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In Algeria, the gradual introduction of the Master Doctorate License system, mainly focused on the employability of the graduate, began in 2004. This system was supposed, theoretically, to use the Approaches By Competence methods for its establishment. But what about in practice? Was the CPA methodology applied and prepared for it? Is this adapted and adaptable to the socio-economic environment in which the Algerian University evolves? Is there a match between the objectives set by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research and the results obtained?
It is to these questions that we will try to answer in this article based on the instructions for ministerial reforms concerning distance education and two training experiments using Information and Communication Technologies in Education. The first experiment concerns e-learning and the second blended learning.
A comparative critical analysis from feedback will highlight all the strengths and weaknesses of these two training courses, while taking into account the human, material and budgetary environment of the Algerian University. This analysis will lead us to make concrete proposals for a better integration of the LMD system by the APC and while using the CTBTs.
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