Master of Education (Educational Psychology)



This programme will produce contemporary and innovative experts in the field of educational psychology who are able to link theories and educational practice.


sLanguage Requirement

Entry requirements for International Candidates following courses and/or writing their Thesis/Dissertation in English:
i. A score of 5.5 for IELTS (Academic); 
ii. A score of 550 paper-based total (PBT) or a score of 80 for internet-based total (IBT) or 213 for computer-based total (CBT) for TOEFL.


sEntry Requirement

1. A Bachelor of Psychology degree with a CGPA of at least 3.00 
2. A Bachelor of Education degree with a CGPA of at least 3.00
3. A Bachelor’s degree with a CGPA of at leasr 3.00 
4. A Bachelor’s degree with CGPA of at least 3.00
(i) Postgraduate Diploma in Education with a CGPA of 3.00
(ii) A teaching qualification recognised by the University
(iii) A Diploma in Psychology from an institution recognised by the Senate
(iv) Teaching experience of not less than 1 year in the field of psychology
(v) A professional qualification from a recognised professional body
(vi) A qualification approved by the Senate from time to time


fIntake Schedule

Semester I of the academic year commences in September while
Semester II commences in February



Fee Structure for Citizen
Fee Structure for Non-Citizen

Course Structure


The program covers Forty Five (45) credit hours which includes Nine (9) credit hours for core courses, Six (6) credit hours for elective courses and 30 credit hours for the dissertation

Faculty Core Courses

POX 7001

Research Methodology in Education

3 credit

PON 7002

Lifespand Development

3 credit

PON 7006

Psychological Testing

3 credit





Elective Courses (Select Two)

PON 7003

Child Development

3 credit

PON 7004

Adolescence Psychology

3 credit

PON 7005


3 credit

PON 7007

Psychology of the Gifted Child

3 credit

PON 7001

Educational Psychology

3 credit






POX 7002


30 credits


Last Updated: 28/07/2018