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Structure and framework

The International Master’s Programme in Information Technology and Learning is accomplished in close collaboration with strong multidisciplinary research environments within the field of learning, communication and IT at the University of Gothenburg. This guarantees that students have possibilities to be informed of the state-of-the-art within this research field. The programme has a focus on applications and addresses challenges for learning and education in organisations, companies and educational institutions. After the programme students can work with design and development concerning information technologies for learning and communication in organisations, companies and educational institutions.

The International Master's Programme in Information Technology and Learning is organised as two years of full time studies (120 higher
education credits). The programme concludes with a Master’s thesis (30 higher education credits).

The programme is divided into seven separate courses of which five are compulsory and two are optional. Each course comprise
s 15 – 30 higher education credits.

Year 1

Technology, knowledge and learning: An introduction, 15 higher education credits

Syllabus

Literacy in a digital world, 15 higher education credits

Syllabus
Applied methods and design for information technologies and learning, 15 higher education credits

Syllabus

Digital tools for communication and learning, 15 higher education credits

Year 2

Optional course, 15 higher education credits
(alternatively 7.5 + 7.5 higher education
credits)

Optional course, 15 higher education credits
(alternatively 7.5 + 7.5 higher education
credits)

Master’s thesis, 30 higher education credits (Individual thesis in one of the two main fields of study, student's option)

 

 

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