Off-site Face-to-face Programs
- Master of Arts in Education (C&I/Generalist)
- Master of Arts in Education (C&I/Early Childhood Education)
- Master of Arts in Education (C&I/Educational Learning Technologies Specialization)
- Master of Arts in Teaching (C&I/Spanish)
- Master of Arts in Education with a Graduate Certificate in Online Teaching and Learning
- Doctoral Cohort (C&I)
- On-site classes and programs occur face-to-face on the Las Cruces Campus. Some of these classes may have Web enhancement features or services.
- Off-campus site classes and programs occur face-to-face in remote locations throughout the state or at one of our NMSU campuses in Alamogordo, Carlsbad, and Grants.
- Distance Education is a formal education process in which learning occurs through any electronic media (including hybrid classes) and/or through face-to-face meetings at off-campus sites.
- Online classes and programs occur when the instructors and learners are not in the same physical place for at least 90% of the time, through various electronic media, including asynchronous or synchronous electronic communication such as Canvas, Centra, Skype, Mediasite, and/or ITV. *
- Hybrid classes and programs occur through any combination of face-to-face (f2f) and electronic media (such as, but not limited to, Canvas, Centra, Skype, Mediasite, and/or ITV), typically in about equal amounts of f2f and electronic media time.
*Typically, but not always, a class through the College of Education Distance Education Office.
Scholarship & Other Resources
- Silvers, P., O’Connell, J. and Fewell, M. (2007, Spring). “Strategies for creating community in a graduate education online program.” Journal of Computing in Teacher Education 23 (3), 81-87.
- “Department of C&I Distance Education Development Plan: ‘A Living Document’” (March 29, 2010 draft)