Educational Research on Learning and Instruction
Educational Research on Learning and Instruction (M.A.)
In the master’s degree program in Educational Science-Empirical Educational Research, you will gain deep insights into the current fields of action in empirical educational research. Learn more about non-formal and formal educational settings, the use of digital media in learning environments, and the impact of quality in educational institutions. Immerse yourself in the many facets of heterogeneity and diversity or explore international comparative studies and educational systems. Become part of a dynamic discipline that understands, predicts, and transforms educational processes.
What is the degree program about?
How to understand, predict and change educational processes?
You have completed a bachelor’s degree in teaching, psychology, sociology, educational science, pedagogy, social work, health and nursing education or similar and would like to gain in-depth insights into current fields of action in empirical educational research?
You are interested in
different research areas in non-formal and formal education,
the use and effects of digital media in learning settings,
the development and influence of quality in educational institutions or
the effects of heterogeneity and diversity in all its facets or international comparative studies and educational systems?
The degree program combines educational science and research approaches to the planning and implementation of research, evaluation and development projects in the education sector. In return, it qualifies students for a wide range of professional activities in the scientific and practically education-related fields.
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