Why study School Library Media online through OSU?
The master’s degree in Educational Technology, option in School Library Media is designed for P-12 educators who have a current
teaching certificate and want to become certified school librarians and technology
integration specialists. The program leads to advanced certification as a school library
media specialist in Oklahoma and is accredited by the Office of Education Quality
and Accountability (OEQA) through the American Library Association (ALA) and the Council
for Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).
This 100 percent online program is delivered throughCanvas, OSU’s online learning platform. Students take a combination of 4-, 8- or 16-week
courses and complete their degree in 18 to 24 months.Convenient course scheduling provides maximum flexibility for working professionals.
The program requires 36 hours of coursework, including:
Selection & Organization of Educational Resources
Administration of School Library & Technology Programs
Transcripts from all previously attended institutions (3.0 minimum undergraduate GPA
Current teaching certificate
Statement of professional goals
Three letters of recommendation
Students enrolled in the School Library Media master's program will complete 36 credit
hours during the course of their studies. Cost estimates below are calculated based
on 2020-2021 rates. Additional cost details and OSU’s tuition and fee estimator are available
on the Bursar website.
2020-2021 Estimated Cost
Total cost per credit hour
Total cost per 3-credit hour course
Total program cost based on 36 hours
* This is only an estimate of cost, based on currently approved 2020-2021 rates. Cost estimates do not include textbooks, exams, or course expenses, nor do they
factor in individual transfer credits or scholarship information. Cost will vary if
not enrolled in a fully online degree program. Active-duty military may qualify for resident tuition rate. Tuition and fees are subject to change at any time without prior notice. Full disclaimer