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Online Teaching K-12 Education Corporate Training


The goal for this concentration is to address the demand for more professionals in the area of 21st Century innovative instruction including online teaching and training in P-20, corporate, business, and social settings. Students will learn how to effectively teach online, design blended courses and create, market and sell online courses and training modules. The program emphasizes learning and leadership, preparing you to lead initiatives in technology in your own organization. The coursework is customized to integrate into your workplace practice, so you can put your learning into action.

Requirements for the Master’s degree with a concentration in Online Teaching and Training (36 hours):

Requirements for the Online Teaching and Training Certificate (18 hours of concentration courses):

Core Courses Requirements (12 semester hours)

  • EDUC 6301 Introduction to Research Methods
  • EDUC 6306 Philosophical Foundations in Education
  • ADED 6381 Adult Learning and Development
  • EDUC 63CS1 Capstone in Education

Supporting Requirements (6 semester hours)

  • ADED 6388 Effective Teams and Groups
  • EDUC 6333 Action Research

Concentration Courses (18 hours)

  • EDUC 6331 Seminar in Online and Blended Teaching
  • EDUC 6357 Trends & Issues in Technology
  • EDUC 6336 Technology & Today’s Learner
  • EDUC 6341 Developing Effective Training with Technology
  • EDUC 6344 Leadership and Technology
  • EDUC 6351 Learning Technologies and Organizational Change

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Quick Facts


Flexibility: Courses can be taken online, blended or face-2-face. 

Customized: Program can be taken in a part-time or full-time format.

Multidisciplinary: Program is designed for professionals in business, K-12 education, social and corporate settings.

Application: Coursework offers customized learning activities that integrate into your workplace practice.

Employability: The learning outcomes of each course is based on the current needs of the job market.

Who to Contact

Dr. Norman St. Clair
Director of Graduate Studies

(210) 829-3138