Master - Teaching: E-Learning

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If you are interested in learning more about online learning communities and working with virtual students, you could consider the Master of Arts in Teaching program with a specialization in E-Learning offered by Northcentral University. Read on for more information about this online master's degree program.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Kind of Program Is It?

The E-Learning specialization option for Northcentral University's Master of Arts in Teaching program allows you to study ways to use technology for teaching. Courses are designed to teach you about managing online classrooms, facilitating online discussions, and even administrating online assessments and assignments. In addition, you'll be able to see teaching strategies for working with diverse learners and receive an overview for using mobile devices in the classroom. Before graduating from this program, you must complete a capstone course.

What Are the Prerequisites?

An interest in technology and basic computer knowledge is helpful to have before enrolling in Northcentral University's Master of Arts in Teaching with a specialization in E-Learning program. You must have already earned a bachelor's degree and have completed an approved teacher certification program to be eligible for this program as well.

What Are the Course Requirements?

You will be required to complete 33 credits to earn Northcentral University's Master of Education with a specialization in E-Learning (which includes nine credits for the successful completion of the required alternative certification).

Courses for a Master of Arts in Teaching with a specialization in E-Learning

Course NumberCourse Title
Required Courses
MAT 5001 Foundations of Teaching and Learning
MAT 5002Planning and Presenting Instruction for Diverse Learners
MAT 5003Diversity, Inclusion and Exceptional Learners
MAT 5004Technology for the 21st Century Classroom
Specialization Courses
EL 5002Introduction to E-Learning Instructional Strategies
EL 5003 Instructional Design Strategies
EL 5009 Mobile Devices for Teaching and Learning
Capstone Course
MAT 5005 Capstone for Teachers

What Could I Do After I Graduate?

Career Opportunities

After successfully completing Northcentral's Master of Arts in Teaching program with a specialization in E-Learning, you could be prepared to apply your knowledge and skills in a variety of education positions. You might teach online courses, develop online curriculum, or incorporate technology into a traditional classroom. Positions you could pursue include:

  • Online instructor
  • K-12 teacher
  • E-Learning specialist
  • Online curriculum director
  • Educational technology director