Postgraduate Programmes

Being part of research-intensive university the Department of Humanities Education strives towards an exceptional local (inter-departmental), national (other Universities) and especially international teaching and research status. The Department is known for actively seeking new partnerships in their drive towards communal collaboration with other academics around the globe. More information on the research interests of each staff member can be found here (link to research foci page). The Department of Humanities Education is dedicated to the upkeep of new knowledge in the teacher education field and offers a wide range of postgraduate courses. These are listed below:

  • Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education (PGCHE)

Course Coordinator – Dr PH du Toit ([email protected])

The main focus of the PGCHE is capacity building of academic staff – in terms of quality teaching and research-driven practice.

  • B Ed (Hons) Curriculum and Instructional Design and Development

This programme consists of 8 modules. Three of the modules are fundamental modules (NMQ 715, NMQ 725 and CDD 710); five are core modules (CDV 780, CFL 710, API 710, KIL 720 and EDI 720) and finally the module AID 730 can replace any of the core modules as approved by the package coordinator.

  • M Ed Curriculum and Instructional Design and Development (M Ed CIDD)

Course Coordinator – Prof S Vandeyar ([email protected])

The M Ed (CIDD) is a full thesis masters’ programme. A prerequisite for the programme is the passing of two compulsory M Ed modules namely OOG and NMQ. The OOG and NMQ modules are structured in a way to assist students in the compiling of their research proposals. Students are expected to successfully defend their research proposal by the end of their first year of study.

The M Ed (CIDD) is an umbrella programme that caters for any research study in the following fields of Humanities Education:

  1. Curriculum, Instruction Design and Development in any learning area
  2. English
  3. Afrikaans
  4. Human Social Sciences (History and Geography)
  5. Creative Arts Education (Music, Art and Human movement studies)
  6. Diversity and Social Justice Education (Race, identities, social and cultural justice education, multicultural education cosmopolitanism).
  7. Curriculum Implementation studies
  8. Teacher professionalism
  • M Ed (Humanities Education)

Course coordinator – Prof R Evans ([email protected]a)

The M Ed (Humanities Education) is a full thesis masters’ programme. A prerequisite for the programme is the passing of two compulsory M Ed modules namely OOG and NMQ. The OOG and NMQ modules are structured in a way to assist students in the compiling of their research proposals. Students are expected to successfully defend their research proposal s by the end of October of their first year of study.

The M Ed (Humanities Education) is an umbrella programme that caters for any research study in the following fields of Humanities Education:

  1. Curriculum, Instruction Design and Development in any learning area
  2. English
  3. Afrikaans
  4. Human Social Sciences (History and Geography)
  5. Creative Arts Education (Music, Art and Human movement studies)
  6. Diversity and Social Justice Education (Race, identities, social and cultural justice education, multicultural education cosmopolitanism).
  7. Curriculum Implementation studies
  8. Teacher professionalism
  • PhD Curriculum and Instructional Design and Development (PhD CIDD)

Course coordinator – Prof S Vandeyar ([email protected])

The PhD (CIDD) is an umbrella programme that caters for any research study in the following fields of Humanities Education:

  1. Curriculum, Instruction Design and Development in any learning area
  2. English
  3. Afrikaans
  4. Human Social Sciences (History and Geography)
  5. Creative Arts Education (Music, Art and Human movement studies)
  6. Diversity and Social Justice Education (Race, identities, social and cultural justice education, multicultural education cosmopolitanism).
  7. Curriculum Implementation studies
  8. Teacher professionalism
  • PhD (Humanities Education)

Course coordinator – Prof R Evans ([email protected])

The PhD (Humanities Education) is an umbrella programme that caters for any research study in the following fields of Humanities Education:

  1. Curriculum, Instruction Design and Development in any learning area
  2. English
  3. Afrikaans
  4. Human Social Sciences (History and Geography)
  5. Creative Arts Education (Music, Art and Human movement studies)
  6. Diversity and Social Justice Education (Race, identities, social and cultural justice education, multicultural education cosmopolitanism).
  7. Curriculum Implementation studies
  8. Teacher professionalism

 

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