Degree Programs

NMSU’s distance education degree programs are designed to serve students who may not be able to pursue an education through traditional means. NMSU offers Bachelor degree completion programs, Masters and Doctorate programs, and a number of Certificate and Licensure options.

Please contact the listed distance education director for your degree program.


Information Technology Coordinator Endorsement

College: Education

Program Category: Technology-Based Programs

Description: Students can receive an endorsement for their teaching credential through a 24 credit Information Technology Coordinator Endorsement, which is usually completed as part of an MA in Education with an emphasis in Learning Technologies.

Delivery method: Canvas

Requirements: 24 credits for the Endorsement, 33 credits for the MA.

Costs: Current main campus tuition and fees plus a $35 per credit hour distance education fee. See the University Accounts Receivable Tuitions and Fees for the current rate.

To apply: Apply to the Graduate School for admission . Specify the Department of Curriculum and Instruction-Master of Arts in Education as the area of advanced study. You need to add the Online Teaching and Learning Graduate Certificate Program to your application. This video demonstrates how to complete a second online application. Have two transcripts from each institution attended (including New Mexico State University undergraduate or continuing education courses) ready to upload to your online application. You also need to apply to the OTL Program .

Accreditation: New Mexico State University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

More info: Curriculum and Learning Technologies

Disabilities: If you have a disability that may affect your performance in a course, or if you require accommodations in order to take a distance education course, contact NMSU's Student Accessibility Services (SAS). Providing accommodations for distance education students sometimes requires more time than in a traditional classroom setting so students are encouraged to begin working with SAS as early as possible.

Updated: 2017-08-17