Master Of Arts – Humanities Education
This is a programme which can support teachers who may need to respond with cross-disciplinary perspectives in the disciplines of history, geography as well as in social studies. The goal is to help the programme students develop a critical understanding of social studies, history and geography with a strong grounding in the philosophies that have guided both scholarship and the development of each of the relevant disciplines and how these can be applied to studies of the social issues of our time.
While the programme is designed for those who have relevant background knowledge in one or more of the following disciplines and school courses such as geography, history and social studies, it is tailored for candidates wishing to broaden their multi-disciplinary perspectives on the development of our societies in space and time.
- Bachelor of Arts (Honours), or equivalent, in a relevant discipline, or
- Bachelor of Arts, or equivalent, in a relevant discipline, and at least two years of professional working experience
For international applicants, more information on the entry requirements can be found here.
More details on the programme structure and courses can be found at the Humanities and Social Studies Education Academic Group's website.
Important note for matriculated students:
Please refer to the ISAAC system for the programme structure relevant to your intake during Course Registration or consult yourprogramme leader if you need clarifications.
The programme will be open for the January 2017 intake with application period from 23 May 2016 - 8 July 2016. Click here for more information on the application for admission to Higher Degree Programmes for the January 2017 intake.
Our tuition fees are subject to revision on a yearly basis. More details can be found here.
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Programme Leader: Assistant Professor Wu Bing Sheng
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