Programme content and structure
The programme consists of one core course and a series of options.
- If you complete 60 credits successfully you can exit with a Postgraduate Certificate.
- On successful completion of 120 credits, you can exit with a Postgraduate Diploma, or choose to proceed to the MSc.
- For progression to MSc (180 credits) you must complete the ‘Research methods’ course as one of your options before embarking on the Dissertation.
In all cases, you must take the core course, ‘An introduction to digital environments for learning’, first. A selection of the optional courses will be offered each semester. Each course runs over one semester – approximately 12 weeks (details of semester times are available). For more detail on course content, see the following links.
- An introduction to digital environments for learning EDUA11222 (the first course on the programme, required for all programme participants, 40 credits)
- Research Methods (MSc in Digital Education) REDU11063 (required for the MSc, 20 credits)
- Dissertation (MSc in Digital Education) REDU11064 (required for the MSc, 60 credits)
Option courses (20 credits each)
- Course design for e-learning EDUA11148
- Digital futures for learning EDUA11214
- E-learning and digital cultures EDUA11149
- E-learning, politics and society EDUA11151
- E-learning strategy and policy EDUA11146
- Information literacies for online learning EDUA11152
- Introduction to digital game-based learning EDUA11153
- Online assessment EDUA11147
- Psychological and social contexts of e-learning EDUA11150
- The digital student experience
- Understanding learning in the online environment EDUA11145
Course delivery timetable
Please note that the timetable beyond the 2013/14 academic year is provisional and subject to change.
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