Course Sequence - Master of Education (MEd)

MEd, Concentration in Studies in Teaching and Learning

This program includes a total of 10 courses (30 units), of which at least 5 courses (15 units) within the field and 3 elective courses in any Education course at the graduate level (9 units)1. Here are the Program Requirements and Course Descriptions.

Sequence for the MEd, coursework option

Term 1
Fall
  • EDU 5190 Introduction to Research in Education2 (3 units)
  • 2 courses in the concentration (6 units)
  • 1 optional course in Education (EDU) at the graduate level (3 units)
Term 2
Winter
  • 3 courses in the concentration (9 units)
  • 1 optional course in Education (EDU) at the graduate level (3 units)
Term 3
Spring/Summer
  • 1 optional course in Education (EDU) at the graduate level (3 units)
  • EDU 5199 Synthesis Seminar3 (3 units)

 

Sequence for the MEd, major-research option

Term 1
Fall
  • EDU 6290 Research in Education2 (3 units)
  • 2 courses in the concentration (6 units)
  • 1 optional course in Education (EDU) at the graduate level (3 units)
Term 2
Winter
Term 3
Spring/Summer
Term 4
Fall

Notes

  1. If you do not have a Bachelor in Education you will be taking the extended program. This means that you have to complete EDU 5101 Perspectives in Education, the first term it is offered, as an additional course to the above sequence.
  2. This course must be completed in the first or second term in which it is offered following admission.
  3. This course must be completed in the last term of your program.
  4. Enrollment to the MRP project should not exceed the maximum of two terms.
  5. You must complete an annual research progress report jointly with your MRP supervisor. The progress report allows you to better monitor your progress in your program. It also makes it possible to evaluate your progress made during the last year and to define your objectives for the following year. If you obtain two non-satisfactory progress reports, you will be withdrawn from your program.
  6. You will not be able to officially submit the final version without being registered to EDU 6999, having completed all the courses of the program and presenting their MRP to their committee. No MRP will be accepted without the signed form.
ImportantInformation
  • Compulsory courses must be taken in the language of your program of study.
  • If you are full-time, you should take 3 to 4 courses per term (as indicated in the sequence above) however, as a part-time student you may not take more than 2 courses each term.
  • Courses are 3 hours long and require about 6 to 9 hours of study per week of your own time.
  • Most courses are offered in the evening so you are responsible for ensuring that you can attend the course in question, to complete the requirements of your program.
  • We offer courses in different formats to accommodate the unique needs of distance learning students.

* The information on this page is subject to change without notice and does not represent a commitment from the Faculty.

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