Although no current graduate scholarships have the criteria for giving their money specifically to the Learning Technologies degree program, general scholarship money has been available each year. For more information about scholarships for Ed Tech students, contact

MU Financial Aid

The MU Student Financial Aid Office has information on the various forms of financial aid that are available to degree-seekers. A Financial Aid Advisor is also available to discuss your particular needs.

MU Graduate Assistantships

Graduate Assistantships can provide you with financial support while pursuing an advanced degree, as well as the opportunity for professional experience and academic training.



Please contact Dr. Cindy Dudenhoffer, Program Coordinator, for current information.

Learning Technologies Listserv

Students enrolled in one of SISLT’s Learning Technologies degree programs may join the LT discussion list to converse with fellow students and LT faculty.

  1. Current students send an email message to
  2. Do not type anything in the subject line.
  3. In the body of the message type the following and only the following—don’t include your signature block if you are using one.
    • To subscribe, send a message like the following:
      subscribe Joe User
    • To unsubscribe send:
    • Note: Please replace “Joe User” with your name.

Before your subscription (or unsubscription) will process, you will have to “confirm” the command. LISTSERV will send you back a confirmation request email. Click on the web link in the email to activate your subscription or leave the list. This extra step helps block spammers and prevents internet vandals from changing your subscriptions.

To send a message to all the people currently subscribed to the list, just send mail to


Students may apply for Conference Travel Support.


Learning Technologies graduates have an array of career options available. Some graduates work in K–12 schools, others work in corporations, and still others apply their skills in government, healthcare, higher education, and other settings. Whatever the career, you will leave here with a skill set that will serve you well in the future.

Those who choose the Technology in Schools (TiS) focus can look forward to fulfilling careers including K–12 classroom teacher, media/technology specialist, or technology training specialist. The versatile nature of what you learn in the TiS focus lends itself to varied career paths.

The Online Educator focus will prepare you to teach in online venues and provide leadership in developing online offerings. In this rapidly developing and changing environment, you will find employment in virtual schools, higher education, government, business/industry, military, museum, and other settings offering public education.

For those who choose the Learning Technologies and Design (LT&D) focus, there are countless opportunities. Combining technology and human interaction opens the door to careers in research, software development, and other creative endeavors.

If you’re interested in speaking with a student or recent graduate about their career opportunities and experiences, contact our Student Coordinator at (877) 747-5868.