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The Graduate School of Education has a mandate to make dynamic contributions to the academic landscape by producing highly skilled educators, leadership personnel, policy makers and problem solvers.

Collaborating with the Institute of Technological and Educational Research (ITER), The Graduate School of Education seeks to promote and coordinate a quality enterprise that offers graduate, advanced graduate and professional programmes of study, conduct research and provide service to the public in accordance with its mission.

Currently, the School offers six graduate programmes and one post graduate diploma programme as follows:

  • The Master of Arts in English (MAE)
  • The Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)
  • The Executive Masters in Educational Management (EMEM)
  • The Master of Science in School Counselling and Social Work
  • The Master of Science in Mathematics Education (MSME)
  • The Master of Education in Special Education
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Teaching

Mission

“To facilitate the Mico University College in supporting national and regional development by being a conduit through which graduate programmes are offered via different modalities to students locally, regionally and internationally, who will be equipped with the requisite knowledge, skills, attitudes and values in teacher education, leadership and other related fields.”

Vision

“To become the Graduate School of choice in the region for policy makers, employees and students pursuing higher degrees in teacher education and related fields by:

  1. producing entrepreneurs, critical thinkers, problem-solvers and transformational leaders who embrace meaningfulness in the workplace, as well as lifelong learning; and
  2. contributing effectively to an improved quality of life at the personal, national and global levels.”

Philosophy

The philosophy of the Graduate School of Education is articulated by three philosophical pillars:

  1. The development of a personal and professional identity imbued with values of leadership ready to embrace change;
  2. The honing of contextual and vocational skills through specialization;
  3. The development of knowledge through the integration of experience and a sound pedagogical core, which is current, relevant and sustainable.

Our Graduate Programmes


Master of Science in School Counselling & Social Work

Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)

Master of Education in Special Education

Master of Science in Mathematics Education

Executive Masters in Educational Management (EMEM)
Master of Arts in English



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