Monday, January 5, 2015

Graduate programs in e-learning

Tony Bates' recommended graduate programs in e-learning includes masters and PHD programs. this includes masters from the University of British Columbia, University of Edinburgh, University of Hull, Athabasca University, Open University, UK.
University of British Columbia, Canada: Masters in Educational Technology (fully online). Interestingly, as part of a project on one of the courses in the UBC MET program, four students have produced an up-to-date (2010) list of Canadian competitors to the MET program, with a comparative chart, some of which are NOT included in the list below, because I am not familiar myself with the programs.
Royal Roads University, Victoria, BC offers a Master in Learning and technology (hybrid model)
University of Edinburgh, UK: M.Sc. in e-learning www.education.ed.ac.uk/e-learning/
University of Hull, UK: M.Ed in E-learning www.hull.ac.uk
University of Colorado at Denver: Masters in e-Learning design and implementation
Pepperdine University: Masters in Educational Technology Online. This program is 85% online, the rest requiring attendance at the Malibu campus, California.
University of Maryland University College/Carl von Ossietzky Universit├Ąt Oldenburg Masters in Distance Education This award-winning program has a technology specialization.
Athabasca University, Canada: Master in Distance Education. This fully distance program has been re-designed in recent years, and now contains a very strong technology component, with excellent faculty
Open University, UK MA in Online and Distance Education Covers the theory and practice of online and distance education; open to students from countries all over the world.
Concordia University Chicago MA in Educational Technology. This is a blended learning program, combining online learning with periodic classroom instruction. Note that this is a completely different university from Concordia University, Montreal
University of Sydney Master of Learning Science & Technology program (MLS&T) is a research-informed program designed and taught by international team of leaders in the learning sciences, offering both Professional and Research streams. The Professional Stream is designed for those who want to advance their careers in e-learning. The Research Stream can act as a bridge for PhD studies and is designed for students who are hoping to pursue a career as an education or learning-sciences researcher. University of Sydney is the oldest and most prestigious of the Australian state universities.
The University of Northern Iowa offers an M.A. in Instructional Technology aimed primarily at k-12 teachers. There is no differential tuition for international students, at just over $400 per unit.
- See more at: http://www.tonybates.ca/resources/recommended-graduate-programs-in-e-learning/#sthash.0BSbIyLV.dpuf

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