As societies experience change, schools and other social organizations are influenced by such change. The management and leadership of schools, therefore, become more complex which demand that school leaders be prepared adequately to face such challenges. The programme in Educational Administration is designed to enable participants to understand the nature of organizations and of leadership, the administrative processes necessary for the effective management of the physical plant, financial resources, staff and students, the factors influencing educational planning and the management of curriculum and instruction. Administrative theories are explored and discussed as the basis for practice and research relevant to the Jamaican and Caribbean context is reviewed.
•Bachelor’s degree (At least lower second class honours - or equivalent)
have a Diploma or Certificate from an approved university which is deemed to be equivalent to a first degree as in 1
•Diploma in Education
Two Years: Requires thirty-six (36) credits which are then broken down to three (3) credits per taught course and nine (9) credits for the research project.
Careers after Graduation
Students who have successfully completed the M.Ed. Summer and Online Educational Administration programme are qualified to:
- Teach at all levels of the education system
- Pursue MPhil/PHD studies in Education
- Work as Education Officers with the Ministry of Education
- Work as Training Specialists in Corporate Jamaica
- Work as School Administrators
Department Contact Information
The School of Education
Faculty of Humanities and Education
UWI, Mona, Kingston 7