social media in education. Professor Kay is a Milken National Educator Award Winner.

Sharon Newman

BS Education
University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA

MS Education
California State University East Bay, Hayward, CA

Certificate in Online Teaching and Learning
Cal State East Bay

Certified Usability Analyst
Human Factors International

Sharon Newman

MS Ed.

I love working and learning with graduate students – they have a reason to be in class and it makes the process very satisfying.

Sharon Newman offers over 30 years of experience as a systems analyst, web designer, project manager, and classroom and online trainer/developer. She teaches the three theory electives in the MS in Education, Online Teaching and Learning program. She has been involved in online and computer based education for many years. Newman’s philosophy has evolved as she works with students and faculty.  She believes developing a community of learning is the key and by providing clear instruction, good resources, and enough structure and interaction to stay organized, students will connect with the course content and with their classmates.  

Witt Salley

Ed.D.

Professor Witt Salley is the founding Director of Clemson Online, the e-learning arm of Clemson University. He has served the field of online education in various administrative, instructional, and service capacities since 2003. Salley's administrative posts have included Executive Director of Online Learning for a private career college in Springfield, Missouri and College Director of OTC Online, the virtual campus of Ozarks Technical Community College.

Since 2008, Salley has been graduate faculty at California State University, East Bay, in the Master of Science in Online Teaching and Learning program — the same program he completed in 2005. Additionally, he has taught seated and online courses in English studies, professional communication, instructional technology, teacher education, and political science. 

Salley has presented at local, national, and international conferences — including the Missouri Community College Association, Oklahoma Association of Community Colleges, United Stated Distance Learning Association, Distance Learning Administration Conference, and Conference on College Composition and Communication. 

Salley is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University and Sloan-C's Institute for Emerging Leadership in Online Learning as well as ITC’s Distance Learning Leadership Academy. 

Patricia Schodowski

MS Ed.

I am passionate about e-learning! I believe online instructors can make use of both asynchronous and synchronous learning environments to deliver superior educational opportunities to a diverse, often geographically dispersed, student population.

Patricia Schodowski has an MS in Education from Cal State East Bay and has been teaching online since 2005. Her specialties include instructional design for online learning, course development, faculty training, online teaching, and live e-learning. In addition to teaching at Cal State East Bay, she is employed as an instructional designer at Kaiser Permanente in Hayward, CA. Schodowski also teaches at community college and has taught professional development courses at UC Irvine Extension.

Jodi Servatius

Ed.D.

No matter the content, a good online course actively engages learners and encourages collaboration. These are hallmarks of my classes.

Jodi Servatius, Ed.D. believes that high quality education should be available to everyone—no exceptions—and this is why she became interested in online education. Dr. Servatius is Professor Emerita at Cal State East Bay, where she began in 1986. She previously served for almost 20 years in the public schools as a teacher and administrator. She has taught online courses at CSUEB since 1998 and led the design team which created the Certificate and MS programs in Online Teaching and Learning. Dr. Servatius recently retired from the position of Interim Dean, College of Education and Allied Studies at CSUEB. She loves teaching online and delights in working with graduate students from various geographical locations and many different professions.

 
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Admission Requirements

For admission into the MSEd-OTL program, you will need to:

  • Hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution
  • Have earned a GPA of 3.0 in the last 60 semester units (or 90 quarter units) of upper-division, post-baccalaureate, or graduate-level course-work
  • Be a subject matter expert with background in face-to-face teaching, training or a HR or faculty development professional. Your subject matter expertise can be from any field or content area.
  • Submit the Graduate Application online at www.calstate.edu/apply by the deadline date
  • Send one official copy of transcripts from all higher education institutions attended directly to the Admissions Office by the deadline date
  • Submit a "letter of intent" to Dr. Anne Guptill

If you completed your undergraduate degree internationally, you also must have a TOEFL score of 550 on the paper test or 213 on the computerized test or have an official transcript or letter from the college or university certifying that English was the language of instruction. This requirement only applies if you graduated from a country where English is not the official language.

Applying to the Program

1. Fill out the Graduate Application on Cal State Apply

Please apply for Education - Online Teaching and Learning on Cal State Apply. 

2.  Submit your transcripts directly to the Office of Admissions.

As soon as you apply, send your transcripts to:

Cal State East Bay
Office of Admissions
25800 Carlos Bee Blvd.
Hayward, CA 94542

  • You’ll need to send transcripts from all schools you have attended since high school. This includes transcripts from schools where you transferred credit/units into your bachelor's degree program. 
  • You also have the option of submitting your official transcripts electronically to electronictranscripts@csueastbay.edu
  • Transcripts must arrive at Enrollment Services by the document deadline date.
  • There is no guarantee that your application will be processed for the semester you applied for if your transcripts arrive after the document deadline date.

