Master of Arts in Education
The Master of Arts is an advanced postgraduate qualification comprising a thesis-a substantial piece of research supervised by a member of staff with expertise in a relevant area. If you are undertaking a thesis in Education, you are advised to complete EDUC 503 Research Methods in Education prior to beginning your thesis to gain a firm grounding in educational research methods. The MA may be awarded with Merit or Distinction.
This programme consists of a 120-point thesis: EDUC 591. You will be advised which thesis to take, based on your area of research.
A BA(Hons) degree in Education (or a closely related subject) with First or Second Class Honours.
- Part-time: two years.
- Full-time: one year.
The MA in Education is administered by the Wellington Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. For information contact:
The MA in Education theses are supervised by the Wellington Faculty of Education. For an Expression of Interest in Doing a Thesis form, contact:
Student and Academic Services Office
Wellington Faculty of Education
Level 8, Murphy Building
Kelburn Parade, Kelburn Campus
Phone: 04-463 9500