The School of Education provides four Master of Education programs leading to graduate degrees.  Programs are offered on both a full-time and part-time basis, with the full-time Counselling and Inclusive Education programs beginning with Summer Institute courses.

  • MEd Counselling: This program is intended for teachers pursuing a career in school counselling and others pursuing a career in counselling through various agencies. The program meets the professional certification requirements of the Canadian Counselling Association.
  • MEd Curriculum Studies: This program is designed for teachers and administrators who wish to engage in research and advanced study in curriculum. In addition to the general program in Curriculum Studies, specialized cohorts are available with a focus for Music Educators, Creativity, or Health Interprofessionals.
  • MEd Inclusive Education: This program is intended for individuals possessing some background in inclusive schooling and wishing to prepare for leadership roles in the area of inclusive education.
  • MEd Leadership: In addition to the fundamental concepts of leadership and organization, the concepts of social justice, democratic action, equity, empowerment and change pervade this program.

In addition to these Master of Education programs, we also offer certificate programs that incorporate graduate-level courses, such as the Certificate in Math Teaching .

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