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MASTER OF EDUCATION

(English Language Teaching (ELT), Curriculum & Instruction (C&I), Instructional Technology (IT), Educational Psychology (EP) & Islamic Education (IE))

The Master of Education (Med.) is offered in three (3) structures; coursework, coursework and dissertation, and full research in five areas of specialisations.

  • (A) COURSEWORK

    Component English language Teaching (ELT) Educational Psychology (EP) Instructional Technology (IT) Curriculum & Instruction (C&I) Islamic Education (IE)
    Core courses 9 credit hours 9 credit hours 9 credit hours 9 credit hours 9 credit hours
    Research 7 credit hours 7 credit hours 7 credit hours 7 credit hours 7 credit hours
    Specialisations & Elective 18 credit hours 18 credit hours 20 credit hours 20 credit hours 18 credit hours
    Project Paper 6 credit hours 6 credit hours 6 credit hours 6 credit hours 6 credit hours
    Total credit hours 40 credit hours 40 credit hours 42 credit hours 42 credit hours 40 credit hours

    CORE COURSES (9 CREDIT HOURS)

    SGDC5013 Curriculum and Pedagogy
    SGDT5013 ICT in Education
    SGDY5063 Educational and Psychological Measurement and Evaluation

    RESEARCH COMPONENT (7 CREDIT HOURS)

    SZRZ6014 Research Methodology
    SGDP5053 Statistics in Education; OR
    SGDP6033 Qualitative Research in Education (for MEd. in C&I and ELT)

    SPECIALISATIONS

    (A) ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING (18 CREDIT HOURS)

    SGDB5013 Fundamentals of ELT
    SGDB5023 Second Language Acquisition
    SGDB5053 Context and Culture in Language Teaching
    SGDB5063 ELT Curriculum Design and Development
    SGDB5073 Teaching English To Young Learners
    SGDB6013 ELT Professional Concerns Seminar

    (B) EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY (18 CREDIT HOURS)

    SGDP6033 Qualitative Research In Education
    SGDY5013 Human Lifespan Development
    SGDY5023 Human Learning
    SGDY5033 Human Motivation
    SGDY5043 Learning and Individual Differences
    SGDP6023 Survey Research in Education; OR
    SGDY5053 Adolescent Development; OR
    SGDY5073 Socio-Cultural Theory and Learning

    (C) INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY (20 CREDIT HOURS)

    SGDT5014 Multimedia for Education and Training
    SGDT5023 Fundamentals of Instructional Technology
    SGDT5024 Web Development for Instruction
    SGDT5033 Instructional Design
    SGDT5083 Graphic Design and Development in Education
    SGDT6023 Instructional Technology Planning, Management and Research

    (D) CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION (20 CREDIT HOURS)

    SGDC5023 Evaluation of Teaching
    SGDC5034 Models of Instruction
    SGDC5043 Curriculum Design and Development: Theory and Practice
    SGDC5053 School–Based Curriculum Development
    SGDC5063 Curriculum Leadership and Management
    SGDC6044 Curriculum Studies

    (E) ISLAMIC EDUCATION (18 CREDIT HOURS)

    SGDI5013 Aqidah and Educational Issues
    SGDI5023 Management of Islamic Education
    SGDI5113 Contemporary Issues in Al-Quran and Sunnah in Education
    SGDI5123 Instructional Leadership in Islamic Education
    SGDI5133 Fiqh Contemporary
    SGDI5033 Epistemology in Islamic Education
    SGDI6013 The Sociology of Islamic Law

    PAPER PROJECT

    SGDZ6996 Master’s Project

  • (B) COURSEWORK & DISSERTATION

    Component English language Teaching (ELT) Educational Psychology (EP) Instructional Technology (IT) Curriculum & Instruction (C&I) Islamic Education (IE)
    Core/Research 7 credit hours 7 credit hours 7 credit hours 7 credit hours 7 credit hours
    Specialisations & Elective 12 credit hours 12 credit hours 14 credit hours 14 credit hours 12 credit hours
    Project Paper 21 credit hours 21 credit hours 21 credit hours 21 credit hours 21 credit hours
    Total credit hours 40 credit hours 40 credit hours 42 credit hours 42 credit hours 40 credit hours

    CORE/RESEARCH COMPONENT (7 CREDIT HOURS)

    SZRZ6014 Research Methodology
    SGDP5053 Statistics in Education; OR
    SGDP6033 Qualitative Research in Education (for MEd. in C&I and ELT)

    SPECIALISATIONS

    (A) ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING (12 CREDIT HOURS)

    SGDB5013 Fundamentals of ELT
    SGDB5023 Second Language Acquisition
    SGDB5053 Context and Culture in Language Teaching
    SGDB5063 ELT Curriculum Design and Development

    (B) EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY (12 CREDIT HOURS)

    SGDP6033 Qualitative Research In Education
    SGDY5023 Human Learning
    SGDY5033 Human Motivation
    SGDY5043 Learning and Individual Differences; OR
    SGDP6023 Survey Research in Education; OR
    SGDY5053 Adolescent Development; OR
    SGDY5073 Socio-Cultural Theory and Learning; OR
    SGDY5013 Human Lifespan Development

    (C) INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY (14 CREDIT HOURS)

    SGDT5014 Multimedia for Education and Training
    SGDT5033 Instructional Design
    SGDT5083 Graphic Design and Development in Education
    SGDT Instructional Technology Assessment and Evaluation
    SGDT6023 Instructional Technology Planning, Management and Research

    (D) CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION (14 CREDIT HOURS)

    SGDC5034 Models of Instruction
    SGDC5043 Curriculum Design and Development: Theory and Practice
    SGDC6044 Curriculum Studies SGDC5023 Evaluation of Teaching; OR
    SGDC5053 School–Based Curriculum Development; OR
    SGDC5063 Curriculum Leadership and Management

    (E) ISLAMIC EDUCATION (18 CREDIT HOURS)

    SGDI5013 Aqidah and Educational Issues
    SGDI5023 Management of Islamic Education
    SGDI5113 Contemporary Issues in Al-Quran and Sunnah in Education
    SGDI5123 Instructional Leadership in Islamic Education; OR
    SGDI5133 Fiqh Contemporary; OR
    SGDI5033 Epistemology in Islamic Education; OR
    SGDI6013 The Sociology of Islamic Law

    DISSERTATION (21 CREDIT HOURS)

    SGDZ69921 Master’s Dissertation

  • (C) RESEARCH

    Students are required to:

    1. present and defend proposed research to a committee;
    2. present progress reports of research work at colloquiums arranged by the Graduate School;
    3. attend a viva voce session to defend the thesis; and
    4. submit a final thesis.

    Students without sufficient research skills and knowledge are required to attend and pass the following courses with at least a B grade before being allowed to defend their proposal (i.e. within the first two semesters of their enrolment):

    1. SZRZ6014 Research Methodology;
    2. SCLE6014 Academic Writing; and/or
    3. any other courses as determined by the supervisor or Academic Committee.