Whether you choose to pursue teaching jobs at universities and schools or venture into the world of academia, you will be at the forefront of development and research in this new normal.
Our Master of Education programme prepares you for these career paths by honing your creative and dynamic skills, and ensuring you are adaptable to rapid changes in our increasingly digitalised world.
Our experienced faculty will guide you on topics surrounding educational philosophy, curriculum development, cognition & development and instructional technology, amongst others.
- Unlock opportunities for entry into the education profession
- Fast-track your career advancement in both the private and public sector of the education industry
- Be introduced to endless opportunities to partake in social good initiatives
- Have the ultimate university experience to guide you towards your aspirations
About Veritas University College
Well known as the World's First Pay It Forward University, Veritas University College is determined to further push the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals by continuously developing world-class programmes at some of the most affordable fees available in the region.
Veritas has received the BrandLaureate Best Brand in Online Education award for 2020 and 2021 in recognition of our exceptional academic and co-curricular experience. Our next gen holistic education ecosystem is designed to prepare you for the challenges of tomorrow.
You will be able to learn online anytime, anywhere thanks to our extensive library of pre-recorded in-class lectures and studio lessons, study manuals, lesson notes and more, enjoy 24/7 access to the best digital resources to aid your studies. In our MBA programme, you will learn from industry-recognised professionals and leading academicians who specialise in the diverse fields of business.
How Do I Get In?
- A Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent, with a minimum CGPA of 2.75 as accepted by the Senate; or
- A Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent, with a minimum CGPA of 2.50, and not meeting CGPA of 2.75, can be accepted subject to an internal assessment; or
- A Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent, not meeting CGPA of 2.50, can be accepted subject to a minimum of five (5) years working experience in a relevant field
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This module explores the fundamental principles and concepts of educational psychology, focusing on three main schools of thought - behaviorism, cognitivism and constructivism. These three approaches provide a more comprehensive view of how teaching and learning can take place effectively. The course also explores the role of motivation in learning and individual learning differences.
This course explores the various definitions of curriculum and discusses how philosophical beliefs, psychological perspectives, societal demands and the legacy of history affect curriculum. Curriculum development, along with discussions on issues and future trends, is also explored.
Learning and Cognition
This course focuses on developing understanding on the key concepts and principles in learning and cognition. You will be guided to focus on the various learning theories and strategies of learning and teaching, giving due consideration to the content to be taught, learner differences and styles of learning.
Quantitative Research Methodology
This module provides you with a foundation on the principles and practices of quantitative research and its application in the design and implementation of a research project. Among the quantitative methods emphasised are experimental research designs and the survey method. Various kinds of experimental research designs are introduced along with the procedure for conducting surveys. This module also introduces the application of basic statistical techniques.
This project aims to further develop your research skills. These skills concern the choice of a socially and scientifically relevant research subject, the systematic collection and analysis of relevant literature on this subject, and the formulation of a research question. This course runs over a duration of 2 semesters.
Models and Strategies of Teaching
This course introduces you to a variety of models and strategies of teaching based on past research. Three families of teaching models are introduced: social learning, information-processing and behaviourist. Several teaching contexts are described so that teachers can design and develop appropriate lesson plans, make informed decisions and develop a sense of best practice in teaching.
This module explores the earlier and current developments of educational technology, followed by examples of how technology has been used at various levels of education and in the training environment. You will also explore reviews of future technologies and the role they could play in today’s Knowledge Society.
Measurement and Evaluation in Education
This course introduces the differences between testing, measurement and assessment. The focus is on the purpose of the assessment - ‘why assess’ followed by discussion on ‘what to assess’. Next, the ‘how’ of assessment is considered, with emphasis on the various techniques teachers can adopt. Various assessment techniques are utilised for this module and the effectiveness of these assessment approaches are then tested.
