Values Education

The UA&P-School of Education and Human Development has established values education as its niche—mainly through the delivery of the Master of Arts in Education, major in Values Education. SED wishes to optimize this leverage and contribute to improving the values system of Philippine Education.

The program aims at equipping school heads and master teachers with the knowledge and skills that would enable them to guide their respective schools on how to integrate values in their field, at the same time promote a culture that is congruent to these values.  By managing their schools by values, the school heads and master teachers will make their students see that values are not mere theories or ideals, but are realities lived by the school. Only through this seamless integration of values that students will truly learn and appreciate the importance of values as they experience them in the school, the home, and the community.

This major is for school personnel who are involved in teaching and guidance and counseling, and who would like to integrate values in their teaching practice.

Program Delivery

The program leads to a degree of Master of Arts in Education, major in Values Education (MAE-VE) for thesis track, and Master in Education, major in Values Education for non-thesis track. Participants can complete the program in 2 years without having to give up or be released in their jobs. They must earn 39 units (33 units of coursework and 6 units of action research or thesis writing) to be eligible for graduation.

Curriculum and Schedule

Values Education

Faculty

These are the esteemed faculty to form the group of mentors who would handle the Master of Arts in Education, major in Values Education program.

Dr. Celerino C. Tiongco

Dr. Roberto de Vera

Dr. Judy S. Tanael

Dr. Aurora Fulgencio

Dr. Ernesto D.  Grio

Dr. Marya Svetlana Camacho

Dr. Ma. Concepcion R. Lagos

Dr. Gladys B. Golo

Each faculty member has a profile in our Faculty and Research page, consisting of their educational attainment, list of seminars and published works, and contact information. Researchers may click on the link, to transfer to the page.

Admission

Applicants shall pay the admission processing fee (PhP 500) at the UA&P Accounting Office and shall submit the following documents:

  • Accomplished Application Form
  • Two Recommendation Forms
  • Official Transcript of Records
  • Resume
  • Two 1.5 x 1.5′ and two 1 x1′ ID pictures
  • Letter of application addressed to the Program Director
  • Essay on the purpose of study
  • Certificate of Employment (COE) (for those employed by a school)

All applicants are required to take the Graduate Level Test administered by the Center for Educational Measurement (CEM) in Makati City and undergo an interview in person.

Scholarships will be awarded to qualified applicants.

For more information, you may download the MA in Education brochure here.

Contact Us

School of Education and Human Development
7th Floor, APEC Communications Building
University of Asia and the Pacific
Ortigas Center, Pasig City

Trunk line: 8637-0912 loc. 271
Telefax: 8634-2828
Email: sed@uap.asia

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