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Organization, Learning, and Technology

MS-Organization, Learning, and Technology  (MS-OLT)

The Master of Science in Organization, Learning, and Technology equips specialists in education for practice in public education, private education, business, industry, and non-profit organizations. Learning and technology are intertwined as we develop the next generation of enhanced training, development, and teaching to engage learners with key components of instructional technology.  Technology provides access to all forms of education and this program will teach educators how to implement technology across curricula and classrooms of all kinds.  With a blend of theory and technical skills, this program will prepare teachers and corporate trainers alike.

Learn from the best in the industry in an innovative and technology-rich environment.  Plus Texas A&M University-Commerce offers a unique ePortfolio (ManeSync) available to you at no cost.  This lifelong resource allows you to manage your complete educational profile and track your achievements.

The program includes 10 courses (30 semester hours) in Organization, Learning, and Technology (OLT).  The program offers 7-week modules with 6 starts per year.  There has never been a better time to take the next step in your career whether your expertise is in education or training, private or public, business or non-profit.  This program will help you lead the next generation of learning and teaching.

  • The courses for this program are available only online (no face-to-face courses).  This program is not available to international students. 

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Required Documents for Admission

Admission Consideration Requirements for All Students

  • Apply Texas Application
  • Application fee:  $50 domestic student 
  • All official transcripts - Bachelor's degree, including all transcripts used towards bachelor's degree.  Any master's degree transcript or transcripts with graduate coursework (if applicable).
  • Resume(Vita)
  • Statement of Goals:  1-2 pages, up to 500 words.  
    Address career objectives and how the master's degree
    will help you meet those goals.

Application Packet Submission Deadline:

Domestic student applications are accepted throughout the year.