The PNC-UC Master of Arts in Education Program (major in Administration and Supervision) strikes a mix between fundamental educational theory and real-world education administration techniques. You will study significant topics in learning theory, the philosophical and historical underpinnings of education, and the foundations of educational management throughout this program. Simply, the curriculum is meant to give aspiring school administrators the knowledge and abilities necessary for efficient administration and supervision of educational institutions.
I. Program Educational Objectives
Three to five years after graduation, the Master of Arts in Education alumni shall:
a. be employed as supervisors or managers in the field of educational administration;
b. possess globally competitive skills;
c. demonstrate personal dignity and integrity; and
d. engage in community development or nation-building.
II. Student Outcomes
a. Apply key educational management concepts, principles, approaches, tools, and techniques in the performance of their profession in the academe sector;
b. Generate new knowledge through self-directed research and other scholarly studies;
c. Engage independently in advancing educational knowledge and skills; and
d. Apply advanced knowledge and skills in research, evidence-based practices, and scholarly studies