Online Master in Education in Africa

Top Online Master's Degrees in Education 2017 in Africa

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A master program may be offered in a variety of different fields, allowing students of almost any subject to enhance their knowledge and improve their credentials. This degree generally takes one to three years to obtain, although requirements may vary.

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Masters Online in Education in Africa

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MEd in Higher Education

Botho University
Online Full time 2 years July 2017 Botswana Botswana Online Lesotho Lesotho Online + 2 more

The Master of Education in Higher Education facilitates the professional development of teachers/lecturers as reflective practitioners in higher education. The programme achieves this by developing their knowledge of higher education as a field of study and enabling lecturers to enhance their ability to facilitate, manage and assess students’ learning. [+]

Top Online Masters in Education in Africa. The Master of Education in Higher Education facilitates the professional development of teachers/lecturers as reflective practitioners in higher education. The programme achieves this by developing their knowledge of higher education as a field of study and enabling lecturers to enhance their ability to facilitate, manage and assess students’ learning. Career opportunities include: Teacher/lecturer Educational Technologist Quality Assurance Officer Researcher in Higher Education Curriculum Developer Higher Education Administrator Counselor in Higher Education Programme details: The programme consists of 9 core (required) modules. Some modules may have prerequisites (i.e. may require the student to pass another module or set of modules first). Some modules may be co-requisite (i.e. such modules are required to be taken together). The number at the end of the module in parenthesis indicates the credit load of the module. 1 credit is equal to 10 hours of learning (guided, in-class and independent combined); therefore a 10-credit module requires on average 100 hours of learning from the student. Core modules: D8 - LTA - 10: Learning, Teaching and Assessment (20) D8 - PPA1 - 15: Professional Academic Practice in Action 1 (10) D8 - QHE - 11: Quality Frameworks in Higher Education (20) D8 - ETE - 12: Educational Technology and e-Learning (20) D8 - RHE - 14: Research in Higher Education (20) D8 - CDD - 14: Curriculum Design and Development (20) D8 - PPA2 - 15: Professional Academic Practice in Action 2 (10) D9 - CHE - 14: Contemporary Issues... [-]