Master of Education (Educational Leadership and Administration)

Course summary for current students

Year

2016 course information

Award granted Master of Education (Educational Leadership and Administration)
Duration1 year full-time or part-time equivalent
Deakin course codeE746

Offered to continuing students only

Course sub-headings

Course overview

As a graduate of this course you will possess an understanding of contemporary education issues and discourses; have high-level critical and evaluative skills; translate into practice your experiences and understandings of the program; and select appropriate research methods and techniques for educational research projects. 

Alternative exits

Graduate Certificate of Education (E500)

Course rules

Students must complete 8 credit points in one of the following configurations:

  • 5 credit points of Educational Leadership and Administration electives plus 3 credit points of electives chosen from any units at Masters level offered by the School of Education.
  • 3 credit points of Educational Leadership and Administration electives plus 1 credit points elective chosen from any units at Masters level offered by the School of Education, plus 4 credit points of research preparation and research paper.

EXR781Education Research Methodology

EXR791Designing and Developing a Research Project

EDX703Research Paper A

EDX704Research Paper B

  • 2 credit points of Educational Leadership and Administration electives, plus 6 credit points of research preparation and minor thesis.

EXR781Education Research Methodology

EXR791Designing and Developing a Research Project

EDX705Minor Thesis A

EDX706Minor Thesis B

 

Educational Leadership and Administration Electives

ECM704Introduction to Educational Leadership and Administration

ECM705School Cultures and Contexts

EXE732Social Justice and Difference

EXE735Evaluation: Improvement and Accountability

EXE737Leading and Managing Learning Organisations

EXE738Policy Studies in Global and Local Contexts