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Online Master of Educational Technology
UBC Faculty of
Education and UBC Distance Education & Technology (DE&T)
are now being accepted for a new Master of Educational Technology (MET) Program,
opening in September 2002. Choose a joint University of British Columbia/Tec de
Monterrey Masters degree or one of two associated post-graduate certificate
programs. All courses will be delivered online. Apply online at http://met.ubc.ca/
-- click on "Apply Online" under the Admissions/Registration section.
MET is a joint program with Tec de Monterrey (ITESM, Mexico). It is based on the
highly successful and award-winning Post-Graduate Certificate in
Technology-Based Distributed Learning (TBDL), designed, developed and delivered
by DE&T and Tec de Monterrey from 1997-2002. Like the former TBDL, the MET
Program is a professional development program aimed at education professionals
working in technology-supported learning environments and/or interested in
exploring issues related to education and technology.
you are a former TBDL Student, you may apply to have most of your courses
transferred for credit toward any of the new programs.
MET Program has been designed to allow students to focus on their area of
teaching/education expertise -- the adult/post-secondary sector, or the
primary/secondary (K-12) sector. You may choose between the 10-course Masters
degree, or one of two 5-course Certificate Programs: The Post-Graduate
Certificate in Technology-Based Distributed Learning (TBDL), or the
Post-Graduate Certificate in Technology-Based Learning for Schools (TBLS).
of the certificates can be laddered into the Master in Educational Technology.
You may also choose to take individual courses for professional development.
high-quality courses taught by expert instructors, the MET Program offers the
ultimate in flexibility, through:
joint international degree:
to resources and knowledge from two institutions:
and Tec de Monterrey (Mexico) Language options: students may elect to take their
courses in English, Spanish, or both
course format and delivery: enabling students to participate in the program
regardless of where they live, and the opportunity to interact with a diverse,
between a 10-course Masters degree, one of two 5-course Certificates, or
individual courses for professional development
one-stop online shopping experience: for student admission application, course
registration, tuition payment, textbook purchase and delivery, and student
more information about this exciting new program, visit the MET website at http://met.ubc.ca/
or email email@example.com.