MSc Smart Technology and Future Society
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The programme MSc Smart Technology and Future Society is a holistic, scientifically and evidence-based, well-founded master’s programme for experienced professionals. For those interested who have extensive professional experience and leadership responsibility and want to provide their practical activities with a scientific basis.
The learning concept of MSc Smart Technology and Future Society is characterised by a high level of practice-relevant content as well as innovative teaching and learning methods. Its design as a pure distance learning course means that it is optimally focused on the needs of the target group.
The combination of guided self-study, individual student support and e-learning units offers students the possibility of learning independent of time and place, oriented to their own professional requirements and needs.
The content and structure of the master’s programme support an evidence-based understanding of Smart Technology and Future Society. Starting from the introduction to the fundamentals about the programme, Smart Technology and Future Society contents and competences are systematically imparted, whereby successive modules aim to analytically tie in with the knowledge acquired in the previous module so that they can be integrated for the understanding of the following module.
The programme is taught 100% online and can be finished in 12 months (fulltime) or 24 months (parttime). For interested persons without a first degree studying a master is possible.
Our students are enrolled at our partner university Universtiy of East London who also award the academic degree.
The content is based on the following focal points:
- Research methods, Scientific work and Introduction to Smart Technology and Future Society
- Interaction and communication with Smart Technology
- Smart Technology in work, health and care
- Smart Technology for children and in private and public life
- Master´s thesis