MDDE 602 is a core course in the Master of Distance Education degree program on the subject of research design and data collection methods.
MDDE 603 introduces systems, systems analysis, and learning theory. It also explores the contributions of various areas of psychology, including behaviorism and cognitive psychology, culminating in an examination of instructional systems design and constructivist models of instruction.
- MDDE 604 is a project-based course that introduces instructional design principles and explores their application in a realistic way.
- Instructor: Roger
MDDE 605 involves the production of a strategic and business plan for the creation of a new distance education enterprise or distance training unit within an existing academic institution, corporate organization, or government department.
MDDE 617 will introduce the field of program evaluation, which spans a number of social science disciplines including education and training, nursing and medical education, social work, military training, and business.
- MDDE 620 is intended to develop students' knowledge and understanding
of educational technologies, and their planning skills in relation to the introduction of technology into existing educational and training
- MDDE 620 is intended to develop students' knowledge and understanding of educational technologies, and their planning skills in relation to the introduction of technology into existing educational and training systems.
MDDE 701 is the first course of 12 thesis/project credits for those program students who have opted to pursue the thesis or project route. The course focus is on both quantitative and qualitative data analysis methods.