Master of Education in Digital Learning and Leading

Program Description

The Master of Education in Digital Learning and Leading is designed in such a way that students from different educational environments (e.g., higher education, corporate training) can participate in a core leadership program that emphasizes educational improvement through using advanced pedagogy and principles of educational change management.

Students will be able to:

  • Develop appropriate strategies to lead organizational change
  • Understand the leadership qualities necessary for supporting disruptive innovation
  • Research and assess the role a growth mindset has on creating effective learning environments
  • Identify, investigate and understand contemporary issues relevant to local and global contexts.
  • Distinguish learner-centered instructional methods from teacher centered methods and identify technologies that support each method type
  • Understand digital citizenship as it relates to their professional practice
  • Compare and contrast inquiry-based theories and methods as they relate to digital teaching and learning
  • Construct learning objectives, assessment items, and learning activities based on expected outcomes for online learners.

Ready to Start?

You won't have to wait long! 

June 5, 2017
Apply by May 8, 2017
July 17, 2017
Apply by July 19, 2017
Program Length: 36 Hours

Tuition and Fees*


eTuition: $705 per 3-hour course
Required Fee: $120 per 3-hour course

*Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice by action of the Board of Regents or the Texas State Legislature.

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Program Director

Cynthia Cummings, EdD
Department of Educational Leadership
(409) 880-8689 Office

Program Coordinator

Dawn Battiest
Department of Educational Leadership
(409) 880-8689 Office

Additional Program Information

General Catalog Information