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Degree Programs

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Degree Programs

The Department of Education in NTNU follows a one-department-two-graduate-institute model and offers three degree programs: Bachelor, M. Ed. and Ph.D. Stemmed from the Education Department, the Graduate Institute of Curriculum and Instruction provides courses for M. Ed. and Ph.D. degrees. The Graduate Institute of Educational Policy and Administration, on the other hand, provides both a regular Master, and an In-service Master program, which allows in-service participants to enter into a graduate-level academic program.

 

The Education Department

1.      Bachelor of Education (B. Ed.)

The Department aims to train secondary school teachers, junior educational administrators and school administrators, cultural and educational industry talents, and academic researchers in education. Our undergraduate program offers courses that cover fundemental theories in education, such as History of Education, Educational Psychology, Sociology of Education, Philosophy of Education, Public Administration, Curriculum and Instruction, and implementation courses of various fields. A total of 128 credits earned towards school-required, Ed-required, Ed-elective and free-elective courses are required to complete the Bachelor degree of Education.

Course Information: http://iweb.ntnu.edu.tw/aa/English.htm

Admission Information: http://www.ed.ntnu.edu.tw/en/admiss/super_pages.php?ID=admiss1

 

2.      Master of Education (M. Ed.)

The Master program of Education consists of two concentrations: one in Educational Philosophy and Historiography, and the other in Sociology of Education. Besides secondary school teachers, this program emphasizes on training middle-level educational and school administrators experts, educational research institution researchers, academic researchers, Cultural and Educational Industry professions.

Courses in the M.A. program includes the subjects of fundemental theories in education, research instruments and methods, specialized-elective courses, free-elective courses. The minimum 32 credits earned by taking the included courses, an individual publication in a reviewed conference or journal, and completion of M.A. thesis are required for the M.A. degree.

 

Course Information: http://iweb.ntnu.edu.tw/aa/English.htm

Admission Information: http://www.ed.ntnu.edu.tw/en/admiss/super_pages.php?ID=admiss2

 

3.      Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D.)

For the Ph.D. degree, there is the Ph.D. program of Ed that includes the concentration in Educational Philosophy and Historiography, Sociology of Education, and Educational Policy and Administration. The educational aim is to train secondary school teachers, advanced academic researchers, middle or senior educational and school administrators, and higher education teaching specialists. Required courses include the subjects of fundemental theories in education, research instruments and methods, and concentration-specialized courses. Also, an individual publication in a peer-reviewed journal or research book, an academic conference paper, passing the Ph.D. qualification exam and completing a dissertation are required for achieving the Ph.D. degree.

 

Course Information: http://iweb.ntnu.edu.tw/aa/English.htm

Admission Information: http://www.ed.ntnu.edu.tw/en/admiss/super_pages.php?ID=admiss3

 

In-service training: Master of Education (M. Ed.)

The department provides in-service Master programs of School Administration for Teachers, Curriculum and Instruction leadership, Education management Curriculum and Instruction leadership, and Educational leadership and policy. Degree for In-service Master programs requires the completion of required credits, and a master’s thesis or technical report.

 

1.      In-service M. Ed. program of Curriculum and Instruction Leadership

This program aims to improve the ability of curriculum innovation and instructional design, to cultivate teachers or educators with curriculum leadership and professional knowledge and skills of instructions. It also aims to facilitate action research in the field of curriculum and instruction leadership, to enhance the application and practice of theories, and to coordinate with the evaluation of school curriculum or teaching inspectors by a different hierarchy of educational units.

 

2.      In-service M. Ed. program of Education Management Curriculum and Instruction Leadership

The goal of this program is to train professions in education management and curriculum and instruction. The courses are designed to implement the twelve-year national education policy into school teaching practice. Therefore, courses that are planned for practical orientations are included in training graduate students the ability of problem-solving during teaching practice, and instant feedbacks are provided to cultivate vision and competence, as to lead a dialogue between policy and practice of curriculum and instruction.

 

3.      In-service M. Ed. program of Educational Leadership and Policy

The project aims to train experts in educational leadership and policy. Courses are designed based on foreseeing the trends in policy and leadership for true influence. Therefore, courses that are planned for practical orientations are included in training graduate students the ability of problem-solving during teaching practice, and including experts from different fields to provide a variety of learning opportunities. Courses also include instant feedbacks to cultivate foresight vision and competence, to use learning by doing instructional models and develop student’s practical leadership abilities.

 

The Graduate Institute of Curriculum and Instruction

1.      Master of Education (M. Ed.)

The M. Ed. program of Curriculum and Instruction aims to train secondary school teachers, academic researchers in curriculum and instruction, experts for curriculum and instruction institutes or the cultural and educational industry. Courses in the M. Ed. program includes the subjects of basic theories in education, research instruments and methods, specialized-elective courses, free-elective courses. The requirement of an M. Ed. degree of Ed. includes least 32 credits earned by taking required courses, an individual publication in a reviewed conference or journal, and completion of the thesis.

 

2.      Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D.)

The educational goal of the Ph.D. program is to train secondary school teachers, advanced academic researchers, middle or senior educational and school administrators, and higher education teaching specialists. Required courses includes the subjects of fundemental theories in education, research instruments and methods, and concentration-specialized courses. Also, an individual publication in a peer-reviewed journal or research book, an academic conference paper publication, passing the Ph.D. qualification exam and completing a dissertation are required for achieving the Ph.D. degree.

 

The Graduate Institute of Education Policy and Administration

Master of Education (M. Ed.)

The program emphasizes on training secondary school teachers, middle-level educational policy and administrative experts, academic researchers, educational policy, and administration institution professions. Courses in the M. Ed. program includes the subjects of fundemental theories in education, research instruments and methods, specialized-elective courses, free-elective courses. The requirement of an M. Ed. degree of Ed. includes minimum 32 credits earned by taking required courses, an individual publication in a reviewed conference or journal, and completion of the thesis.

 

 

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