The Master of Arts in Education program (MAED) is a two-year graduate program that reinforces the studentsÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ understanding of educational theories, concepts, curriculum, and instructional techniques in order to further advance in their professional careers. It enhances the teachersÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ theoretical and technical knowledge in teaching a specific subject area or professional area and prepares students for various administrative and supervisory positions in elementary, secondary, post-secondary and vocational programs. The program also gives emphasis on research and is geared towards equipping students with a variety of tools, techniques, and methodologies for conducting, critiquing, and evaluating research in education.
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Graduate Admission Requirements: 1. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. 2. Official transcript of records from the previous school attended. 3. A 2.09 (85%) grade point average (GPA) in the graduate course. 4. The student shall submit himself to an interview by the Dean of the GS. 5. He shall secure two letters of recommendations : A. From a former faculty B. From an immediate superior (in case the applicant is employed). 6. Letter of intent applying for enrollment in the Graduate program. 7. The student shall take the graduate entrance examinations. The examinations will include the following: A. Two tests for Mental Ability B. Two tests for Personality Inventory Special Admission Requirements for Foreigners 8.Certificate of registration for aliens issued by the Commission on Immigration and Deportation 9. Written permission from the Commission of Higher Education to study in a Philippine school, including an evaluation of the academic program previously taken. Cross-enrollees must submit a written permit to cross-enroll from the home school.
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St. Joseph’s College of Quezon City (SJCQC) is a Franciscan school founded in 1932 as the Saint Joseph’s Academy. It first admitted primary school students, and then secondary school students the following year in its campus along España extension road in Manila. The school had to close down during the Japanese occupation and the Second World War. The school was renamed to St. Joseph’s College in 1948 and opened in Quezon City.
Consequently, the school opened its college department which offered programs in Education, Liberal Arts, Music, and Secretarial Science. Its graduate school program then opened in 1979 offering courses in Education and Staff Development.
The school is home to 5 different departments: Basic Education, Special Education, College of Arts and Sciences, Institute of Nursing, and the Graduate School. Program offerings for bachelor degree include Business Administration, Finance, Hotel and Restaurant Management, Education, Information Technology Social Work, Nursing, and Liberal Arts. Its graduate program specializes in Masters programs in Education, Early Childhood Development and Special Education, Applied Gerontology, and a Ph.D. in Education.