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Program overview

The UBC Master of Education Technology (MET) is a graduate level program designed for educators at all levels and in diverse contexts including:

  • K-12 teachers
  • college and university educators
  • adult educators
  • course designers.

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Frequently asked questions

When can I order?

MET orders can be placed starting in August (for September courses) and December (for January courses).

How much will my course materials cost?

The average cost per term varies depending on the course. The price will be listed on the order page beside the textbook.

What textbooks options are available?

Your professors/instructors choose the textbooks and other teaching materials. Through the MET textbooks order service, you will receive all required textbooks.

Look for the courses ETEC 500, 510, 511, 512, and 590.

How can I pay?

We accept Visa or MasterCard for payment of your order.

What are the delivery costs and times?

Shipping information.

What if not all my textbooks are available when you're packing my order?

If all your textbooks are not available at the time you place your order, we will contact you and advise you when they will be ready for pick-up or shipped.

What if I change my courses after I order with MET textbook orders?

We process MET orders as they arrive here; however, if you notify us immediately after a course change, we may be able to adjust the order before it is sent to the courier service for delivery.

When is the deadline for returning textbooks?

The Bookstore's usual refund period is 14 days from the date of purchase. BUT at the beginning of each term, we extend the refund period to accommodate any of your course changes. Keep your receipts -- you'll need them for any refund.

Further questions?

Contact us at (604) 822-2665, 1-800-661-3889 (Canada only) or east.info@ubc.ca.


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