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Master's Program Undergoes Exciting Revisions

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Jennifer Robb
Program Assistant, Faculty of Education

July 28, 2023


After two years of planning, consultations, and hard work behind the scenes, the Faculty of Education is ready to debut its updated Master's program! With over 30 new or updated courses and five new course themes, our fully-online Master's program is designed to be flexible, enabling students to create a custom learning experience to achieve their educational goals. 

Our courses are now grouped into five themes aligned with our faculty goals: 

  • Education and Digital Innovation
  • Innovative Leadership in Education
  • Critical Exploration of Learning
  • Mental Health and Wellness
  • Equity and Inclusion

Our brand new courses include: 

Master of Education
  • Complete a total of 10 courses:
    • Core Education courses
    • Remaining 8 courses from any of our five themes.
Master of Education
  • Complete a total of 8 courses:
    • Core Education courses
    • Remaining 6 courses from any of our five themes.
  • Complete a 2-course research project (literature review; approx. 40-60 pages).
Master of Arts
  • Complete a total of 6 courses:
    • Core Education courses
    • Remaining 3 courses from any of our five themes.
  • Complete a 4-course thesis (original research; approx. 60-100 pages).
Graduate Diploma

  • Complete 4 courses from any of our five themes. 
  • Designed for: 
    • Non-standard applicants who want to bridge into MEd, or
    • Applicants interested in graduate courses without a Master's degree.

If you're considering graduate studies in the Faculty of Education, you can view a full list of courses on our website. To learn even more about our Master's program and ask questions of faculty and staff, register for a free webinar