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A new cohort of twenty-seven (27) students have enrolled in the Master of Arts in Education Program offered at Palau Community College (PCC) through San Diego State University (SDSU). The program will concentrate on post-secondary education leadership and offer specialized courses in public administration & human resource development.
Monday, February 02, 2015 marked the first day of instruction for the new cohort. The students attended the ARP-610: Education Leadership under the instruction of Dr. Theresa Lally which was held at the PCC Continuing Education (CE) Training Room. Covering a two-year period, the master’s degree program will conclude on June 30, 2017.
The Master of Arts in Education Program offered through SDSU is designed to prepare individuals to serve in leadership roles in government, human resources, community colleges, universities, technical schools, the military, and adult high schools in both national & international settings.
Some of the leadership roles include positions such as administrators, trainers, human resource directors, public administration department directors, college & technical school teachers, community college deans, and college directors. Students who pursue the master’s degree are prepared for effective management and leadership positions in changing multi-cultural societies and in varying organizational environments.
Classes for the master’s degree program include ARP-160: Education Leadership, PA-600: Scope of Public Administration, ARP-740: Fiscal and Legal Issues in Administration, ARP-755: Governance and Policy Development in Post-Secondary Learning Environments, ARP-747: Educational Leadrship in a Diverse Society, PA-660: Administration and Public Policy Development, ARP-690: Procedures of Investigation, ARP-791a: Evaluation Techniques, and ARP-791b: A Practicum for Evaluation& Portfolio Presentation.
The Master of Arts in Education Program is a collaborative effort between PCC and the SDSU Interwork Institute. By providing a master’s degree program through a blended distance education model, students in Palau are provided the opportunity to obtain higher education within the settings of home. The SDSU Interwork Institute is a part of the San Diego State University’s Department of Administration, Rehabilitation, and Post-Secondary Education.
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