of EDIT Courses: "Course Rotation"
Progress In Your Degree Plan
"CRN" Numbers Of Available Courses
Graduation At The Start Of Your Last Semester
Technology Graduate Program Description
The ULM graduate
program in Educational
Technology Leadership (Non-P-12)
is based on a core curriculum
of 36 academic hours of graduate credit. This program does
NOT require a teaching certificate.
Technology leaders have a direct impact on the planning and
of technology for learning, teaching, and training,
with strategies that apply best web-based practices
("eLearning" and "Instructional Design").
mission of this program is
to make a significant and long-lasting positive impact
on learning and professional training by promoting and
professional excellence through authentic project-based learning
This is the degree program: Program
Study for Educational Technology Leadership, Non_P-12
this Educational Technology Leadership program, you
and apply Internet-based technology
skills and methodologies for learning and training applications
in public and private organizations. This program focuses
on the completion of challenging projects that
and apply professional competencies in "eLearning" and "Instructional Design".
Unless a professional technology-rich portfolio is submitted, or an
equivalent graduate course is accepted, new candidates in
Educational Technology programs are expected to take EDFN
5024, Utilization of
Technologies, a foundation course for integrating
a curriculum, as a prerequisite requirement.
Education Ranked in Top 5 In
Demand Careers Though 2018
Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook (2010 - 2011)
the projected job growth through 2018 is most
the field of Education. That is, the greatest number of
openings will occur over the next few years in Education.
demand career, with the fastest growth in this top category
is Educational Technology (with a growth rate of 23%).
How To Apply
please contact the Department of Curriculum, Instruction, and
Leadership in the College of
Education and Human
Development at the
University of Louisiana at Monroe. The phone number is: (318)
342-1246. Also, general information for applying
for the Master's
Degree program in Educational
Technology Leadership is provided at this location: http://www.ulm.edu/onlinedegrees/med_ed_tech_leadership.html
Of EDIT Courses: "Course Rotation"
Candidates can enter the program during any
semester. There is a "course rotation", as shown
below; most courses
are offered only once each year in a "course rotation". If you take all
courses, when offered,
you will maintain your scholarship or financial aid eligibility and be able to graduate
in one calendar year. Please plan your coursework accordingly.
Note: Make sure that you have taken EDFN
(not shown here), as a
course for this degree program, or provide approved documentation
of its equivalent. EDFN 5024 can be taken during any semester of
your degree program; this particular course is offered in Fall, Spring,
and Summer. To get advised, send your edited/updated degree
attached to an email with your ULM student email account. You will be advised to take the following required
Instructional Telecommunications (3 hours)
Trends In Instructional Technology (3 hours)
Design And Development Of Multimedia And Interactive
Instruction (3 hours)
|EDIT 5028, Instructional
(Online) Media Development (3 hours)
|EDIT 6028, Advanced
Telecommunications (LMS Management) (3 hours)
|EDIT 6027, Technology
Planning And Administration (3 hours)
Practical Applications Of Learning Theories (3
Social Media Applications (3 hours)
||Summer I /2014
Instructional Technology Research, Evaluation, And
Assessment (3 hours)
||Summer I /2014
Technology Integration And Portfolio Development (3
||Summer II /2014
Instructional Design And Program Development (3
||Summer II /2014
|EDIT 6083, Educational
Technology Professional Internship (3 hours)
your LAST semester of course work, enroll in this
professional internship. Also, make sure to apply for
To register for courses, you need to update your "degree
program"; your degree program is a list of courses you need to
successfully complete in order to graduate. Click
on this link to download and edit your degree plan.
1-page degree plan includes directions for editing. Please follow the
directions to indicate which courses you are
take. After you edit your degree program document, email
it as an attachment to your advisor. Use your
warhawks.ulm.edu email account
. If Dr. Mike Beutner is your
advisor, use this email address: email@example.com
- Examine your program of study for your Educational Technology
graduate degree program. You need
to take all of the courses listed on your degree program of study
satisfy the prerequisite requirement of EDFN 5024 or its equivalent.
you take a
course not listed on the degree program "on your own", it won't count for
the bottom of this page you will see a list of
courses offered. You'll need the "CRN number" for each
course when you register with "Banner". To access "Banner", use your myULM account.
- Problems? If your
advisor is Dr. Mike Beutner, you can reach
him at (318) 342-3142 during office hours. His office is
Strauss Hall 152. If you leave a message,
your phone number TWICE, you will be contacted. Please call
during office hours.
- If your advisor is Dr. Mike Beutner, send an email with
the attached updated degree plan to firstname.lastname@example.org
with this subject: GRADUATE
EDIT PROGRAM ADVISEMENT, YourFirstName YourLastName in the
address line of your email message.
