The Doctor in Education Management Program is a 51-Unit Academic Track aims to produce competent and skilled educational leaders who will be trained to take on educational leadership and managerial roles in their respective educational institutions. The program provides its graduates with the required proficiencies to demonstrate highly advanced and systematic knowledge and skills in the specialized discipline in education and apply these through practice and research.
The Master in Education Management (MEM) Program is an academic, research-based degree program designed to produce highly skilled, globally responsive, competent educational managers/leaders and instructional specialists who are interested in pursuing academic excellence, advancing research, and promoting a global culture of sharing with school leaders at all levels of education.
There are two (2) specializations under this program:
The Master in Business Education program builds an applicant’s undergraduate degree to strengthen their knowledge and abilities in order to become a better educator of business courses. Furthermore, the program aims at intensive career preparation for both education and business program graduates to develop specialized knowledge in both pedagogy of teaching and content area of business as its contribution to the institution’s vision of becoming the National Polytechnic University.
The Master in Library and Information Science (MLIS) is a 36 unit academic track program designed to enhance further students’ critical and creative understanding of the theoretical, practical, and principles of library and information science delivered in conservative and digital modalities.
MLIS aims to harness graduate students as ethical, innovative, independent, resilient, and communicatively competent library professionals with a passion for lifelong learning. MLIS program graduates are expected to be equipped with relevant 21st century and leadership skills and high standards of professionalism that emulate strong service organization responsive to the requirements of different work settings in public, in special academic and school libraries as well as the emerging industries where library and information services are deemed necessary on the global scale.
Graduates of this program are expected to connect foundational concepts, theories and principles of information organization and access to professional contexts; have high standards of professionalism who provide improved services through a systematic organization, conservation, preservation, and restoration of information objects, historical, and cultural documents by conducting quality research that would modernize the library and information services and practices.
This program aims to produce graduates that are knowledgeable or fully equipped in providing positive and meaningful changes in library work in the country and around the world.
The Master of Arts in English Language Teaching (MAELT), introduced in 1991, is a graduate degree especially designed for English teachers at all levels, as well as those in special
language schools and training centers to upgrade their linguistic and professional competence in the lingua franca as a springboard to their field of expertise. Likewise, it prepares students to teach English as a Second Language and become global educators, passionate about learning to address the demands of advanced academic study in a second language and applied linguistics.
Graduates are expected to understand the process of language acquisition, demonstrate linguistic competence in the interpretation and appreciation of literature, and manifest creativity and critical thinking in language teaching, methods, and strategies. Through applying contemporary principles of curriculum design and utilizing technological advancement, they can produce quality English materials and are qualified to evaluate learning, assess English language attainment, and research educational constructs of the English classroom.
The Master of Arts in Education major in Mathematics Education is an academic track degree program intended to provide advanced training for graduate students. Specifically, it aims to enhance students’ knowledge and skills in mathematics and mathematics pedagogies, communication skills, and creative and critical thinking. It also aims to develop competent, resilient, patriotic and globally competitive mathematics teachers. Furthermore, the program is designed to produce effective, ethical, and technologically adept supervisors of mathematics programs who shall utilize the discipline for the good of the country and their immediate communities.
The Master of Arts in Physical Education and Sports program is tailored to the needs of graduates in education and related areas to have appropriate competencies in physical education and sports for professional and leadership positions in various settings. It prepares professionals with managerial, and instructional skills to design the best teaching strategies and evaluation tools as well as devise effective mechanisms in managing and supervising school sports physical education programs and sports tournament organization. Graduates of the MPES program have the opportunity to handle top positions such as Sports Director, Program Education Supervisor, Dean, and Department Chair/Head.
The program Master of Arts in Education major in Teaching in the Challenged Areas (MAED-TCA) deals with a concerted and systemic means of more advanced teacher training wherein students are taught to change their perspectives from problems to opportunities, from negative perceptions to positive opportunities in a specific formation program. This is because teachers need support to cope with the different demands of teaching in challenged areas. Strengthening motivation to teach in these contexts becomes an urgency to carry out a difficult but critical mission. Literature shows that challenging areas are present all over the world. It is there where the opportunity for a radical change can be brought about by education. Preparation for this task requires specialization. It is in marginalized areas that many young people drop out from school due to the decline of motivation provoked by families who force them to find a job, lack of resources, poor quality of educational system and teacher attrition in schools. It is in the marginal areas that action is urgently needed to change this pattern and motivate both students and teachers.
The Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Education (PBDE) is intended for non-education degree holders. It will take one year (two successive semesters) to complete this 21-unit course. There are two (2) tracks leading to this Diploma:
This two-track program is designed to provide the students with the following opportunities:
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