Master of Education (By Research)

(N/0110/7/0006) (11/27) (MQA/PA 16095)

The Master of Education is a well-balanced programme designed to impart knowledge in education by considering the psychological & sociological foundation of the community. The program prepares students for advanced positions in a variety of educational fields which will be not limited to the traditional K–12 classroom environment.


The Master of Education is a well-balanced program designed to impart knowledge in Education along with specialization in Human Behavior and Community organization. Individuals looking to work in the field of education but outside of the traditional classroom may opt for the specialization for more information. The programs prepare students for advanced positions in a variety of educational fields which will be not limited to the traditional K–12 classroom environment. Through flexible format of the course the student can learn their schedule easily on their own. The multimedia tools have the potential to enhance curriculum engagement that allowing students to participate in the creation outside the classroom will encourage creativity and increase excitement. The program prepares the students to understand and formulate education policy and its practice, while developing a better understanding of contemporary issues and challenges, and future directions in the field of education. The program is an advanced degree, both in and outside the classroom, which provides greater career options and the opportunity for a higher salary. There are many specialty areas available in education at the master’s degree level and choosing one will determine the jobs graduates can expect when they complete their degree.


For successful completion of Master’s degree in Lincoln University College, each candidate should publish minimum of two research articles in Scopus indexed journals, with Lincoln University College affiliation.

Program Aim

The primary objective of Master of Education program is to prepare critically reflective teachers who can understand educational research and leverage it to improve the effectiveness of their teaching practice through the creation of optimal teaching environments for all students. The program will produce professionals who are eligible to:

  • Impart advanced knowledge in Education and related areas of research.
  • Bestow learners by analytical, practical, communication, and interpersonal skills.
  • Empower learners with Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) including digital and numerical competencies to make them efficient professionals and researchers in Education and allied industries.
  • Inculcate insight in research, innovation, and entrepreneurship.
  • Demonstrate professional ethics, social responsibility, and values of global research.

Career Opportunities

The program is designed to give students highly developed knowledge and skills that are required to enhance quality of their education system. The program would equip the students with the opportunity to undertake advanced practice in specialization areas such as Educational Leadership & Management, and Curriculum and Instruction organization.

Educational studies prepare students for a variety of employment opportunities including:

  • Lead Teacher
  • Learning support teachers
  • Guidance counsellors
  • Secondary teachers
  • Middle years teachers
  • Science teachers
  • Educational administrators
  • School Administrator
  • Curriculum Developer


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Wisma Lincoln, No. 12-18, Jalan SS 6/12, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia

+1300 880 111 (Malaysia)
+603-7806 3478 (International)

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