Requirements for Completion
Students of the Master’s Program in Education must earn the specified credits after studying more than two years and submit a master’s thesis or report on practical research. You must pass the assessment and final examination after the necessary research guidance.
Students who enrolled through the special screening for working individuals can attend exceptional courses so that they can complete regular graduate courses while continuing work. That is, students who wish to study exceptional courses must take 24 credits or more for Secondary Education or 27 credits or more for School Leadership and Professional Development in accordance with the daytime courses offered in the first year. For the second year, students must take 6 credits or more for Secondary Education or 3 credits or more for School Leadership and Professional Development through courses offered in the evening.
Those who have achieved outstanding results and also have acquired the credits set forth separately and passed the master’s thesis and final examination shall be eligible to shorten the period of enrollment to at least one year.
The requirements for the completion of the one-year program for incumbent teachers are different from those of the special screening for working individuals. Please see the information below.