Master of Arts in Education

A graduate degree program that focuses on the study of theories and practices related to education. The program is designed for educators who want to deepen their knowledge and skills in teaching and learning, curriculum development, and educational leadership. Students can choose from various specializations such as early childhood education, curriculum and instruction, educational leadership, and special education.

Program Educational Objectives

Graduates of Master of Arts in Education are expected to have acquired in three to five years after graduation the following:

  1. Demonstrate significant knowledge and skills in the area of specialization;
  2. Employ applicable pedagogy to address the needs of diverse learners;
  3. Live up to the code of ethics of their profession and serve as role models;
  4. Contribute to the enrichment of the current trends in education by conducting research;
  5. Initiate community projects for the upliftment of the underpriviledged; and
  6. Apply sound educational practices to advance change and development in the community.

Program Outcomes

A Master of Arts in Education graduate should be able to:

  1. practice advanced and scientific knowledge and skills in their specialized, interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary field of expertise
  2. conduct individual or group research
  3. assumes responsibility to engage oneself to life-long learning that necessitates individual or collaborative effort with the interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary experts
  4. apply related skills in research, professional, or creative works in one’s expertise.