M.A. | Education

Programme Overview

  • The Master of Arts in Education programme is aimed at helping future educators to be highly effective, relevant and completely empowered to help learners achieve their full potential.
  • The Masters of Arts in Education programme is a rigorous 2-year programme which is well-structured and provides a scaffolded experience that seamlessly blends classwork and practical teaching experience.
  • The MA Education programme aims to utilise the theory of education, latest pedagogical practices, technology interventions, and curriculum design to foster learning.

Programme Specialization

The Master of Arts in Education programme will provide students with specialisations in the below-mentioned subject areas. Students can choose the subject area and the grade range they would like to specialize in during the 2-year programme. Prior knowledge in one or more of the following subjects is preferred, but not mandatory.

  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • English
  • Social Studies and Humanities
  • Arts
  • Physical Education

Programme USPs

  • 1 Year intensive on-campus training and practice.
  • 1 Year long Trainee Teacher internship.
  • Master level capstone project in educational research.

Programme Outcomes

  • Hands-on learning of progressive teaching practices.
  • Mastery in relevant educational theories & concepts.
  • Inquiry-based coursework and self-learning methodology.
  • Exposure to leading subject matter experts and practitioners.
  • Ongoing feedback through personalized coaching and mentoring.
  • Internships and placements with leading, progressive schools across Bangalore.
  • Interact with prominent organizations in the field of education to learn about current practices in education.
  • Collaborate with relevant members and faculty on research projects in education.

Programme Duration

2 Years / 4 Semesters

Programme Type


Eligibility Criteria

A pass in Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with minimum 60%
marks. B. Ed or any equivalent degree is preferred but not compulsory