3.  E-mail a "letter of intent" to the Program Director

You must send a "letter of intent" to the Program Director, Dr. Anne Guptill, explaining why you'd like to be in the program, your relevant teaching and/or training background, and how obtaining the degree would fit into your career plans. Make sure to include your contact information in case of questions.

Please e-mail your letter to otl@csueastbay.edu.


Please note:

  • Your undergraduate degree must be awarded by the time you submit your application.
  • There is no late admission into the program once the semester has started.
  • GRE or GMAT scores are not required.

Admission Deadlines

The application deadlines vary depending on the semester you plan to enter into the program. Please review the Application Information and Deadlines table below. New students are admitted each Spring and Fall term.

TermApplication Filing PeriodTranscripts and Other Documents Due By
Winter 2018 Not accepting applications
Spring 2018 8/1/2017 – 2/1/2018 2/15/2018
Summer 2018 Not accepting applications
Fall Semester 2018 10/1/2017 – 6/1/2018 7/15/2018


You must enroll in a class during the semester you are admitted to the program. Failure to do so will result in a "no show" status and your acceptance into our program will be canceled. You cannot defer your enrollment to a future term; you will need to reapply.

Of Related Interest

If you missed the application deadline, you may start as a student in the Certificate in Online Teaching and Learning program while you decide whether to continue to the MS degree. The four certificate courses (OTL 701–704) are fully transferable to the MSEd-OTL program. However, you must still meet admission requirements.

Still have some unanswered questions? Visit the support center for further information. »

Common Questions

What makes this program unique?

The M.S. Ed., Concentration in Online Teaching & Learning (MSEd-OTL) is a professional development degree program, built on the assumption that you wish to train or teach online in whatever subject area you have already mastered.

We cover best practices in online teaching and learning with an emphasis on learning theory. The courses in our program focus on helping you re-create your usual teaching or training materials so that they can be used completely online, with a focus on learner engagement and authentic learning outcomes. We focus on the teaching and learning aspects for your particular set of learners, given your subject area of expertise and your institutional setting.

Students who have joined our program come from various fields and disciplines, including teachers (K-12 and higher ed), instructional designers and trainers. Most continue in their current workplaces, though many also make lateral or upward moves into online teaching and learning administration or tech support.

Who should enroll in this program?

Preference is given to applicants who are subject matter experts with a good background in face-to-face teaching (K-12, adult school, community college, university) or training (business, non-profit, military, etc.) or are HR or faculty development professionals. Your subject matter expertise can be from any field or content area.

The MSEd-OTL program does not provide actual teacher training. Students in the program are already credentialed K-12 or Adult Ed teachers or teach at the college or university level; or are corporate or non-profit trainers or faculty development specialists. They are already subject matter experts in a face-to-face teaching/learning setting, usually at an institution that plans to move their degrees, workshops, or courses into a fully online format.

Is this program accredited?

Yes, the MSEd-OTL degree is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).

Will it show on my transcript or diploma that I earned this degree online?

No. It will not show on either your transcript or diploma that you earned this degree online. Your diploma will look exactly the same as other degrees awarded at Cal State East Bay.

Will this program help me obtain a K-12 teaching credential in California?

No. Coursework in the Online Teaching and Learning master's degree program does not meet the requirements for a California K-12 teaching credential. For more information about Cal State East Bay's teacher credential program, visit the Teacher Ed Credential Student Service Center.

How quickly can I earn my MS in Education with an Concentration in Online Teaching and Learning Degree?

Courses are delivered entirely online as seven week sessions with one finals week, enabling you to complete your master's degree in as little as three semesters. Each semester has two sessions, so if you take two courses per session (a total of 4 courses per semester) consecutively, you can finish within three semesters.

I have a bachelor’s degree but no teaching experience. Will this program help me become an online teacher?

No. Since this is a professional development degree, nearly all our students are currently teachers or trainers at a campus or other workplace that is "going online." MSEd-OTL program is meant for subject experts who are already teaching/training in whatever content area you have already mastered. If you plan to teach in higher ed, you will usually need a master’s or higher degree in your specialty area. The program shows you how to re-purpose your current teaching/training materials to best fit your particular set of learners, in that subject area, for whatever institution you are currently employed by.

Do I need to come to Cal State East Bay's campus to complete the program?

No. Courses in the Online Teaching and Learning master's program are completely online. Campus attendance is never required or needed to complete the program.

I am an international student. Can I apply to this program?

Yes. However, the program is not eligible for the F-1 student visa. If you are admitted, you will have to complete it from your home country. If you are already in the US but under a different visa status, you should contact the Center for International Education first to determine if you are allowed to apply to this program.

