The Master of Arts in Teaching Social Sciences program equips future social scientists and educators essential input to engage in scientific undertakings of social phenomenon.
Master of Arts in Teaching Social Sciences
The Master of Arts in Teaching Social Sciences program equips future social scientists and educators essential input to engage in scientific undertakings of social phenomenon particularly the emerging trends to help solve the complex problems of developing nations through knowledge discovered, thereby contributing to the socio-cultural and politico-economic advancement. It also equips its students with sound theoretical foundations for the teaching of social sciences.
Basic Courses (12 units)
- Philosophy and History of Social Sciences
- Qualitative Research in the Social Sciences
- Quantitative Research in the Social Sciences
- Social Science Pedagogy
Major Courses (15 units)
- The Teaching Local History and Historiography
- The Teaching of Political Economy
- The Teaching of Geography
- The Teaching of World History
- The Teaching Of Contemporary Philippine Development
- Readings in Social Theory
Cognate Courses (6 units)
- Curriculum & Instructional Materials Dev’t.
- Environmental Ethics
- Academic Writing
- Reading in Cultural Studies
- The Life and Philosophy of St. John Baptist De La Salle
- Comprehensive Examination
- Thesis Writing
- Original and two photocopies of his/her transcript of records
- Accomplished application form
- Two letters of recommendation from previous professors or employers
- Two copies of 2 x 2 picture
- An interview with the CLAC GS director and/or CLAC Dean
- Satisfactory test results in the Graduate Admission Examination
- The maximum residency for master’s program shall be seven (7) years and nine (9) years for doctorate program including thesis/ dissertation writing (CHED Memorandum Order series of 2007, section 18).
- A student who fails to complete the program within the given period will have to enroll six (6) units of refresher courses with additional three (3) units for each of the succeeding years unt il the completion of the degree. The refresher courses to be enrolled are the following: Research, Statistics, and major subjects.