What is it?
CSU-Global has a partnership with NJCTL while guarantees transfer of certain courses taken at NJCTL into the Master's Teaching and Learning program. NJCTL courses can also be transferred just for articulation purposes, meaning to receive transcripts showing college credit.
Currently, up to 30 credits can be articulated to appear on a transcript. After the credit has been reviewed, the student will be charged based on the total amount of credits evaluated. Once the balance has been paid in full, students will be able to order transcripts.
M.S. Teaching and Learning Program Information:
Students interested in utilizing this partnership with NJCTL to enroll in the Teaching and Learning program should have all NJCTL courses completed before enrolling into the Teaching and Learning Program. Up to 18 credits are eligible for transfer into the program; 12 credits will fulfill the specialization requirement and the 6 remaining credits will fulfill core program course requirements (OTL539 and OTL547)
They can work with any graduate advisor at CSU-Global.