The Masters of Education in Educational Technology Leadership is a new degree effective fall 2006, redesigned to meet state requirements for technology advocates and practitioners. Our graduate program in Educational Technology is one of the oldest in the state of Louisiana and is the first online degree of any kind approved by the Regents ten years ago. Best of all, this degree is 100% online, creating a wonderful opportunity for you to expand your knowledge in a format that is convenient to your lifestyle yet challenging as you prepare to be a better classroom teacher, school technology coordinator, or technology administrator. Unlike many of its counterparts at other universities this degree is not a concentration but a pure M. Ed in Educational Technology Leadership which was designed and fabricated to meet specific needs of technology advocates. It is supported by ITSE and NCATE as well, the only national accrediting entities in technology and education.
It is supported by ITSE and NCATE as well, the only national accrediting entities in technology and education.
International Student Requirements:
Admission for International Students
To be admitted for graduate study, international students
must present to Northwestern State University an evaluation
of their educational credentials by a United States professional
evaluating service that has been approved by the university.
International students must also meet all requirements for
admission to the Graduate School. In addition, other
documents required are: official TOEFL (Test of English as a
Foreign Language) scores (minimum score of 500 paper and
173 computer), an official Financial Statement Certification
verifying bank funds available in U.S. dollars, an Educational
Experience by Years list, a Health Form, and Immunization
Record. All admission records must be on file at least 30 days
prior to the date of registration. International students are only
admitted on a conditional basis for the first 12 hours (see