Learn how people learn. The best ways to design, implement and evaluate contemporary learning environments. In the Master of Arts in Learning and Technology, you'll assess theories, issues and practices that inform learning in all sectors. In this textbook-free program, you'll investigate the history, developments and debates in the field of learning and technology. You'll examine the impact of learning networks and communities on society. You'll gain practical experience designing and facilitating digital learning experiences. You'll learn leadership skills to guide the implementation and evaluation of digital learning environments in the workplace. And you'll choose a program completion option in which you'll pull together the knowledge, skills, research and theory you've acquired into a creative piece with the potential to transform learning in your field. As a graduate, you'll have the expertise to develop effective technology-mediated learning environments, as well as take on leadership roles at your place of work and beyond.
1. High School diploma or Secondary school diploma (if requested by university)
2. Bachelor degree/ Undergraduate diploma
3. Bachelor degree/ Undergraduate transcript of grades or marksheets
4. Language certificate
5. Reference letter (One or Two on request from University)