How long will it take?
Teaching takes place across two semesters. Semester 1 runs from September-December; semester 2 runs from January-April.
Part-time students will find that the programme is designed in such a way that you can plan your study around your work and other commitments. We anticipate most participants will take one course per semester, though you may take two per semester if you wish (remembering that ‘An introduction to digital environments for learning’ is double the load of other courses). You can also break your study and skip a semester if you need to. Minimum and maximum times for completion of the programme are as follows:
- MSc: 24-60 months
- PGDip: 18-48 months
- PGCert: 12-24 months
If you study full-time, the MSc takes 12 months to complete. You will complete the 40-credit ‘An introduction to digital environments for learning’ and one other course in semester 1, three courses in semester 2, and your dissertation between April and August.