Welcome to our website! At AUD’s School of Education, we believe in the transformative power of education to change lives and strengthen societies. Embodied in this belief is a core value that echoes throughout our programs: teaching and learning through relationships. Research shows that strong relationships between and among faculty, students and staff can positively influence motivation and curiosity—leading to personal growth and academic success at every level of education.
With this in mind, we work with each M.Ed. candidate as an individual with unique talents, professional interests and career dreams. Today, our alumni apply their knowledge and skills as educators in various fields as classroom teachers, subject coordinators, curriculum developers, school administrators, university lecturers, corporate trainers, and entrepreneurs.
Selecting a graduate school is an important decision, so we invite you to come and meet our students and visit with faculty. See for yourself how AUD’s School of Education can help guide you on a successful career path with the tools you will need to make a positive difference—in life and in learning.
Education is at the core of everything we do and, at AUD, we have a commitment to providing the region with informed and passionate educators. As a profession of the mind and heart, it is our aim to attract and retain the brightest graduates, because all children deserve no less.
The School of Education at AUD focuses on the essential work of teacher education at graduate level and offers a Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree focusing solely on preparing future educators in elementary and secondary school teaching roles.
Producing highly qualified effective educators with a passion for lifelong learning, the School of Education facilitates courses that allow students to develop their knowledge of pedagogy, technologies in teaching methods, and content awareness, based on their chosen specialty.
We recognize that the demand for education programs goes beyond the needs of the schools to hire qualified teachers and beyond the Government’s interest in a set standard of quality.