The Master of Education (M. Ed.) is a graduate program designed for:
The Master of Education (M. Ed.) program offers seven (7) major options or fields of specializations, among them are:
The M. Ed. Program is designed to align with the K to 12 Curriculum’s content, to integrate the use of ICT in pedagogy and intercultural competence in the context of nationalism and internationalization. The Program utilizes ICT as a tool that facilitates learning and promotes education more suited to the technologically modern times.
As a field of study, the focus is on ICT and its impact on education, particularly how it changes the landscape of education to promote development.
The M.Ed. program is scheduled on a trimestral scheme and is normally completed in two (2) years or six (6) trimesters.
Either of the two (2) study options may be availed by students:
a.) Plan A
– 33 units in course work;
– four (4) units in research;
– no comprehensive examination required.
b.) Plan B
– 36-40 units in course work;
– non-thesis plan, but requires a written comprehensive examination.
Since the University is supported by the State, the government subsidizes part of the educational costs. In addition, the charges to be borne by the student may be substantially reduced by:
b) enrollment privileges provided by the University or by various scholarships, and
c) other grants.
However, to qualify for such grants or scholarships, one has to be first a bona fide student of the program.