Many practitioners have found themselves working in eLearning and related fields but without having completed formal training or professional development in those fields. Or, having completed development to the level of a degree, practitioners may want to continue attaining credentials or certifications that will further their standing or advance their careers. This article provides information about some programs that may be of interest in such cases.   

When deciding on pursuing a degree, closely consider courses provided and learn about notable faculty to determine if the program best aligns with your professional goals. Some programs may be more well-suited for K-12 educators, whereas others may be better suited for those in business or government settings.

All information provided is as of the end of May, 2018.

Note: The listings below reflect tuition estimates based on in-state rates when applicable. Rates may differ depending on residential status, method of course delivery, and additional fees.

ASU Online

Florida State University

Indiana University

Michigan State University

Penn State World Campus

Purdue University

Rochester Institute of Technology

Stanford University

University of Arizona South

University of British Columbia

University of Georgia

Virginia Tech

Wayne State University

Western Governors University