CMC GRADUATE SCHOOL EDUCATION
CMCS MASTER OF ARTS IN EDUCATION – EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION is a two-year graduate program that enhances the knowledge of students in the basic principles of planning supervisory programs at all levels – elementary, secondary, and tertiary.
It teaches management theories, process-planning, organizing, leading, and controlling applicable to educational agencies and academic institutions.
The program helps students familiarize themselves with important Presidential decrees, circulars, memoranda, letters of instruction, and school laws that are useful in their future practice.
Graduates of CMCs Master of Arts in Education – Educational Administration may pursue a career path in both public and private educational institutions or government agencies. They may apply for roles such as a college professor, headteacher,
department head, school principal, administrator, school supervisor, college dean, education researcher, educational consultant, or a curriculum developer.
PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
Graduates of the Master of Arts in Education Program are expected to;
a. ACQUIRE advanced knowledge and skills in a specialized, interdisciplinary, or multidisciplinary field of study for professional practice;
b. MAKE self-directed research;
c. GAIN Lifelong learning with a highly substantial degree of independence that
d. Involves individual work or teams of interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary experts; and
e. Apply the above-mentioned skills in research, professional, or creative work
At the end of the program, graduates of the Graduate School Program are expected to acquire:
1. MASTERY of a specialized field of study development of original and critical thinking,
2. Demonstration of problem-solving skills that prepare the degree holder for advanced instruction and leadership positions in the areas of research, creative work, as well as the practice of his or her profession.
In relation to CHED Memorandum Order No. 15 Series of 2019 “Policies, standards, and guidelines for graduates Programs” To better contribute to the attainment of sustainable development, graduate programs are expected to:
1. Achieve a clear progression beyond basic education and baccalaureate/undergraduate education by stressing:
a. Cutting-edge, integrative and interrogative teaching and learning contents and methods: and
b. Higher competencies in knowledge production (research). knowledge sharing and exchange (teaching), and knowledge application and utilization.
2. Produce advanced competencies that can spur and sustain:
a. Leadership and innovation
b. Scientific and technological growth;
c. Creative and effective learning and teaching;
d. Agro-industrial productivity;
f. Good governance;
g. Inclusive economic development and environmental security:
h. National sovereignty and independent international relations;
i. Articulation of Filipino culture and arts;
j. Cultural and religious divert; and
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS AND STUDENT OUTPUT
1. Passing the Comprehensive Examination
3. Paper Presentation
4. At least one (1) publication in a refereed journal or juried creative work