When can I start the MSEd-OTL program?

New students are admitted each Spring and Fall semester. However, you can start taking classes as an OTL Certificate student, without formally applying to the program. You will still need to take the courses in sequence and you will still need to meet the admission requirements. Please contact the program coordinator for more information about this option.

Is the program cohort-based?

No. For maximum convenience, you can begin in either Spring or Fall semester and you can also fit your academic timeline to your work or family schedule. We have split our semester into two sessions, allowing students to take two courses per session (or a total of four courses per semester). However, you also have the option of taking only one class per session (which is equivalent to two courses per semester) or skip one semester since you are not locked into a cohort arrangement. While you may start out with the same classmates, you are not locked into an inflexible timeline.

Can I complete the class at any time?

No. Our classes are not self-paced. Each online class has a start and end date, and specific assignments with due dates in most weeks. But the courses are asynchronous. This means that you don’t need to log into the course at a specific time or on a specific day, as long as you complete the assigned work by the due date.

Most students log in 3-4 times a week in order to complete your individual and group assignments and to participate in threaded discussions. Once you log into Blackboard, you will find a syllabus and instructions on how to start working on the course.

What is the average amount of time I will need to dedicate to the online class?

You will need to spend about 10 to 15 hours per week on each class (including readings, writing papers, participating in discussion threads). You will need to log in throughout the week -- early, to see what will happen that week and to begin initial discussions, mid-week to reply to earlier posts and help get a good discussion going, and late in the week to make sure all discussions and assignments for the week are wrapped up.

Do you have career placement assistance or internships for the MSEd-OTL degree?

No. The majority of students are already teachers or trainers, and the overwhelming majority of them continue in their current workplaces, though many also make lateral or upward moves into online teaching and learning administration or tech support.

The MSEd-OTL degree, along with whatever other subject matter expertise and teaching/training experience you already have, should serve you well in your search for an online teaching/training/support position, given the extremely rapid growth of online opportunities.

However, if an employer reaches out to us looking for candidates for an online teaching/training position, we post it on our Facebook page.

Are there special accommodations for students with disabilities?

If you need special accommodations for a disability, please contact the Accessibility Services as early as possible (preferably before the class begins). If you have questions about how students with disabilities are accommodated in online courses, please contact the program coordinator.

Applying

What are the admission requirements?

For admission into the MSEd-OTL program, you will need to:

  • Hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution
  • Have earned a GPA of 3.0 in the last 90 quarter units (or semester equivalent) of upper-division, post-baccalaureate, or graduate-level course-work
  • Be a subject matter expert with background in face-to-face teaching, training or a HR or faculty development professional. Your subject matter expertise can be from any field or content area.

How do I apply?

  1. Fill out the Graduate Application on Cal State Apply Please apply for Education - Online Teaching and Learning MS on Cal State Apply at calstate.edu/apply and pay the application fee.
  2. Submit your transcripts directly to the Office of Admissions. As soon as you apply, send your transcripts to:

    Cal State East Bay
    Office of Admissions
    25800 Carlos Bee Blvd.
    Hayward, CA 94542

    You’ll need to send transcripts from all schools you have attended since high school. This includes transcripts from schools where you transferred credit/units into your bachelor's degree program. Hard copy transcripts must arrive in their original sealed envelope.

    You also have the option of submitting your official transcripts electronically to electronictranscripts@csueastbay.edu

    Transcripts must arrive at Enrollment Services by the document deadline date.

    There is no guarantee that your application will be processed for the quarter you applied for if your transcripts arrive after the document deadline date.
  3. E-mail a "letter of intent" to the Program Director
    You must send a "letter of intent" directly to the Program Director, Dr. Anne Guptill, explaining why you'd like to be in the program, your relevant teaching and/or training background, and how obtaining the degree would fit into your career plans. Make sure to include your contact information in case of questions.
    Please email your letter to otl@csueastbay.edu

Financing

Is Financial Aid available?

Yes. MSEd-OTL students may be eligible for federal Financial Aid. Please note that only loans are available to MSEd-OTL students. Our program is not eligible for grants.

Visit the University’s Financial Aid webpage for more information.

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At a Glance

Area of study: Master of Science Degree in Education, Concentration in Online Teaching and Learning

Ideal for: Those interested in converting teaching or training materials currently delivered face-to-face into a completely online course or program

Educators and trainers who already design, implement, or teach online courses who seek to update their skills and knowledge of evolving best practices in online learning

Program format: Online

Number of courses: 10 courses

Program length: As little as 16 months

Tuition fees: $1,327.50 per course 
(Tuition fees are subject to change at any time.)

Questions?

Please let us know if we can answer any questions about the Concentration in Online Teaching and Learning program. Many answers can also be found in our online Support Center.

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