The MLS&T Professional Stream provides professionally relevant, research-informed courses at an advanced level for people who are currently working, or wish to work, in the field of eLearning.
A feature of the course is that participants are encouraged to incorporate their professional experiences into their studies and, in turn, enrich their workplaces through their newly acquired expertise.
Students solve real-world problems in the context of professional case studies and gain hands-on experience with a wide variety of technologies, including webcasts, blogs, simulation tools, podcasts, XML, IMS and educational-data mining.
Information about the entry requirements, tuition fees and opportunities for further study associated with both Master of Learning Science and Technology streams – and their component graduate certificate and graduate diploma – is published on the MLS&T homepage.
Professional-stream master's candidates must complete all the following:
- the four core units of study listed on the MLS&T homepage
- one of the elective units of study listed on the MLS&T homepage
- Workshop on Evaluation of Ed Software (EDPC5012)
- Special Project 1 (EDPZ6730)
- Special Project 2 (EDPZ6731).