Title of the Programme
The programme shall be master of educational management MEng. (EM)
This degree prepares you for upward mobility within a school by becoming a teacher leader, assistant principal or building principal. As a program graduate with a passing score on the state’s building-level assessments, you will be eligible for initial building-level administration certification. Successful completion of the program along with a qualifying score on the IST assessments will enable you to apply for a principal’s certificate within the IST Burkinafaso. The curriculum for the M.Ed. degree emphasizes current research, educational trends, knowledge assessment, legal frameworks, and cultural issues. As a student in this program, you will graduate with the broader understanding of how schools operate at the building level. Through an extensive field experience, you will benefit from the opportunity to experience many aspects of school building leadership. This Masters programme provides an extensive training in education and management subjects. After the completion, you will have an advanced understanding of modern management, leadership and pedagogical issues as well as the changes of the educational sector.
You will be working with several fields within educational management. As there are early childhood, secondary education, adult education, continuing or higher education and other related sectors. The programme offers economic and leadership modules as well as cultural and pedagogical subjects, which will be taught theoretical and practical.
The online Master of Education (MEd) in Educational Management is relevant to anyone involved in the formal or informal education sector.
The range of modules will add value to previous learning and provide conceptual and theoretical frameworks to make sense of and review practices. While the programme is globally informed, you will be expected to interrogate imported information in the light of your local contextual knowledge and practice, and to find your own educational management voice. In short, the programme is designed to raise questions, stimulate critical thought and support reflective professional practice.