Far Eastern University is strengthening its post-graduate programs with the introduction of nine new programs.

The new offerings include specialized tracks for Master of Arts in Education, Master in Learning and Teaching, Master in School Guidance and Counseling, and Master of Arts in Education in Educational Technology and Online Learning.

New doctoral programs include Phd in Educational Linguistics, and specialized tracks under Doctor of Philosophy in Education and Doctor of Education.

In addition, FEU will offer graduate degrees by research, particularly MA Education by Research and PhD Education by Research.

Master of Arts in Education is ideal for educators who give high premium to professionalization of teacher’s education trainers, educational leaders, and professionals in educational-related services.

Master in Learning and Teaching is for practitioners who want to have advanced disciplinary knowledge and understanding. Meanwhile, Master in School Guidance and Counselling is for practicing guidance counsellors in educational context who aspire for professional license as Guidance Counselor.

Master of Arts in Education in Educational Technology and Online Learning (Full Online Delivery) is suited for teachers who intend to explore the use and impact of technologies in teaching and learning.

Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Linguistics is for language enthusiasts who aim to extend their expertise in the educational context.

Master of Arts in Education by Research can be taken by those who plan to advance their growth through research. On the other hand, the Doctor of Philosophy in Education by Research is for those who want to find their niche and place themselves in the circle of research-inclined professionals.

A Teacher Certificate Program is also offered for professionals or fresh graduates aspiring to be licensed in teaching.

“FEU IE is continuing the legacy of developing teachers, researchers, professors, and leaders for almost 90 years. The offering of the new graduate programs is a testament for the continuation and improvement of the institute’s legacy to quality education,” said Dean Harold J. Culala.