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Tuesday, 05 April 2011 09:14

 

Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)

Major: Educational Management

The Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) is an academic and research-oriented degree for current and would-be administrators at all levels of education, including education specialists and faculty members at the tertiary level. Its emphasis is on academic excellence with research orientation for effective management of the school system. It develops in the students sound decision- making ability and prepares them to meet the demand for national and international development goals.

 

 

Master of Arts in Education (MAEd.)

Majors:

Administration and Management

Guidance and Counseling

Instructional Management

 

Administration and Management

This program prepares current and future school leaders to meet the professional demands of ideal educational leadership. The courses develop in the students competence related to effective leadership and educational management practices. The program allows the students to explore the theoretical and practical aspects of curriculum development, teaching and learning and the supervision of instruction. Exposure to research about current realities, emerging trends and issues in various aspects of educational administration and management ensures a continuing growth and effectiveness of the school leaders. They are prepared to conduct scholarly reviews that will address relevant issues in their school setting.

 

Guidance and Counseling

This program prepares students to become proficient in the various aspects of school guidance and counseling. The course offers graduate coursework in the development and management of relevant functional school program and services, the diagnosis of their students’ educational, vocational and personal needs and concern in the implementation of appropriate counseling techniques and intervention programs; psychological measurement and evaluation; and research methodology. The students are prepared to conduct scholarly research that will address relevant issues in their own school setting.

 

Instructional Management

This program prepares students to use a variety of tools and media to support teaching and learning. It covers the production and management of learning resources and educational media, and the application of technology to enhance the teaching and learning environment. Students are prepared to conduct scholarly research that will address relevant issues related to the use of educational media and technology in their own setting.

 

Master in Public Administration (MPA)

This program prepares individuals to serve as managers in the executive arm of local, provincial, regional and national government, in non-government organizations and non-profit sectors. Its emphasis is on the development of sound skills achieved through the integration of theory and practice. It requires in the student strong analytical and administrative skills, ability to apply various management tools and in-depth knowledge in specific policy areas.

 

 

Master in Theology (MTheol) [c/o College of Theology]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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