TUT Masters Programmes



TUT Masters Programmes

TUT Masters Programmes,
MASTERS IN EDUCATION
Before submitting an application for admission, applicants are advised to consult the University’s website for possible new qualifications which are aligned with the newly-implemented Higher Education Qualification Sub-Framework.
This programme is managed by the School of Education.
a. Admission requirement(s):
A Bachelor of Education (Hons) or an equivalent qualification, which should have been passed with an average of 60% to be considered for selection. Each Candidate have to submit the following to the School of Education before 30 October
of the year preceding their studies:
• an updated curriculum vitae, including all contact details;
• a typed motivation for wishing to study for the Masters in Education;
• a short description of the research topic; and
• an academic record that includes the marks obtained in the Bachelor of Education
(Hons).
In addition, candidates should successfully complete Research Methodology in the first year of study if it was not included in a previous qualification. Postgraduate workshops will be held and students have to attend them.
• Candidates should understand that neither an average of 60% nor the submission of the portfolio automatically gives them admission to the Masters in Education. If a candidate’s portfolio is accepted, he or she will be invited to an interview. During this interview, a final decision will be taken about his or her admission.
• Candidates, who did not obtain their previous qualification at TUT should submit an application form to Student Administration in order to obtain a student number.
b. Selection criteria:
Candidates who are selected on the strength of their written motivations will be invited for interviews. Candidates who succeed in their interviews will be informed during November to register.
c. Duration:
A minimum of one year and a maximum of three years.
d. Presentation:
Research.
e. Rules on postgraduate studies:
See Chapter 8 of the Students’ Rules and Regulations for more information.
f. Subject credits:
Subject credits are shown in brackets after each subject.
CURRICULUM
CODE                       SUBJECT                                                                               CREDIT
Students register for one of the following subjects:
EDU530T             Dissertation: Education                                                                  (1,000)
EDU530R             Dissertation: Education (re-registration)                                   (0,000)
EDU540T             Dissertation: Education                                                                  (1,000)
EDU540R             Dissertation: Education (re-registration)                                   (0,000)
TOTAL CREDITS FOR THE QUALIFICATION:                                                       1,000
 
MASTERS IN EDUCATION: EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
Before submitting an application for admission, applicants are advised to consult the University’s website for possible new qualifications which are aligned with the newly-implemented Higher Education Qualification Sub-Framework.
REMARKS
This programme is managed by the School of Education.
a. Admission requirement(s):
A Bachelor of Education (Hons) or an equivalent qualification, which should have been passed with an average of 60% for the honours degree to be considered for selection;
or
an M+4 qualification, which should have been passed with a programme average of 60% to be considered for selection, plus an additional professional education qualification of at least 120 credits;
or
a Bachelor of Education with an average of 60% or more. A portfolio of evidence has to be submitted and an interview will be conducted.
Each candidate has to submit the following to the School of Education before 30 October of the year preceding their studies:
• an updated curriculum vitae, including all contact details;
• a typed motivation for wishing to study for the Masters in Education: Educational Technology;
• a short description of the research topic; and
• an academic record that includes the marks obtained in the Bachelor of Education (Hons).
In addition, candidates should successfully complete Research Methodology in the first year of study if it was not included in a previous qualification. Postgraduate workshops will be held and students have to attend them.
b. Selection criteria:
Candidates who are selected on the strength of their written motivations will be invited for interviews. Candidates who succeed in their interviews will be informed in November to register. Candidates should understand that a final decision about their admission will only be made
after the interview.
c. Other requirement(s):
Candidates who wish to register for this programme should have access to the Internet, since interaction, mainly online, between facilitators and students will be encouraged.
d. Duration:
A minimum of two years and a maximum of three years.
e. Presentation:
Research.
f. Rules on postgraduate studies:
See Chapter 8 of the Students’ Rules and Regulations for more information.
g. Subject credits:
Subject credits are shown in brackets after each subject.
CURRICULUM
CODE                                  SUBJECT                                                                                                   CREDIT
OMY500T                              Dissertation: Education                                                                                 (1,000)
OMY500R                              Dissertation: Education (re-registration)                                                  (0,000)
TOTAL CREDITS FOR THE QUALIFICATION:                                                                                        1,000