Master of Science in Learning Technologies
The priority deadline for Fall 2024 is December 31st, 2023. Applications for Spring 2024 is still open for domestic applicants only. The Summer 2024 term is not available for new applicants.
To update your application (changing semesters or majors), visit this link and choose the correct form.
The application process is a two-step process that requires admission to the Toulouse Graduate School and the Department of Learning Technologies. Download the MS Application Checklist or refer to the process outlined below-
Step 1. Apply to UNT's Toulouse Graduate School
- Application: Complete the UNT Toulouse Graduate School (TGS) application through ApplyTexas and pay the application fee ($75.00), if you meet the minimum requirements for admission. International students must review the International Admissions page for additional required documents.
- Transcripts: Submit official transcripts from all colleges attended. TGS will review transcripts to verify minimum GPA requirements of 3.0 on the last 60 hours of a bachelor's degree, a 3.0 cumulative undergraduate GPA, or a 3.5 GPA on a completed master's degree.
- Test Scores: If you meet the specified GPA requirement, you will not be required to submit test scores. However, the GRE or the Miller Analogies Test (GMAT) may be used in assessing a student’s application for admission to the program.
If you are admitted into the university, TGS will send you an email and pin number to check online at my.unt.edu. Activate your EUID with the pin number and click on "Admissions Status" to proceed to Step 2 of the application process. Note: You must be admitted to TGS before enrolling in the LT MS program.
Step 2. Apply to the UNT College of Information's Department of Learning Technologies
Upload the following documents to your MyUNT portal (files submitted must be in PDF format):
- Resume or curriculum vitae including your previous work and/or educational experiences relevant to the program.
- Personal statement outlining your educational and professional goals. Your personal statement should:
- Link your goals to previous relevant educational experiences and strengths
- Describe your critical thinking and writing abilities
- Outline experience working with technology and relevant technical skills
- Two (2) letters of recommendation from references who can provide evidence of your technical and critical thinking skills, ability to advance in graduate studies, and ability to work collaboratively and independently.
The MyUNT portal will show the status of your uploaded documents once they are received and processed by the department.
Once you have been accepted to the program:
- Accept your admission: Log into your MyUNT portal and click on the "Accept" link in your Student Center
- Choose Your Track: Decide on a track or concentration you would like to pursue within the program
- Advising: Schedule an appointment with an advisor to choose courses and outline a degree plan
- Register: All registration and tuition payments at UNT is done via your MyUNT portal
Information for International Students
- Applicants who do not hold either U.S. citizenship or U.S. permanent resident alien status should apply to the International Admissions Office
- An international applicant's bachelor's degree should be equivalent to a U.S. four-year bachelor's degree
- All documents should be submitted at least six months before enrollment date
Download the LT MS Application Checklist
Have questions about LT courses and MS tracks?
Talk to an advisor about our program at our monthly "Ask an Advisor" session on the second Tuesday of this month!
- Toulouse Graduate School questions: GoGrad@unt.edu
- International student questions: International@unt.edu
- Graduate Assistantship questions: LT-MS-Admissions@unt.edu
- Tuition & Fees (Student Financial Services) or Financial Aid & Scholarship questions:
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