Master Of Education Lateral Entry Syllabus

  • Years 1 Years
  • Type Course Post Graduate
  • stream Education
  • Delivery Mode
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Syllabus for Master Of Education Lateral Entry course

The Master of Education (M.Ed.) The lateral Entry program is designed for individuals who already possess a Bachelor's degree in education or a related field and wish to further their expertise in the field of education without starting from scratch. The syllabus for this program typically encompasses a wide range of advanced topics and specialized courses that delve deeper into educational theory, practice, and research. Students can expect to study subjects such as educational leadership, curriculum development, assessment and evaluation, educational psychology, research methods, and educational technology. Additionally, there may be specialized tracks or electives available, allowing students to tailor their studies to their specific interests and career goals. Throughout the program, students will engage in coursework, research projects, and practical experiences that enable them to develop advanced knowledge and skills in the field of education. This program is ideal for educators seeking to enhance their professional qualifications and advance their careers in teaching, educational administration, curriculum development, or educational research.

1st Year OR 1st & 2nd Semester Syllabus of Master of Education (M.Ed.) Lateral Entry

1History and Philosophical perspective of Education
2Psychology of Learning and Development
3Advanced Sociology of Education
4Political Economy of Education
5Education Studies
6Sociology of Education
7Teacher Education: Issues & Challenges                                                      
8Communication & Expository Writing
10Policies in Teacher Education

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