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Master of Information and Communication Technology in Education

Graduation requirements

Students will graduate from the Graduate Certificate in Information and Communication Technology in Education on completion of 32 points (four subjects).Students will graduate from the Master of Information and Communication Technology in Education on completion of 64 points (eight subjects).

Study Mode

Online Education, Distance Learning & External study modes available

What is this course about?

CSU's Information and Communication Technology in Education program aims to provide teachers with a broad range of information and communication technology skills and pedagogical knowledge, allowing them to integrate technology into their teaching, implement professional development models, and provide leadership in technology integration.

Upon completion of the Graduate Certificate, graduates will be able to:

  • demonstrate theoretical and conceptual background and associated skills in the area of IT

  • effectively use a range of software to assess, diagnose and support learning

  • demonstrate sufficient skills to explore new ideas, strategies and specific tools for integrating IT into the curriculum

  • develop and apply information technology based interventions designed to meet the needs of students in the classroom.

Graduates from the Master of Information and Communication Technology in Education will be able to:

  • demonstrate comprehensive theoretical and conceptual background and associated skills in the area of IT

  • demonstrate sufficient skills to explore new ideas, strategies and specific tools for integrating IT into the curriculum

  • effectively use a range of software to assess, diagnose and support learning

  • develop and apply information technology based interventions designed to meet the needs of students in the classroom

  • compare and contrast alternative approaches to the use of ICT in the classroom

  • critically evaluate the potential educational applications of a range of software tools available to teachers in a school context.

Course structure

Graduate Certificate in Information and Communication Technology in Education

The course consists of 32 points, as follows:

Two core subjects from the following:
ITI501 Technology Partners in Learning 1
ITI502 Technology Partners in Learning 2
ITI568 Digital Curriculum 1
ITI569 Digital Curriculum 2

One Education subject from:

EMT501 Educational Applications of Information Technology
EMT503 Leadership in Learning and Teaching with ICT
ESC413 Web Pedagogies
ESC407 Classroom Technologies

One Education/IT subject from:

EMT501 Educational Applications of Information Technology
EMT503 Leadership in Learning and Teaching with ICT
ITC577 Information and Communication Technology Fundamentals
ITC510 Online Communities
ESC413 Web Pedagogies
ESC407 Classroom Technologies

No key subjects apply.

Master of Information and Communication Technology in Education

The course consists of 64 points, as follows:

Four core subjects from the following:
ITI501 Technology Partners in Learning 1
ITI502 Technology Partners in Learning 2
ITI568 Digital Curriculum 1
ITI569 Digital Curriculum 2

Four Education/IT subjects from:

EMT501 Educational Applications of Information Technology
EMT503 Leadership in Learning and Teaching with ICT
ITC577 Information and Communication Technology Fundamentals
ITC510 Online Communities
ESC413 Web Pedagogies
ESC407 Classroom Technologies

No key subjects apply.

Enrolment pattern

It is not possible to specify an exact enrolment pattern. All subjects can be studied in the session chosen by the student, this choice is dependent on subjects being available in a particular session and the meeting of any prerequisites.

At a glance

Study Mode

Distance education

Where

Albury-Wodonga

When

Session 1; Session 2; Session 3

Level

Postgraduate

Duration

Master - 2 years
Graduate Certificate - 1 year

International?

YES

Indicative ATAR

N/A

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