The goal of the Graduate School of Education is to play an important role in pursuing advanced academic research; to offer theories and practice for improving the quality of education; and to train researchers, administrative officials, and professional leaders in the field of education.
The Faculty of the Graduate School of Education offers guidance to candidates for the master’s and doctoral degrees.
The program of the Graduate School of Education comprises two departments: the Department of Integrated Educational Sciences and the Department of Excellence of School Education. The Department of Integrated Educational Sciences has three subdivisions—Basic Theories of Education, Social Sciences in Education, and Developmental Sciences—with seven courses of specialization. The Department of Excellence of School Education offers three courses of specialization; Professional Development of Teachers, Curriculum Development, and School Improvement and Policy Studies.