M.Ed Admin and Planning
The aim of the master’s program in Educational Administration and Planning is to become a center of excellence in educational administration, educational policy development and school management by promoting advanced level of teaching and research. Within this framework the program aims:
To build students’ knowledge and understanding in the field of educational administration and planning, school leadership and management, educational policy development and some other allied disciplines,
To build the capacity of the students to design and carry out research in various domains of educational administration and planning and allied disciplines
The minimum duration of M. ED in Educational Admin & Planning is three semesters and a maximum of six semesters. The program accepts students with a good honors degree in education and specialized areas from recognized universities. Students have to successfully complete all the compulsory courses, some of which are research, statistics and practicum, two elective courses and one thesis preparation/ project course. Students who complete the coursework carry out a research as their masters’ thesis, and graduate from the program by successfully defending it.
Applicants for M. Ed Educational Administration and Planning Degree will be required to have either or both of the following:
- a good honour degree in Education (Arts, Languages, Sciences, Social Sciences) and specialized areas, such as Educational Management, Guidance & Counselling, Library and Archival Studies, Adult Education, Special Education and so on.
- a good honour degree in pure Arts, Languages, Sciences or Social Sciences plus a Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE or PGTED) or NCE;
- All qualifications must be from recognised Universities.
The minimum duration of M. ED in Educational Admin & Planning is three semesters and a maximum of six semesters. Students who complete the coursework carry out a research as their masters’ thesis, and graduate from the program by successfully defending it.
A Minimum of 15 Courses (consisting of all the 13 Compulsory courses and 2 Elective courses); Total Maximum Credit Units = 37 and Minimum of 30 Credit units.
The M.Ed Admin & Planning programme offers the following courses: