A message to our students
All instruction will take place remotely through the end of the semester.
The GCOE is here for you – feel free to Contact Us to stay in touch with your program and to get assistance.
Departments, faculty, offices, and advisors are available via email and Zoom.
We wish you and your loved ones good health and well-being in the days and weeks ahead.
Check https://news.sfsu.edu/covid-19 for updates.
Spring Application Deadline:
Fall Application Deadline:
August 1, 2020
Location: Burk Hall 239
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Closed 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.)
Phone: (415) 338-1653
Welcome to ELSIT—The Department of Equity, Leadership Studies, and Instructional Technologies. Choose from five Master of Arts degree programs, an Administrative Services Credential, and an Instructional Technologies Certificate program:
- Master of Arts in Equity and Social Justice
- Master of Arts in Educational Administration & Administrative Services Credential Tier 1
- Master of Arts in Instructional Technologies (available fully online, pending final WASC approval)
- Master of Arts in Adult Education
- Master of Arts in Special Interest Area (an individualized MA program)
- Graduate Instructional Technologies Certificate in Training Systems Development
Be a part of a vibrant community of educators from the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. Explore a core focus area that is meaningful to you—we offer courses in a wide variety of topics, ranging from equity and social justice to instructional design and online learning. We are dedicated to improving the lives of all students, and all of our classes reflect our commitment to addressing issues of race/racism, culture, language, ethnicity, ability, gender, sexual orientation, and gender identity as they impact the ways in which children and adults learn and ultimately participate in our society.
We welcome you to learn more about our programs.
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