Faculty of Education / Graduate School of Education
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The Faculty of Education trains teachers and provides them with the professional skills, qualifications, and also the versatility required for successful careers in education. Undergraduate curricula are geared towards education in schools and education for students with special needs.
Graduate School of Education
The Graduate School of Education offers a traditional master's degree program, while the Graduate School for Professionals in Education offers a program for working teachers.
In 2008, the master's degree program underwent some key changes when the courses in education and special education were reorganized, and the Supporting Psychological Development Course was introduced. Since 2002, working teachers have also had the opportunity to conduct research and take night classes in the Curriculum Development Course. These night classes are offered at satellite classrooms in Kumamoto City and Gifu City.
In 2013, the Curriculum Development Course and the Subject Education Course in the Graduate School of Education Course in the Graduate School of Education were merged to create the Major in Subject-Integrated Education.
The Graduate School for Professionals in Education strives to equip teaching professionals with the tools to lead the development of educational practices in their schools. Upon completion of the course, students receive the degree of Master of Education. The curricula are designed to build well-rounded teachers through courses that develop the versatility needed for leadership in areas including lesson development, school improvement, clinical education, and special needs education. There is also a strong emphasis on school administration and education management.
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