The design and management of e-learning systems is a complex task that requires specialist skills and an understanding of how people and organisations learn. This research pathway will suit you if you want to conduct research in ICT-supported learning or if you're planning to progress to a higher research degree.
You will complete a dissertation on a topic chosen in consultation with your supervisor along with core units of study in psychology and the design of technology-supported learning, emerging educational technologies and research frontiers.
If you are a future e-learning professional or already working in industry, government and education and are seeking to advance your career in the field of e-learning/technology-supported learning, you may wish to consider the Master of Learning Sciences and Technology (Professional) pathway.
Upon completion of the Master of Learning Sciences and Technology, you will have gained the skills required to meet the needs of future e-learning professionals as well as those working in industry, government and education who are seeking to advance their careers. Graduates will also be equipped to pursue a research career in ICT-supported learning.
Available places will be offered to qualified applicants based on merit. Admission to candidature for this course requires:
In exceptional circumstances the Dean may admit applicants without these qualifications who, in the opinion of the faculty, have qualifications and evidence of experience and achievement sufficient to successfully undertake the award.
If you do not meet the requirements listed above for direct entry to the Master’s degree, you may be able to enter via a Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma in the same subject area and upgrade to the Master’s after successful completion of the shorter course.
IELTS 6.5 – no band below 6.0
Camperdown/ Darlington campus