Education M.Ed.

Education M.Ed.

Program Type: Major
Degree: Master of Education
Department: Education
Delivery Mode: Hybrid

The Master of Education (M.Ed.) is a professional degree for teachers and those who work in the human and social service professions, community education, or post-secondary education.  The curriculum is based on the work done as teachers, leaders, and change agents in formal, non-formal, and community-based settings. The program is designed with the student in mind, making it possible to earn a degree while maintaining professional and/or personal life balance.

Coursework is delivered online. Students complete three required core courses (9 credits) and 21 credits of electives. A minimum of 30 semester graduate credits must be completed to fulfill degree requirements. For more information, visit the M.Ed. coursework webpage.

Are you ready to join the M.Ed. community of learners? Request more information or visit the M.Ed. website.

Acquired Skills

  • Demonstrate foundational knowledge in the field of education.
  • Demonstrate competence in evaluating and conducting research and scholarship in education
  • Communicate effectively with multiple constituencies in teaching and learning.
  • Demonstrate skills in collaboration and in leadership
  • Demonstrate skills in cultural competence and global formation in education.

Student Learning Outcomes

Career Possibilities

To find out what our recent graduates are doing, see the Career and Internship Services Report:  Follow-up of Majors

Requirements

In addition to the general application instructions provided by the Graduate School, visit the Education program page for specific application instructions and deadlines related to the program. Also, visit the catalog requirements page linked above for additional information.

Related Programs:

Early Childhood Studies B.A.Sc. 

Integrated Elementary and Special Education B.A.Sc. 

Special Education Minor