SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES


MASTER OF ARTS IN EDUCATION MAJOR IN SOCIAL STUDIES

Description:
The Master of Arts in Education major in Social Studies prepares individuals for the broad spectrum of educational positions and roles in the fields of education. It prepares education students for the various administrative and supervisory positions in elementary, secondary, post-secondary and vocational programs. This program provides advanced academic and professional preparation in the field of Social Studies Teaching. The program is designed to upgrade the competencies of teachers in teaching Social Studies; instill among student-professionals the ability to undertake scientific inquiry and independent research for the advancement of knowledge; develop professional leadership and human resources in support to regional and national agenda; transform student-professional to realize their fullest potential both personal and professional; and develop knowledge and skills in the field of education through research and extension.


Admission Requirements:
1.  Must have recommendation from previous college dean and college instructor.
2.  Must take and pass the entrance examination for the master’s program.
3.  Must have most recent medical and dental health record.
4.  Must have the Original copy of the transcript of records.
5.  Must have a copy of NSO certified birth certificate.
6.  Must have a certificate of good moral character.
7.  Must have a copy of the honorable dismissal.
8.  Must have a copy of college diploma.
9.  One 2”x 2” copy of latest photo.


MAED Major in English Program Completion Time Table
1st Semester, Year 1
2 Basic Courses + 1 Cognate Course (9 units)
Res 101 Research Methodology 3 units
Adv Philo 101 Advanced Philosophy of Education 3 units
Educ 203 Current Issues in Education 3 units
TOTAL
9 units

2nd Semester, Year 1
1 Basic Course (Statistics) + 2 Cognate Courses (10 units)
Stat 101 Research Statistics w/ Computer App 4 units
Educ 201 Curriculum Dev’t, Admin., & Evaluation 3 units
Educ 202 Transformational Leadership 3 units
TOTAL
10 units

1st Semester, Year 2
3 Major Courses (9 units)
SOC STUD 301 Rise of the Philippine Nationalism 3 units
SOC STUD 302 Political & Economic Dev’t of the Phils 3 units
SOC STUD 303 Malikhaing Pagsusulat sa Filipino 3 units
TOTAL
9 units

2nd Semester, Year 2
Research Workshop + 2 Major Courses (9 units)*
*can be taken during the preceding summer term
SOC STUD 304 Community Empowerment 3 units
SOC STUD 305 Dev’t of Instructional Materials in Soc. Studies 3 units
STW Seminar in Thesis Writing 3 units
TOTAL
9 units

Upon the Completion of All Academic Requirements (37 units):
COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION
Thesis Writing
6 units
NB.: A Student CANNOT take the Comprehensive Examination without passing ALL 37 academic units. Thesis Writing can be enrolled only after passing the Comprehensive Examination.
Bridging Courses**
for NON-EDUCATION GRADUATES

**bridging courses are made available under special arrangement
SUMMARY OF REQUIRED COURSES
Child & Adolescent Development 3 units Basic Courses 10 units
Principles of Teaching 3 units Cognate Courses 9 units
Assessment of Learning 3 units Majors Courses 15 units
The Teaching Profession 3 units Research Workshop 3 units
Thesis Writing 6 units
TOTAL UNITS NEEDED TO GRADUATE
43 units


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