College of Education
Graduate Programs 

MA Education Major in Childhood Education

CURRICULUM A: FOR TEACHERS

CURRICULUM B: FOR ADMINISTRATORS

The childhood education program is designed to meet the needs of professionals in the field of Early Childhood Education who wish to further enhance their knowledge and skills. The program offers two curricula: Curriculum A for teachers and Curriculum B for administrators.

Curriculum A consists of a guided sequence of courses and field experiences conceived to immerse students progressively in this area of work and knowledge. It is designed to enrich teachers already in the field who desire professional advancement and personal development. It also serves as a preparation for teaching higher-level subjects. Curriculum B consists of courses designed to prepare individuals to exercise leadership in the strategic planning and administration of an educational institution for basic education. 


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M.Ed. Major in Childhood Education (Non-Thesis)


The Master in Education major in Childhood Education, non‑thesis track, offers focused study to strengthen and broaden the professional preparation of teachers who work with young children. It aims to provide students with extensive field opportunities which demonstrate how knowledge can be used in practical applications. The program targets professionals who seek a graduate degree to enhance their competence in teaching or who seek career advancement in their professional practice.


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MA in Education Major in Instructional Management


This program is intended for master teachers, administrators and other educational personnel who may be groomed for middle and high level positions as educational or instructional managers.


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MA in Education Major in Measurement & Evaluation


This master’s degree program combines the study of research design, statistical methods, testing and assessment, and evaluation. The program is designed to prepare students for research and academic careers in education, social sciences, and human services.


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Center for Educational Measurement - Miriam College Scholarship

All successful applicants will receive full scholarship which provides tuition, basic, and miscellaneous fees for the entire duration of the program. The scholarship will not cover other costs such as instructional materials and living and travel expenses. 

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MA in Education Major in Special Education

Thesis Track

The Master of Arts in Education major in Special Education (MAE-SPED) Program is designed to develop special education professionals with an in-depth knowledge and understanding of special education theory and practice. The program seeks to equip special education professionals with the necessary competencies, attitudes, and values to effectively educate students with a diverse range of special needs in various educational placements, across the lifespan. It aims to prepare special education professionals to become agents of positive change as they translate current frameworks of educating learners with special needs to pedagogy, using validated practices supported by research in the field. 

Non-Thesis Track

The Master in Education major in Childhood Education, non‑thesis track, offers focused study to strengthen and broaden the professional preparation of teachers who work with young children. It aims to provide students with extensive field opportunities which demonstrate how knowledge can be used in practical applications. The program targets professionals who seek a graduate degree to enhance their competence in teaching or who seek career advancement in their professional practice.

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MA in Education Major in Values Education and..

MA in Education Major in Values Education and Development

The program is designed to help professionals in the exploration of human values which contribute to the development of a fully integrated person. Utilizing a philosophical, psychological and social framework, the program aims to develop skills in values clarification and development in the teaching-learning situation, whether in formal or community-based settings


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MA in Education Major in Religious Education


The program aims to: A. train teachers and coordinators of Religious Education (Christian Living Education) programs to integrate biblical, theological, and liturgical studies with practical religious education; B. to respond to the needs to culturally diverse communities in the delivery of religious education programs; C. to incorporate the principles of sound pedagogy and the human science into religious education ministries. 


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Master in Guidance Counseling


Non-Thesis Track

The Master in Guidance and Counseling Program has as its primary purpose the preparation of counselors who will be eligible for professional licensure. The curriculum is designed to provide
students with the necessary theory and skills for working with individuals, couples, and families in a variety of counseling settings.


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PhD in Counseling

This program seeks to attract students who hold a master's degree in counseling or a related field but have completed the 18 counseling units required for licensure by the Guidance Bill. The course is designed to prepare highly knowledgeable, competent, and ethical researchers, educators, and practitioners for leadership and expert service that enhances human well-being and advances the counseling profession.


The program allows students to pursue one of three areas of concentration: school counseling, family counseling, and personnel counseling.

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Contact Information

College of Education
Miriam College
Katipunan Avenue, Loyola Heights
Quezon City 1108 Philippines


Dean's Office
(+632) 580-5400 to 29 extn. 3410
(+632) 332-3302


Admissions Office:
(+632) 580-5400 to 29 extn. 8240


Email: ced@mc.edu.ph