Media Education graduates work as experts in e.g. media education, web-based teaching, and ICT-related teaching applications in various types of design, development, research and content production tasks. They can work in the public sector as well as in industry and commerce. One’s personal orientation is supported by selecting the most suitable minor subjects for the degree.
The degree program consists
of major studies in Media Education (80 ECTS), minor studies or bridging
studies (25 ECTS), and methodology courses (15 ECTS).
New application round for Media Education studies at ULapland
Wed, Nov 27, 2013
A new application round will be open from December 2, 2013 to January 31, 2014 for the master's degree program in Media Education at the University of Lapland. The program aims to develop profound media literacy and competence by examining media and media culture from three perspectives: media in teaching and learning; empowerment, control, and influence of media; and media in the everyday lives of individuals and communities. To apply, visit ULapland Admissions.