14196 Final Exam in Education (Learning Technologies)

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Prerequisites: 44 credits (not including qualifying courses)

Students in the non-thesis track who have completed all course requirements in the Learning Technologies specialization and accumulated at least 44 credits in the program (not including qualifying courses) are entitled to sign up for the final exam. The exam is administered once at the end of each fall and spring semester. Students may take the exam only in the semester in which they have enrolled for it. Students who take the exam may not register for a final project or for a thesis, irrespective of whether they passed the exam.

The exam is based on all basic courses and on the courses taken in the studentís area of specialization. The first part of the exam is a critical analysis of articles dealing with learning technologies, which are sent to students in advance. The second part requires integration of different bodies of knowledge studied in the program and of theory and practice, through an in-depth discussion of a central issue in the area of learning technologies. Further details about the exam and its administrative aspects can be found on the website of the MA in Education: Technologies and Learning Systems.