Master of Education (MEd)
This area of focus aims to provide opportunity for participants who are working or planning to engage into business education and human resources development to pursue advanced studies.
- Equip participants with the latest concepts, theories, research work and practices in a broad context of business education and human resources development.
- Strengthen participants’ competence and confidence in engaging, managing and leading continuous learning, change and development in a wide range of organizational contexts.
- Empowering participants’ leadership roles in responding intelligently to both local and global needs of business education and human resources development.
- Adopt a wide range of cutting-edge learning and teaching strategies to foster active learning.
- Analysing Employability Skills and Workforce Education Needs
- Pedagogical Issues in Business and Management Education
- Critical issues in Human Resource Development
- Knowledge Management
- Principles and Practices of Entrepreneurship Education
- Organisational Behaviour and Development
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|Master of Education|
|A1M043 / C2M001||Core||Local and National Issues in Education||EDS6002|
|Elective||Society and Culture : Issues and Perspectives (Elective Course)||SSC6117|
|Master of Education|
|Area of Focus: Business Education and Human Resources Development|
|A1M043 / C2M001||Master of Education (One-year Full-time / Two-year Part-time)||Analysing Employability Skills and Workforce Education Needs||BUS6001|
|Pedagogical Issues in Business and Management Education||IBS6162|
|Critical Issues in Human Resource Development||IBS6161|
|Organizational Behavior and Development||BUS6004|
|Principles and Practices of Entrepreneurship Education||BUS6005|
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