New technologies are revolutionizing education. At this critical juncture in an increasingly complex and competitive world, we need to re-imagine learning design and ride on the power of emerging learning technologies in order to enhance learning environments and improve outcomes. Learning design is a rapidly growing industry that applies to all sectors. In the rapidly evolving education landscape, no effort should be spared to nurture the next generation of learning technology specialists who possess in-depth theoretical and practical perspectives of learning design and demonstrate state-of-the-art technological knowledge and skills to shape the future of education.
The Bachelor of Science (Learning Design and Technology) Programme (JUPAS code: JS4386) is a new 4-year integrative programme jointly offered by the Faculties of Education, Engineering and Science. Its design is based on the latest re-formulation of the science of education in which education is cast as “a metadiscipline or discipline of disciplines” to equip learners with knowledge, competencies, and leadership to facilitate learning and development in and beyond the formal education settings. Graduates of the programme will be equipped with multi-disciplinary knowledge in education, technology, and science with education and learning sciences serving as the unifying threads. Not only will students be provided with internship opportunities to consolidate theory-practice integration, but they will also carry out research projects to synthesize multi-disciplinary knowledge and action-science competencies.
Upon completion of the programme, students will have:
K = Knowledge outcomes
S = Skills outcomes
V = Values and attitude outcomes
Graduates of the programme can pursue professional careers in schools, school-sponsoring bodies, universities, government sectors, non-governmental organizations (especially those specializing in solving social problems by means of education), education-related companies and industries in local, regional, and global settings including the Greater Bay Area. Graduates are equipped to serve in a variety of settings where there is an interface between education and STEM, including industries, businesses, schools, non-governmental organizations, and other new and emerging education-related industries. Additionally, graduates who want to pursue a teaching career can continue their study in the PGDE programme to obtain a technology- and/or science-related teaching qualification.
» Learning designers / strategists
» Learning technology specialists
» Multimedia learning specialists
» Technology-supported learning environment designers
» STEM education designers
» Educational product developers
» E-learning consultants / trainers
» Technology managers / officers
» Educational data analysts
» Education officers / administrators / researchers
Mini-lecture – Educational Technology and Contemporary Learning (In Cantonese)
25 May 2022 (Wednesday) | 10:00 – 10:45am | Online (via Zoom)
JUPAS applicants (2022 entry) are welcome!
♦ News coverage
CUHK launches four new Bachelor of Science programmes (CUHK Press Release 2021-11-23)
中大開新課程 聚焦掌握跨學科知識 (Wen Wei Po 2021-11-23)
中大推新課程重科技環境 (Lion Rock Daily 2021-11-23)
中大三學院合辦新課程 培養STEM與AI人才 地球環科 理學士合併 (Headline daily 2021-11-22)
中大下學年推跨學院學士課程 涉學習理論及科技 (Hong Kong Economic Times TOPick 2021-11-22)
中大跨學科新課程 為大灣區育才 (Ta Kung Pao 2021-11-22)
中大明年增4理學士課程 讀地球與環境科學可考天文台職位 (HK01 2021-11-22)
Minimum Graduation Requirements: 123 units
Non-JUPAS (Local) / International / Mainland Student Recruitment
Please visit Office of Admissions and Financial Aid for details.
Shortlisted candidates, either apply through JUPAS, Non-JUPAS (Local) Admissions Scheme or International Students Admission Scheme, will be invited to attend an admission interview.
The admission interviews for JUPAS applicants (2022 Entry) will be conducted after the announcement of HKDSE results. Shortlisted candidates will be notified by e-mail.