The nationally recognized MEd/PGD is a one-year program that provides government officials, private individuals and working professionals a rich and diverse learning environment to explore educational theory and practice within a Bangladeshi context. Its tailored pedagogy also helps develop students’ competencies in areas such as leadership and management, academic and educational research, curriculum and development, advanced skills in communication, critical thinking and analysis to lead to whole school improvement.
- Mid-career professionals working in government educational system and institutions, as well as in NGO and private educational institutions.
- Applicants must have a total of 15 years of study and at least a bachelor’s degree from a recognized/accredited institution in any discipline (with no third class/division or CGPA below 2.5. English is the medium of instruction and applicant must be fluent in written and spoken English.
EDU 501 (2 credits): Educational Theories and Practices: A Critique
EDU 502 (2 credits): Leading Improvement in Education: Ongoing work in Bangladesh
EDU 503 (3 credits): Creating Learning Organizations: Leadership, Planning and Management
EDU 504 (4 credits): Research Methods 1: Reading Research and Writing Reports
EDU 505 (2 credits): Principles of Curriculum and the Development of Learning Materials
EDU 506 (3 credits): Leaders as Learners: Leading People in Educational Institutions
EDU 507 (2 credits): Leaders as Learners: How Children and Adults Learn
EDU 508 (3 credits): Educational Measurement and Evaluation
EDU 509 (3 credits): The Whole School Improvement Approach: How can we make it work?
EDU 601 (3 credits): Improving Outcomes in Bangladeshi Schools: A Case Study
EDU 602 (3 credits): Research Methods 2: Planning and Preparing Research
EDU 603 (9 credits): Master’s Thesis