Qualitative Research Methodology
This module introduces concepts, theories and processes in qualitative research. Aspects which are dealt with include identifying areas and topics of research, research objectives; problem statements, formulating research questions; theories and models; literature review; methods of data collection, analysis and interpretation; conclusion and recommendation; report writing and ethical issues and considerations in qualitative research.
The Philosophical Underpinnings and Pedagogical Transformation
iR4.0 had caused the changing landscape of employment, technologies and demand. As such, STEM education is life-long learning and should be conducted via formal methods. This module focuses on the introduction and implementation of STEM in Malaysia, philosophical and underlying theories of STEM education, the transformation of pedagogy from traditional to advance approaches with developments in Information Communication Technology, robotic technology, BIG data & data analysis.
STEM Education Elements in Primary Curriculum and Secondary Curriculum
This module explores the various definitions of curriculum and discusses how philosophical beliefs, psychological perspectives, societal demands and the legacy of history affect this curriculum. The curriculum development process is considered, with particular emphasis on curriculum planning, design, implementation and evaluation in the context of today’s dynamic society.
Leadership and Managing Change in Education
This module gives you an increased understanding of theories in leadership and organisational changes, and enables you to demonstrate an increased capability to observe, reflect and understand the nature of effective educational leadership. You will also be able to investigate and critically engage with concepts, principles, and research findings related to educational change processes.
Cloud Computing Applications for Educators
This module focuses on why cloud computing should be utilised within our education institutions and its importance in the reiteration of education philosophy. You will be exposed to the services and applications of educational cloud computing.
Teaching and Learning in STEM- The Pedagogical Shift
Our rapidly changing environment, greater competition and advances in ICT have resulted in the need for a professional workforce in STEM-related fields. As such, this module focuses on aspects that could make STEM-based topics more interesting and fun. These aspects include inquiry-based learning, problem-based learning, mobile learning (m-learning), game-based Learning (GBL), amongst others.
Educational Leadership and Entrepreneurship
The main aim of this module is to give you the theoretical foundation of educational leadership and organisation, enabling you to understand and utilise these concepts in managing your organisation or school effectively, with minimal obstacles.
Strategic Educational Administration
This module is important for the development of your competencies, as educational administrators, in utilising strategic management concepts and practices as tools to analyse and strategise for your students’ success at present and in future real-life situations.
Learning Design and Digital Pedagogy
You will learn trends and issues of e-Learning content development and explore a variety of web- based designs, development tools and methods. This module also focuses on the technical and development requirements for e-Learning and the investigation of social media tools within education.
Design Based Research for Future Technological Innovations
Design-based research is used to solve real-world problems by designing and enacting interventions as well as extending theories and refining design principles. You will learn how to develop design-based research, which is interactive, iterative and flexible. This module provides the conceptual foundations for understanding design-based research, as well as the methodological tools for performing it.
Master of Business Administration
Embark on a life-changing programme, and become an innovative leader whilst developing the versatility needed to access a multitude of careers and industries, or even start your own enterprise.
PhD in Education
This locally accredited and globally recognised qualification is suitable for technical experts looking at getting into academia and those who intend to progress into education management. It is designed to be pursued remotely from anywhere in the world with dynamic supervision available online through dedicated digital conference platforms to assist in your research-based coursework.
Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching & Learning
This programme is designed for those with a Bachelor’s Degree in any field, related to any of the areas of specialisations, to obtain a professional teaching qualification. Taught by a faculty of recognized field-experts, you will learn about current trends and issues in education, apart from developing practical skills essential in today’s growing demand of integrated learning.
Writing is a medium of communication that represents language through the inscription of signs and symbols.
In most languages, writing is a complement to speech or spoken language. Writing is not a language but a form of technology. Within a language system, writing relies on many of the same structures as speech, such as vocabulary, grammar and semantics, with the added dependency of a system of signs or symbols, usually in the form of a formal alphabet. The result of writing is generally called text, and the recipient of text is called a reader. Motivations for writing include publication, storytelling, correspondence and diary. Writing has been instrumental in keeping history, dissemination of knowledge through the media and the formation of legal systems.