The LTU Difference – Online Master in Educational Technology

The online master in educational technology in training and performance improvement program at Lawrence Tech has been designed to be ‘self-paced’, meaning that it’s up to you to choose how many courses you are able to take each semester and how you complete the planned work. Also, many students are able to receive financial aid for the online master in educational technology, including a non-need-based scholarship of $1,218.00 per 3-credit hour course.

Master’s students that complete the seven core courses may be eligible for gaining the Educational Technology Endorsement (NP endorsement) through the Michigan Department of Education. We encourage teaching professionals pursuing an online master in educational technology at Lawrence Tech to contact Dr. V. Tobos at (248) 204-3617 for more information about the eligibility of teaching endorsements.

Many of the University’s students proclaim that the program can be rigorous and challenging – demanding commitment from each student. At the same time, as a result of their educational preparation, Lawrence Tech graduates report that they feel better prepared to do their jobs upon completion.