Learning Science and Engineering Professional Masters Program at CMU

November 27, 2012 at 9:17 am 1 comment

I admit jealousy. This sounds like a great program that I wish we could offer at Georgia Tech. A CS Ed track would be natural in a program like this.

The Learning Science and Engineering Professional Masters Program (LSE)

The Master of Science in Learning Science and Engineering program offers students who have a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in such areas as psychology, education, computer science, information technology, business, or design the opportunity to improve their training with advanced study in Learning Science and Engineering. Our students will gain the knowledge, skills, and techniques to develop and evaluate programs in learning settings that range from schools to workplaces, museums to computer-based environments—as well as other formal, informal and non-traditional educational settings. Graduates of the program will take key positions in corporations and private and public universities and schools; they will become designers, developers, and evaluators of educational technologies and learning environments as well as domain experts, learning technology policy-makers, or Chief Learning Officers.

via Learning Science and Engineering Professional Masters Program – Overview | Human-Computer Interaction Institute.

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  • 1. Kathi Fisler  |  November 29, 2012 at 7:03 am

    If anyone has students looking for learning science degrees with a CSEd angle, please invite them to contact me (kfisler@wpi.edu). WPI also has an interdisciplinary MS degree program in Learning Sciences (less emphasis on the professional MS side than the posted CMU one, but founded by several faculty who came out of the CMU Learning Sciences programs). I’m affiliated faculty in our Learning Sciences program. Our CSEd research efforts, while smaller but growing, are done in collaboration with Learning Sciences faculty here, and we can advise students on CSEd projects through our program.



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