Message from the Educational Technology Leadership Program
Thank you for your interest in the Educational Technology Leadership (ETL) Graduate Program offered online from The George Washington University (GW). This program is designed to meet the rapidly increasing demand for educators who are trained to integrate educational technologies in program delivery. The ETL program offers both a Master's Degree and Graduate Certificate. The Certificates are each 18 credit hours in length and are very focused on one aspect of the field like Instructional Design, E-learning or Multimedia Development. Whereas, the Master's Degree is 36 credit hours in length and is much broader and extensive in nature.
The Educational Technology Leadership program began in 1988. It was one of the first online degree programs in the field. The program uses the over 20 years of experience to be able to offer a high quality, flexible program rich in knowledge of the field and distance education delivery. The result is an outstanding experience for our students.
The program is a key member of the Graduate School of Education and Human Development at The George Washington University. U.S. News & World Report ranks GW among the top 12% of Education Schools in the U.S. The ETL program is proud to be part of the Graduate School of Education and Human Development and the outstanding reputation both share.
We invite you to bring us your ambition!
Natalie B. Milman, Ph.D.
Program Coordinator of the Educational Technology Leadership Program