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Framework

Master degree course

The courses of our institute can be divided into two aspects: methods and domain courses. Students have to take at least six credits from methods courses. Domain course include the following four areas: e-learning psychology and strategies, science and information education, and digital content and system design. Related courses are listed below:

 

Category/Domain

Course

Note

Seminar in Technological & Vocational Education0 credit

Required

 

 

 

Methods

Educational Research Methodology3 credit

Required

Advanced Educational Statistics3 credit 
Survey Method and Statistics3 credit 
Qualitative Research in Education3 credit 
Educational Statistics3 credit 
Academic Writing for Educational Research3 credit

 

Optional

(at last 3 credits)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Domain

Courses

 

 

E-learning Psychology and strategies

 

Constructivism and Education3 credit 
Psychology of E-learning3 credit 
Psychology of learning3 credit 
Motivation and Learning3 credit 
Internet Psychology3 credit 
E-Learning Strategies3 credit 
Online Inquiry Learning3 credit 
Research Issues and Tools of Digital Learning3 credit 
Advanced Cognitive Psychology3 credit
Spatial Cognition and Creativity3 credit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Optional

 

 

 

 

Science and Information Education

Constructivism and Education3 credit 
Philosophy of Science3 credit 
Research in Science Education3 credit 
Online Inquiry Learning3 credit 
Computer-assisted Testing3 credit 
Integrating Technology into Instruction3 credit 
Online Collaborative Learning and Teaching3 credit 
Testing Theory3 credit 
Information Literacy Research3 credit
Digital Divide3 credit 
Information Sociology 3 credit

 

 

 

 

Digital Content and System Design

Creative Multimedia Design3 credit 
Digital Content Design3 credit 
E-Learning System Design3 credit 
Digital Service Innovation3 credit 
Mobile Learning3 credit 
Online Inquiry Learning3 credit 
Internet Psychology3 credit 
Artificial Intelligence in Digital Learning3 credit 
Design and Applications of Computer Mindtools3 credit 
Advanced Interactive Technologies for Education3 credit

 

 

In-service master program framework

Category/Domain

Course

Note

 

 

 

Methods

Educational Research Methodology3 credit

Required

Advanced Educational Statistics3 credit 
Survey Method and Statistics3 credit 
Qualitative Research in Education3 credit 
Educational Statistics3 credit 
Academic Writing for Educational Research3 credit

 

 

Optional

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Domain

Courses

 

 

E-learning Psychology and strategies

 

Constructivism and Education3 credit 
Psychology of E-learning3 credit 
Psychology of learning3 credit 
Motivation and Learning3 credit 
Internet Psychology3 credit 
E-Learning Strategies3 credit 
Online Inquiry Learning3 credit 
Research Issues and Tools of Digital Learning3 credit 
Advanced Cognitive Psychology3 credit
Spatial Cognition and Creativity3 credit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Optional

 

 

 

 

Science and Information Education

Constructivism and Education3 credit 
Philosophy of Science3 credit 
Research in Science Education3 credit 
Online Inquiry Learning3 credit 
Computer-assisted Testing3 credit 
Integrating Technology into Instruction3 credit 
Online Collaborative Learning and Teaching3 credit 
Testing Theory3 credit 
Information Literacy Research3 credit
Digital Divide3 credit 
Information Sociology 3 credit

 

 

 

 

Digital Content and System Design

Creative Multimedia Design3 credit 
Digital Content Design3 credit 
E-Learning System Design3 credit 
Digital Service Innovation3 credit 
Mobile Learning3 credit 
Online Inquiry Learning3 credit 
Internet Psychology3 credit 
Artificial Intelligence in Digital Learning3 credit 
Design and Applications of Computer Mindtools3 credit 
Advanced Interactive Technologies for Education3 credit

*You need to reach a minimum of 24 credits to graduate.

 

 

Ph. D. program Core curriculum framework for doctoral students (revised on Oct. 17, 2016)

Curriculum Domains

Courses

Credits

Remarks

 

Seminar in Technological & Vocational Education

0

Required (for 2 semesters)

Research Ethics

0

Required (for 3 hours)

Methodology Courses

Advanced Educational Statistics

3

At least take 1 of these four courses

Qualitative Methodology

3

Experimental Research

3

Design-Based Research

3

Theoretical Courses

Philosophy of Science

3

At least take 1 of these four courses

Online Inquiry Learning

3

Testing Theory

3

Technology Enhanced Language Instruction

3

E-Learning System Design

3

Integrating Technology into Instruction

3

Psychology of E-learning

3

Information Literacy Research

3

Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning

3

Motivation and Learning

3

Others

Elective courses

 

Remarks:

1. Students are required to take at least 18 credits of courses and the courses relevant to the research assigned by advisors.

2. A maximum of 6 credits you earn from other graduate institutes are accepted.

3. Students whose majors are not about education should take the course of “Educational Research Methodology” which is included in credits for graduation.

4. Students who want to take “Advanced Educational Statistics” should take “Educational Statistics” in advance, which is included in credits for graduation. Students whose major was about statistics in the bachelor’s or master’s program can waive the course “Educational Statistics”.