Master of Arts in Education, major in: Administration and Supervision
Revised 2011Basic Courses CGSR 511 Research Methodology 3 CGSS 512 Statistics 3 6 Internal Requirement Religion CGSH 525 SDA Theology of Man 3 Required Education Courses (For Non-Education Graduate) EDUG 213 Child and Adolescent Development 3 EDUG 322 Principles of Teaching I 3 EDUG 324 Guidance & Counseling w/SPED 3 EDUG 411 Assessment of Learning I 3 12 Major Courses MEAS 511 Advanced Supervision 3 MEAS 522 Educational Mgt/Administration 3 MEAS 613 Human Resource Management 3 MEAS 624 Legal Bases of Education 3 MEAS 615 School Finance 3 MEAS 628 Leadership Perspective & Practices 3 18 Required Courses MAED 513 Philosophical Foundations of Educ. 3 MAED 626 Curriculum Development 3 MAED 617 Integ of Faith & Values in Learning 3 9 Electives (AnyOne of the following) MAED 627 Principles of Guidance 3 MAED 629 School Plant and Survey 3 MAED 623 Current Problems and Issues in Educ 3 MAED 625 Special Problems in Education 3 MAED 616 Psychological Foundations of Educ 3 3 Thesis CGST 611 Thesis Writing 1 3 CGST 622 Thesis Writing 2 3 6 Total academic requirements 45 units
REQUIRED COURSES FOR ALL AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION
MAED 513 PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION (3 units) Study of psychological development theories, and principles as they relate to the learning process, and evaluation techniques involving elementary, secondary, and tertiary school learners.
MAED 626 CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT (3 units) This is a 3-unit course which dwells on curriculum development that aims to equip students on how to plan, implement and evaluate the curriculum offering of an institution based on its philosophy and mission. It also aims to develop the curriculum and the existing curriculum of their schools in order to provide quality education to its students and effect quality graduates.
MAED 629 SCHOOL PLANT AND SURVEY (3 units) Major steps in acquiring school site, development, and upkeep of buildings and facilities for effective teaching/learning purposes.
MAED 617 INTEGRATION OF FAITH AND VALUES IN LEARNING (3 units) This is a 3-unit course which dwell on integration of faith and values in learning. It aims to equip students with the in–depth idea of faith and value. It also aims to provide ways and means in integrating values in the academic life of students inside and outside the classroom, school atmosphere and in the total life of administrators, faculty, staff and students. It will also develop the skills of the students in integrating Bible in all lessons making the academe Bible-based and will equip them to be active participants in the Great Controversy.
MEAS 511 ADVANCED SUPERVISION (3units) A study on the basic concepts and principles in planning supervisory program with emphasis on the different functions and problems of educational supervision at all levels – elementary, secondary and tertiary.
MEAS 522 EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT / ADMINISTRATION (3 units) A study of administrative theory and process-planning, organizing, leading and controlling – using the system approach in the analysis and evaluation of administrative practice and problems.
MEAS 613 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (3 units) Personnel policies relative to recruitment, selection, appointment, salary schedule, in service education, continuing education.
MEAS 624 LEGAL BASES OF EDUCATION (3 units) Presidential decrees, circulars, memoranda, letters of instruction, school laws, etc relative to the administration and supervision of educational institutions.
MEAS 615 SCHOOL FINANCE (3 units) Financial management and policy aspects of educational institution, especially methods of developing unit cost, budget formulas for operations and capital facilities, budgeting systems, and source of founding.
MEAS 628 LEADERSHIP PERSPECTIVE AND PRACTICES (3 units) This is a 3-unit course which provides knowledge to students on the different types of leadership.It aims to prepare students to lead and manage people in the organization. This course also exposes them to different practices in leadership for them to develop a holistic perspective in managing the institution toward its goals.