Master of Science or Master of Education in Educational Technology - Library Science (ETLS)

The Educational Technology - Library Science Master's Program at Texas A&M University-Commerce is designed to prepare students for leadership roles as school librarians in the State of Texas. Specifically, the program focuses upon the development of a philosophy of educational technology that incorporates literacy, integration, and research related to best practices in the use of current and emerging technological trends.

Requirements:

  • A minimum undergraduate overall GPA of 2.75, GPA of 3.00 on last 60 hours bachelor's degree, or a conferred US master's degree with an overall GPA of 3.00 is required for admission consideration.
  • Valid Texas teacher or principal certificate is required for admission
  • Complete Application for Admission to Graduate School
  • File official transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate work

Courses: 36 Semester Hours
Major: Learning Technology and Information Systems

  • LIS 512 Information Reference and Mediographic Services.
  • LIS 515 Cataloging and Classification
  • LIS 524 Developing General and Specialized Collections
  • LIS 527 Books and Related Materials for Children and Young Adults
  • LIS 540 Administration of the School Library
  • LIS 550 Practicum in a Library Media Center
  • ETEC 524 Introduction to Educational Computing
  • ETEC 527 Web 2.0 Technologies For Instruction
  • ETEC 562 Applying Instructional Media and Technology
  • ETEC 579 Implementation of Media Technology Programs
  • HIED 595 Research Methodologies
  • ETEC 596 Capstone:Eportfolios & Program Evaluation

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For additional questions see our FAQ's or e-mail
MaryJo.Dondlinger@tamuc.edu

Advisor:
Dr. Mary Jo Dondlinger