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The ETL Program's Masters Degree in Educational Technology Leadership and Graduate Certificates are offered through the Graduate School of Education and Human Development
Educational Technology Leadership Program
2134 G Street N.W., Washington D.C. 20052
For further information contact:
local phone (571) 553-0106
toll free (866) 498-3382
By its very nature, the relative flexibility of distance education especially appeals to busy working professionals living in urban and suburban settings, but it also holds a strong attraction for those who do not have ready access to a traditional campus.
Having created one of the first online graduate programs launched in the United States, the experienced ETL Program faculty and staff know that meaningful substance, rather than fad-driven style, should lead the way in delivering a high-quality graduate education experience "at a distance." To that end, our course materials and delivery methods are designed to be inclusive of as many people who are in need of advanced training in educational technology as possible.
For example, unlike many programs delivered online, one need not necessarily have access to a high-speed Internet connection in order to participate fully in our classes. Although most students will certainly find it more convenient to have a high-speed Internet connection, our program provides practical "work arounds" in those cases where the only Internet access available is still dial-up modem. Perhaps that explains why our student population typically includes students who are active-duty military personnel, Americans living overseas, and citizens of other countries who appreciate the benefits of a degree from The George Washington University. These students comfortably join the many educators and other working professionals living throughout the U.S. who make up our student body.
Because of the inclusive nature of the ETL Masters Degree and Graduate Certificate Programs, our technical requirements are few--but there are some easily-met hardware, software, and computer literacy minimums. They include: