Master of Education (Measurement and Evaluation)

[POL] MASTER OF EDUCATION (MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION) – Mixed Mode


Benefits

This programme will produce professional educators in the field of measurement and evaluation, who are able to research into, create and administer various tests for evaluation in the field of education.

Course Structure

Mixed-Mode

The program covers Forty Five (45) credit hours which includes twelve (12) credit hours for core courses, Three (3) credit hours for elective courses and Thirty (30) credit hours for the dissertation

Faculty Core Courses

POX 7001

Research Methodology in Education

3 credit

PQX 7001

Statistic for Research in Education

3 credit

POM 7001

Measurement Theory

3 credit

POM 7002

Measurement and Evaluation in Education

3 credit

 

 

 

 

Elective Courses (Select One)

POM 7003

Fundamentals of Factor Analysis

3 credit

POM 7004

Instrument Design And Item Development

3 credit

POM 7005

Evaluation Models

3 credit

POM 7006

Programme Evaluation

3 credit

PON 7006

Psychological Testing

3 credit

 

 

 

 

Dissertation

POX 7002

Dissertation

30 credits

Language Requirement
Entry requirements for International Candidates following courses and/or writing their Thesis/Dissertation in English:

i. A score of 5.5 for IELTS (Academic); 
or
ii. A score of 550 paper-based total (PBT) or a score of 80 for internet-based total (IBT) or 213 for computer-based total (CBT) for TOEFL.
 
Entry Requirement
1. A Bachelor of Education with a CGPA of at least 3.00 
         or 
2. A Bachelor of Science with Education degree with a CGPA of at least 3.00
          or
3. A Bachelor’s degree with a CGPA of at leasr 3.00 
        and
(i) Postgraduate Diploma in Education with a CGPA of 3.00
        or
(ii) A teaching qualification recognised by the University
        or
(iii) A Diploma in Education from an institution recognised by the Senate
         or
(iv) Teaching experience of not less than 1 year in the field of measurement and evaluation
         or
(v) A professional qualification from a recognised professional body
        or
(vi) A qualification approved by the Senate from time to time
Intake Schedule

Semester I of the academic year commences in September while
Semester II commences in February

Fees

The average fees for Local (Malaysian) and International students for the whole programme as follows:

Average Fees

Malaysian (RM)

International (USD)

9,998.00

6,335.00


Kindly refer at Fees Structure
Last Update: October 04, 2017

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