The School of Education and Human Development (SED) aims to be a catalyst to enable educators, parents, and teachers in the Asia-Pacific region to carry out their teaching work with personal and professional excellence anchored on technical competence and human virtues.
To carry out its vision, the School reaches out to a broad sector of educators—parents, teachers, education officials, community organizers—and others directly engaged in development or professional education. The School carries out institutional, national, and regional research in major areas of development education. It organizers lectures and seminars and develops programs for community leaders from the national down to the barrio level.
SED confers the following degrees:
- Master in Education Major in Child Development and Education (Non-thesis)
- Master in Education Major in Educational Leadership (Non-thesis)
- Master of Arts in Education Major in Child Development and Education (Thesis)
- Master of Arts in Education Major in Educational Leadership (Thesis)
- Bachelor of Science in Child Development and Education
- Bachelor of Science in Human Capital Development
For inquiries, call us at 637-0912 local 271.