CoE Online Degrees and Certifications
Instruction and Curriculum Leadership Department
- Doctorate of Education (EdD) Instructional Design and Technology
- Master of Arts (MAT) in Teaching Secondary Education
- Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Special Education
- Master of Science (MS) Instructional Design and Technology
- Master of Science (MS) Instruction and Curriculum Leadership
- Master of Science (MS) Instruction and Curriculum Leadership - Library Information Specialist Endorsement
- Master of Science (MS) Instruction and Curriculum Leadership - Reading Concentration
- Graduate Certificate in K-12 Instructional Computing Applications
- Graduate Certificate in Autism Studies
- Doctorate of Education (EdD) in Higher & Adult Education
- Master of Science Leadership
- Graduate Certificate in Community College Teaching & Leadership
Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Research
Information on Online Courses
For students enrolled in any online class, you must log in to the University of Memphis eCourseware site at https://elearn.memphis.edu by the first day of the semester, unless otherwise indicated by the instructor. To access the course in eCourseware, you must have a valid Univ. of Memphis UUID (Universal User ID) and password. If you do not have a current UUID, you must come to the main campus Student Services and obtain a student ID card, then have your UUID account enabled. You will then be able to access and use memphis.edu email, eLearn, your UMDrive, etc. all of which you MUST access in order to participate in online courses offered by the University of Memphis.
IMPORTANT REMINDER: Check your University of Memphis email often! Your online course instructor will communicate with you via your memphis.edu email ONLY. If you wish to forward your memphis.edu email to a different account, log in with your UUID at http://iam.memphis.edu and follow instructions on Forwarding email.
Self-Quiz: Are YOU prepared to take an online course?
More than three "no" answers to the questions below would indicate potential difficulties in successfully completing an on-line course.
- Do I own or have consistent access to a computer with Internet access and email?
- Am I already comfortable with using the Internet as a means of communication and research?
- Am I self-directed, highly motivated, and self-disciplined?
- Can I read and follow detailed instructions on my own?
- Can I set a personal schedule and complete assigned work by the required dates?
- Do I try to solve problems and work through difficulties independently?
- Are my writing and communication skills better than average?
Online Courses and Resources
- eCourseware Login
- MyMemphis Login
- University of Memphis Global
- Online Course Problems?
- Call 678-8888
- Ball Hall 307