- You will receive email confirmation. Within a day or so, your
"advising flag" will be lifted so that you can register
online. You are
responsible for registering your own courses by accessing "Banner" through your myULM account.
IMPORTANT: Unless a
course is listed in your particular degree
program, or formally substituted, in writing by your advisor, for a
course in your
particular degree program,
that course will NOT satisfy your program degree
requirement. Don't assume that taking any graduate course will help you
progress in your degree program; it won't.
Q. So, in order to get advised, I need to send to my advisor, by
email, my updated degree plan. Right?
Right! Just email that one edited file, your "degree program"
as an email attachment. Your edited degree program indicates
which courses you are advised to take. Until you get advised,
there will be an "online registration hold/flag" that prevents online
registration. Within a day or
so, your "advising flag will be lifted" so that you can register
online for courses with "Banner".
Q. If I have questions, should I call my advisor?
Absolutely! If I am your advisor, and if you call me but receive no
answer, leave a voice mail
message with this information: your name, and that you are a graduate
student getting advised. Also, leave your phone number TWICE. You will
a return phone call.
Q. After I am advised, will I need to register my courses online, by
myself, using "Banner"?
A. Yes. After you are advised, you need to register for your courses
online. Access "Banner" by logging into
your myULM account
Q. If I take other courses, will I get credit for graduation?
A. No. Register only for courses that you were advised to take.
Q. How do I find all courses offered at ULM?
A. Use this link to view all
courses offered at ULM
Q. Do I need to take the prerequisite course called EDFN 5024 or
something equivalent to it?
Yes. You need to take EDFN 5024, Utilization of Instructional
Technologies, as a prerequisite course for this program or an
equivalent graduate course... or provide equivalent documented
professional experience that is approved in
writing by your advisor. You can take EDFN 5024 flexibly, during your degree program.
Q. Is EDFN 5024 offered at ULM more than once each year?
A. Yes. This course is usually offered several times per year.
Q. Are EDIT courses offered just once per year?
A. Yes. EDIT courses are offered once per year in a "course
Q. If I miss an EDIT course, can I take it the following year?
A. Yes. As you can see in the Educational
Technology degree program
EDIT courses are offered just once each year: If you miss a
course, you can take it again the following year, during the
Q. How do I register for my courses?
Register online using "Banner" using the unique 5-digit "CRN
Number" for each course. For your convenience, courses that can
satisfy your program requirement
are listed at the bottom of this page with their "CRN numbers" or
course registration numbers. To access your "Banner" account, click on
this link: https://my.ulm.edu/
Progress In Your Degree Plan
Every time you are advised (twice each year), you are expected to update
. Please save the file; you will need it. This document is
required for graduation requirements.
Registering For Courses
After the advising process is completed, your "advising flag
Banner account will be lifted" so that you can register for your classes
"Banner", an online application that is accessible from your myULM
account link (links to webmail, Moodle (Online Courses), Banner
(Registering For Courses). Financial Aid, and other online resources).
Getting "CRN Numbers" Of
Available Courses: Spring 2014 Courses
EDFN 5024, Utilization of Instructional Technologies [CRN Number: 60440], 3 hours,
(Utilization of Instructional
Technologies) Note: This course is a
for this degree program; this course is offered at least twice each
year. You can take this course at any time during your degree program.)
EDIT 5028, Instructional (Online) Media Development, [CRN Number: 61496]. 3
hours, 100% online.
EDIT 6028, Advanced Telecommunications (LMS Management), [CRN Number: 61497].
3 hours, 100% online.
EDIT 6027, Technology Planning and Administration [CRN Number: 62316]. 3 hours, 100% online.
6083, Educational Technology Internship. (You can only take this
independent internship course during your last semester of course
work. Contact your advisor for the
CRN number because this is an arranged independent course.)
Q. What's a "CRN number" again?
A "CRN number" is a 5 digit number that describes a unique
course in the ULM online catalog of courses. You need this number
to register for a course in "Banner", an online registration program.
In myULM, select Banner
; then, enter the "CRN number" to register for that course.
If you see a mistake or an omission,
please send an email to email@example.com You will receive a
- Complete the prerequisite and required coursework as listed
- There is no comprehensive
exam requirement. Instead, there is a 120-hour professional internship requirement
called EDIT 6083, Educational Technology Internship. Register for the professional internship during
your last semester of
study. When you register for EDIT 6083, apply
for graduation by
finding the current link for "Application for Graduate Degree" on the main page of the registrar's
website; If you have a question about graduation requirements, contact the Graduate School at 342-1036.
- Attend your graduation!
Contact Mike Beutner at (318) 342-3142 or send email:
firstname.lastname@example.org or visit during my office hours