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  • Objectives
    The purpose of this program is to graduate 'Learning Managers' who have a significantly different perspective and skill/knowledge base than graduates of other education masters degrees. MLM graduates will have an enhanced capacity to manage the learning of students and will be able to work collaboratively with other teaching professionals, a range of other supporting professionals and the community. The Master of Learning Management (Specialisation) offers students a number of pathways to gain credit in recognition of prior work based learning. Students who focus their studies in recognised areas approved by CQUniversity (eg, Special Education; Simulation Technology & Learning) can have this specialisation on their testamur. For further information please contact the Faculty. Students who have completed CV03 Graduate Certificate in Flexible Learning may be eligible to articulate into the Master of Learning (Specialisation) program. CV03 graduates who articulate into the MLM will receive credit for 3 MLM courses and will be required to successfully complete EDED20426 Advanced Learning Management, EDED20424 Professional Project 4 and EDED20425 Professional Project 5 to be eligible to graduate with an MLM.
  • Entry requirements
    A Bachelor of Learning Management, Bachelor of Education or an equivalent four year qualification from a recognised university. Students may be admitted to the degree if they can satisfy the Dean of their competence to undertake the program on the basis of equivalent qualifications and/or experience. For example, equivalence may be determined by a combination of: * an academic record in a diploma or certificate award of appropriate content and standard; * published or unpublished material of appropriate content and standard; * satisfactory achievement in masters qualifying programs; or * non-award professional development activities and/or work experience; * presentation for assessment of a substantial professional portfolio; and * a three year bachelor degree plus relevant experience in the field. A masters qualifying period may be necessary for some students. Registered three year trained teachers wishing to undertake studies for four year status are encouraged to complete the MLM degree. International students should visit http://www.international.cqu.edu.au/ for further information including English language requirements. Students who have completed CV03 Graduate Certificate in Flexible Learning may be eligible to articulate into the Master of Learning (Specialisation) program. CV03 graduates who articulate into the MLM will receive credit for 3 MLM courses and will be required to successfully complete EDED20426 Advanced Learning Management, EDED20424 Professional Project 4 and EDED20425 Professional Project 5 to be eligible to graduate with an MLM. Fourth year status Registered teachers who are seeking four year status are able to complete this program to attain this recognition.
  • Academic Title
    Master of Learning Management (Specialisation)
  • Course description

    About Learning Management

    Finally, a postgraduate degree that responds to the demands of learning in the knowledge society.

    Traditional postgraduate studies, with inflexible study requirements and lengthy written assignments, only add to an already overcommitted life.  Educational professionals have told us they want a postgraduate program that works for them. Consequentially the Master of Learning Management will not require you to 'jump through hoops'.

    The fundamental premise of the MLM is flexibility; you complete your study in a place and time of your choice on a self-selected topic that will directly contribute to your work.

    Students who focus their studies in recognised areas approved by CQUniversity can have this specialisation on their testamur.


    Career Opportunities

    If you are looking to advance your career in the education system or redirect your career as new learning markets emerge in the private and public sector, the Master of Learning Management is your vehicle.

    Teachers who are seeking four year status are eligible to complete this program of study to attain this recognition.


    Program Structure

    Students must complete 6 courses totalling 48 units of credit from courses listed. Each course is worth 8 units of credit.

    Specialisations
    Course Code     Course Name

    1 core course
    EDED20426     Advanced Learning Management

    choose 5 electives
    EDED20421     Professional Project 1
    EDED20422     Professional Project 2
    EDED20423     Professional Project 3
    EDED20424     Professional Project 4
    EDED20425     Professional Project 5

    Please note: all students must enrol in the core course before completing elective courses.
    Simulation Technology & Learning Specialisation

    Graduates of the Master of Learning Management (Simulation Technology & Learning) will be workplace and future orientated, and as such will have the demonstrated capacity to enhance workplace capability and a clear focus on using simulation technology to design programs and activities for specific learning outcomes. Graduates will be able to work closely with simulation developers to create simulations for specific learning purposes.

    To be eligible to graduate with a Master of Learning Management (Simulation Technology & Learning), students must successfully complete the following courses:
    Course Code     Course Name

    Students wishing to complete 2 courses per term are required to enrol as follows:
    Year 1 - Term 1
    EDED20478     Using Simulation to Facilitate Learning
    EDED20480     History and Contemporary Uses of Simulation

    Year 1 - Term 2
    EDED20421     Professional Project 1
    EDED20479     Learning Needs Analysis & Simulation

    Year 1 - Term 3
    EDED20422     Professional Project 2
    EDED20477     Cognition, Psychology & Simulation

    Students wishing to complete 1 course per term are required to enrol as follows:
    Year 1 - Term 1
    EDED20480     History and Contemporary Uses of Simulation

    Year 1 - Term 2
    EDED20478     Using Simulation to Facilitate Learning

    Year 1 - Term 3
    EDED20421     Professional Project 1

    Year 2 - Term 1
    EDED20479     Learning Needs Analysis & Simulation

    Year 2 - Term 2
    EDED20477     Cognition, Psychology & Simulation

    Year 2 - Term 3
    EDED20422     Professional Project 2

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