Master of Education (Educational Management)

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  • Objectives
    Students who have completed the Master of Education (Educational Management) should be able to: * demonstrate an advanced knowledge and understanding of current management issues and challenges in relation to education; * demonstrate an in-depth knowledge and understanding of various conceptual frameworks and theoretical perspectives presented in the course; * demonstrate an understanding and application of the latest research findings in the aspects of Educational Management studied; * demonstrate the capacity to understand and analyze advanced case studies of significant problems and issues experienced at senior levels in educational settings; * demonstrate a global perspective in tackling management issues in education; * demonstrate an appreciation of professional responsibilities and ethical principles associated with leading educational organizations.
  • Entry requirements
    Those who aspire to senior positions or seek further advancement in education and training in the public and private sectors. It is intended to be inclusive of those who work in fields variously described as early childhood, school, vocational, adult, further,higher, tertiary, university and in workplace training in other fields.
  • Academic title
    Master of Education (Educational Management) - Thesis-Based
  • Course description
    Students are required to undertake 100 points of study, consisting of a core subject of 25 points and a thesis of 20,000 words with a methodology component (75 points). This is a research-classified course. Students must publicly present a research paper in the last six months of their candidature.

    Course Stream Subjects

    Subject     Semester     Credit Points

    460-618  Foundations of Educational Leadership
    The subject investigates conceptual frameworks that inform educational leadership including: Sergiovanni's five school leadership forces; Bolman and Deal's leadership frames; Robbins' organisational behaviour model, Drysdale, Gurr and ...     Semester 1     25

    460-681  Minor Thesis - Education (RM)
    No description available     RHD First Half Year, RHD Second Half Year     N/A

    460-607  Minor Thesis - Education
    No description available     RHD First Half Year, RHD Second Half Year     N/A

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