Online Education Programs
Application Deadline for Fall 2014 – August 1st
The College of Education offers five online education degree programs and two non-degree endorsements. Three of these programs allow certified teachers to earn Master of Education (M.Ed.) degrees without coming to campus. The Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) enables students to earn their initial certification in the area of Reading, Language and Literacy (ESOL). The Master of Science (M.S.) degree prepares graduates to conduct research in the schools and in other settings.
- M.A.T. in Reading, Language, and Literacy (initial teaching certificate program)
- M.Ed. Mathematics Education
- M.Ed. Reading, Language and Literacy Education
- M.Ed. Science Education
- M.S. Educational Research
- M.S. Instructional Technology
- ESOL Endorsement
- Reading Endorsement
Online Program Coordinators
- Dr. Nermin Bayazit (Mathematics)
- Dr. Jayoung Choi (Reading, Language and Literacy)
- Dr. Ollie Manley (Science)
- Dr. Jodi Kaufmann (Research)
- Dr. Wanjira Kinuthia (Technology)
Apply to Our Programs
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|Leslie Currah M.Ed. / M.A.T. programs firstname.lastname@example.org 404-413-8423||Aishah Cowan M.S. Educational Research email@example.com 404-413-8273|
The online programs at Georgia State University are offered at two fee rates.
- The five College of Education programs (M.Ed., M.A.T., M.S. in Educational Research and the endorsements) are offered at a flat electronic rate (regardless of residency) of $385 per credit hour.
- The only additional fee added to this cost will be a USG/Board of Regents fee of $404 per term.
- The M.S. in Instructional Technology online degree is offered at $348 per credit hour plus University fees for in-state students and $1212 per credit hour, plus University fees for out-of-state students.
- Fall – August 1
- Spring – December 1
- Summer – April 1
- Fall – July 15
- Spring – November 1
- Does not admit for Summer
- Fall – May 1
- Spring – October 1
- Summer – March 1