M. Phil Educational Leadership and Management (ELM)
Areas: Educational Policy and Management, learning and teaching, Leadership, Management and Organizations, Management of Change, Cognition and Computers, Quality Assurance in Education, Finance and Resource Management, Research Methodology
Duration: 2 years, 4 semesters
Career Paths: Educational management, school/college/university leadership, consultancy, curriculum development, teaching, research
M.Phil in Educational Leadership and Management (ELM) will be of interest to those in education related settings who carry or aspire to senior and middle leadership and management positions. The ELM program gives the students an opportunity to study their area of interest relevant to their work as educators. The M.Phil program will specially be of interest to those people who seek to do advanced research study in areas of leadership and management in education.
The program has been designed to equip the participants with essential skills and knowledge to lead organizational change and development. It is particularly relevant to senior and middle managers in educational organizations. M.Phil ELM enables the participants to develop their knowledge, understanding and practice as educational managers and leaders. It provides an opportunity for participants to engage in scholarly activity and research, to develop their own expertise in the field, and to investigate ways in which to develop the organization of their own school.
MA graduates in TESL, ELM and Education as well as related disciplines with a minimum CGPA of 2.5 are eligible to apply for M. Phil in Educational Leadership and Management. To qualify for Phd in future, the student must achieve a CGPA of 3.0. The candidate must fulfill all other MS/M.Phil requirements as directed by BNU Admission Office.
A candidate seeking admission to the MS / M.Phil Educational Leadership and Management must have to clear the NTS (General test) and BNU – SE interview.
Year One (Fall Semester)
Year One (Spring Semester)
Year Two (Fall Semester)
Year Two (Spring Semester)
Successful completion of credit hours and dissertation