Applicants must have a primary degree in any discipline (2.2 honours or higher at Level 8 - National Qualifications Authority of Ireland). Applicants who do not have a primary degree can apply to be considered through RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning).
Applicants must have a high standard of written English, and will be required to submit a personal statement outlining their reasons for applying, as part of the application process. Applicants are expected to be proficient in using standard office applications (e.g. MS Word, PowerPoint, and Excel). They must also be proficient in searching the Internet and familiar with using electronic communication tools (including email, chat rooms, and discussion forums). Applicants may be required to attend/participate in interviews to determine their suitability for the programme.
Months of entry
This programme will be offered both on-campus and in an online/blended mode.
The purpose of this programme is to equip graduates with the skills needed to design and develop multimedia content and technology-enhanced learning solutions. The need for this type of expertise is expanding rapidly as more and more companies and institutions use information and communication technologies (ICTs).
On successful completion of the programme, graduates will be able to:
- Design online learning environments.
- Design and deliver instructional materials.
- Evaluate instructional tools and programmes.
- Evaluate design and development software applications.
- Use multimedia applications.
- Deploy and use Web 2.0 technologies to collaborate with peers.
- Manage complex writing and design projects.
- Communicate effectively in online and face-to-face environments.
- Write clear, correct, precise content.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Yvonne Cleary