Master of Education in Educational Technology Leadership

In our technological world, you must, as an educator, maximize your own technical knowledge and proficiency. In addition to teaching valuable leadership skills, our online M.Ed. in Educational Technology Leadership allows you to design, implement, and assess tech-based projects so you can integrate a new way of learning within your classroom.

Program Description

The Online Educational Technology Leadership (ETL) master's degree program is a 36 hour program that includes opportunities for candidates to design, implement, and assess technology-based projects connected to technology and curriculum standards.

The program also provides the opportunity to acquire critical leadership skills necessary to complete the principal certification examination.

*Lamar Graduate Education Programs do not permit students to take coursework for transient credit.

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Program Length:   30 Hours

Tuition and Fees:

$733.47 (3-hour) Tuition

Additional Fees

Distance Learning Fee $150
University Service Fee $111
Athletic Fee $31.74

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


For candidates seeking professional certification as a superintendent, principal, school counselor, school librarian, or an educational diagnostician, each educator preparation program shall provide a practicum, as defined in TAC §228.2. Candidates are admitted to the practicum when all admission requirements have been met.

Candidates are required to log a total of 160 practicum hours conducted in authentic school settings in a public or private school accredited by the Texas Education Agency (TEA) or other school approved by the TEA for this purpose.

In addition, each candidate is required to secure a campus mentor.  A campus mentor is a campus principal or designee who will observe and evaluate candidate practicum experiences. The campus mentor holds an administrative/principal certification and is serving in a leadership position at the site where the practicum will be conducted. The mentor will collaborate with candidate to develop practicum plan and action research project for the candidate and will facilitate the completion of the activities outlined in the practicum plan. In addition, the campus mentor will work with Lamar University faculty to ensure that candidate completes program requirements.