Postgraduate Diploma in Learning Design and Technology
The Postgraduate Diploma in Learning Design and Technology (PGDLD&T) is an academically enriching voyage aimed at nurturing astute professionals who will excel in crafting, implementing, and deploying innovative learning and performance solutions in the digital realm. Upon completion of this program, learners will have honed the following competencies:
Inspiring Excellence in Learning Design & Technology
The PGDLD&T program is an inspiring intellectual expedition designed to cultivate a cadre of professionals proficient in crafting and executing effective learning experiences across digital platforms. Our vision is to empower graduates to become champions of innovative learning and performance solutions in their respective professional milieus, advocating for excellence and leading the charge towards transformative pedagogy.
Career Prospects in Learning Design & Technology
Graduates of this program are well-equipped to explore a plethora of promising career avenues, including but not limited to:
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Programme Learning Outcomes
By the end of this programme, the student will be able to:
Total credit hours and course units required for graduation
Total credit hours and course units required for graduation The programme shall be offered in 8 semesters. The minimum total courses for the programme are 48. The minimum total course credit hours required for graduation is 144 hours.
A candidate must satisfy the general University admission criteria for undergraduate programmes.
Regulations on credit accumulation, including possible pathways, shall be in line with the provisions of Universities Regulations, Universities Standards and Guidelines, and general national trends.
A candidate may be allowed to transfer credits from part or all of the coursework requirements if the senate is satisfied that the candidate has completed and passed the prescribed courses(s) at the undergraduate level from accredited institutions and programs recognized by the senate. Any course considered for credit transfer must have been completed at an equivalent level and in an equivalent institution, with a minimum grade of 50%.
Guidelines For Transfer Of Credit/ Exemptions
A candidate may be exempted from degree level courses if the Senate is satisfied that the candidate has completed a similar course at the Diploma level from a recognized institution. The general rules governing credit transfers and exemptions will apply. In addition, the following rules apply:
Student Assessment at programme level
The course will be assessed through:
The projects will be assessed through e- portfolios. Students will present their work to an evaluation panel. All students’ work will be checked for plagiarism. The students should be logged in with the university provided login details in order to carry out any task.
|FIRST SEMESTER||SECOND SEMESTER|
|Foundations of Learning Design and Technology||eLearning Design and Development|
|Psychology of Learning and Instruction||Integrating Technology Into the Curriculum|
|Trends and Topics in Learning Design||Designing Performance Support Solutions|
|IEducation Research||Leadership and Project Management for Learning Design|
|Assessment and Evaluation in E-learning||Online and Virtual Learning Environments|
|Designing Effective Communication||Capstone Project|
|Designing Effective Online Facilitation||Information Skills, Content Literacy and Intellectual Property|