One year interdisciplinary masters, jointly taught by leading researchers in learning analytics, curriculum design and educational data mining in the Human-Computer Interaction Institute and the Psychology Department.
The Masters of Educational Technology and Applied Learning Science (METALS) program is an intense one-year, interdisciplinary master's program that trains graduate students to apply evidence-based research in learning to create effective instruction and educational technologies within formal and informal settings.
The METALS program is jointly taught between the Human-Computer Interaction Institute (HCII) and Carnegie Mellon's Department of Psychology. This truly interdisciplinary program includes fundamentals from HCII and psychology, but also cognitive science, statistics, computer science, education and design.
Visit the Masters of Educational Technology and Applied Learning Science program website to learn more about the METALS degree.
If you are interested in sponsoring a capstone project, please contact mbett [at] cs.cmu.edu (Michael Bett.)