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International Partnerships - Master of Distance Education & E-Learning

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  • Nature of program and who is cooperating partner Degree granted - umuc?  JointSize - how many students now and projectedFaculty - how many foreign facultyAnything else?
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    • 1. MDE partnerships• UMUC & Oldenburg University (USA/Germany)  In 2000: Creation of a joint program: Master of Distance Education and E-Learning  Division of responsibilities with cooperation between managers  Around 10 foreign faculty involved: all hired at UMUC  UMUC Degree, now expanding to a German degree  A set of courses are developed and staffed by OL  Several awards (Sloan-C, UCEA, etc.)  Special accreditation through EFMD-CEL
    • 2. Timeline of the collaboration ofUMUC & OL
    • 3. Focus of the MDE program
    • 4. MDE partnerships• MDE & HBMeU (USA/UAE)  Cooperative programs  Following the model of UMUC’s dual degree  Additional courses are added to primary HBMeU degrees and allow students to achieve an MDE degree as well  Students join ongoing MDE courses  Students receive HBMeU degree and then UMUC degree (MDE)  Starts in Fall 2012 with a probably number of 10-15 students
    • 5. The UMUC & HBMeU partnership Cooperative Program model UMUC- MDE UMUC- (9 credits) HBMeU (27 MDE credits) (9 credits transfer)Jan, 2012 HBMeU & UMUC-MDE partnership 5
    • 6. MDE partnerships• MDE & Unisa (USA/South Africa)  An MDE Certificate is used as part of a Unisa degree in Distance Education  Technology in Distance Education: total of 4 courses  Professional development for Unisa faculty  Students join ongoing MDE courses  Students receive HBMeU degree and then UMUC degree (MDE)  Started in Summer’2012 with a group of 21 students
    • 7. Certificate in Distance EducationTechnology

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