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A famous quote says the purpose of Education is to replace an empty mind with an open one. And to teach pupils to be disciplined and make them write “I will not talk in class” 100 times, neatly, on lined paper. Mainly, education is a process of learning and acquiring information and mostly, about instilling children’s and adults’ thirst for knowledge.

Education is a broad field of study that covers teaching, training and tutoring techniques dedicated to future professionals that plan to help pupils or students develop intellectual and practical skills. A Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Education focuses on informal learning planning and managing classroom assessment and teaching. Become an expert on how to teach science and literature according to the age of pupils.

Education includes a variety of sub-disciplines, including:

• Special education
• Educational research
• Adult education
• Coaching
• Pedagogy
• Teaching

Students who graduate with degrees in Education enter into the following careers:

• Teachers
• Trainers
• Tutors
• School administrators
• School counsellors
• Education specialists

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Suggested Masters in Education

M.Sc. Higher Education

Designed for a wide range of careers in higher education institutions, from faculty and staff positions to key administrative jobs, Walden’s M.S. in Higher Education focuses on promoting both organizational and student success.

United States
Postgraduate Certificate Higher Education Practice

This programme, which embeds professional accreditation within the certificate, is designed for practitioners who work within, or have access to, a Higher Education (HE) or equivalent setting and who wish to further develop their skills and knowledge to gain a deeper understanding of, and actively engage with, the diverse and changing contexts of contemporary Higher Education. The Higher Education Practice course is delivered by University of the West of Scotland.

United Kingdom
Preparation Course Secondary Education

Earn 30 credits, a normal freshman course load, taking classes that are taught by URI faculty. Benefit from small classes that are no more than 25 students per class. In addition, you’ll receive supplemental instruction in English and other academic skills. The Secondary Education program is offered by the University of Rhode Island. 

United States
M.Sc. Adolescence Education: Social Studies

The Master of Science in Adolescence Education: Social Studies program from State University of New York Potsdam is designed to meet the New York State Education Department's regulations on Teacher Education, the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) standards and the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS).

United States