PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONENTRY REQUIREMENTSCAREER PROSPECTSPROGRAMME STRUCTURE
Master of Education (Early Childhood Education) provides the opportunity for students to delve further into what it takes to successfully guide and teach children. Students analyse and do qualitative research as part of the course, learning to determine the critical factors that affect the emotional, social and intellectual development of children in the early years.
You must meet the following requirements in order to be considered for entry to the UNITAR Master’s Programme:
- Bachelor’s Degree Education in Early Childhood (Hons) with a minimum CGPA of 2.50; OR
- Bachelor’s Degree (Hons) in related program with a minimum CGPA of 2.50 as accepted by the University’s Senate AND must have three (3) years working experience in Early Childhood education; OR
- Bachelor’s Degree (Hons) with a minimum CGPA of 2.50 as accepted by University’s Senate AND Diploma in Early Childhood Education/ must have four (4) years working experience in Early Childhood education; OR
- Bachelor’s Degree in Education with CGPA below 2.50 could be accepted subject to five (5) years working experience in Early Childhood Education and rigid internal assessment; OR
- Any other equivalent qualifications recognized by the Malaysian Government.
- Applicants into the Master’s program (level 7, MQF) through APEL, must be a Malaysian citizen aged more than 30 years of age in the year of application with relevant work experience/ prior experiential learning and passed APEL assessment.
- Foundations of Education
- Psychology of Learning and Instruction
- Curriculum and Instruction
- Quantitative Research Methods in Education
- Technology in Education
- Assessment in Education
- Qualitative Research Methods in Education
- Policies and Programs in Early Childhood Education
- Theories and Practices in Early Childhood Education
- Analysis and Design of Curriculum for Young Children
- Young Children in Multicultural Settings
- Modification of Learning Materials for Young Children
- Young Children Assessment
- Project Paper