Blended-Delivery

A course-based Master of Education (M Ed.) program of study requires successful completion of 10 three-credit courses in total. The course-based option offers courses in a blended-delivery format that allows both online and face-to-face learning. Students may complete a capstone project as the final component of this program route.  Note: The course-based route does not prepare candidates for advanced academic (doctoral) studies.

Required Courses:

  • EFDT 870.3: Interdisciplinary Seminar in Education
  • ERES 800.3 or departmentally approved research course
  • GPS 960: Introduction to Ethics and Academic Integrity (required on-line non-credit seminar)
  • GPS 961: Ethics and Integrity in Human Research(required on-line non-credit seminar)
  • EFDT 990: Graduate Student Seminar (required non-credit seminar)

Plus a minimum of 8 three-credit unit electives chosen from the following:

EFDT 422.3: Pedagogy of Intersecting Anti-Racist Education

EFDT 478.3: Urban Education

EFDT 479.3: Land based Education

EFDT 486.3: Queering our Schools and Communities

EFDT 816.3: Community Development Practices

EFDT 817.3: Trends and Issues in Continuing Education

EFDT 818.3: Workplace Learning

EFDT 824.3: REconsidering Experience Narratives of Time People and Place

EFDT 842.3: History of Indigenous Education in Canada

EFDT 843.3: Decolonizing Aboriginal Education

EFDT 844.3: Theory and Practice of Anti-Racist Education

EFDT 845.3: Cross Cultural Research Methodology

EFDT 846.3: Aboriginal Languages and Linguistic Diversity in Education

EFDT 848.3: Resilience in Aboriginal Education

EFDT 854.3: International Study Tour

EFDT 857.3: Critical Pedagogy Neoliberalism and the Environment

EFDT 870.3: Interdisciplinary Seminar in Foundations of Education

EFDT 881.3: Education Wisdom Nature

EFDT 884.3: Life History as Education

EFDT 885.3: Investigations in Culture and Environment

EFDT 898 Special Topics courses are offered from time to time and offer in-depth investigation of a particular topic.

Students are allowed a maximum of 2 senior-level undergraduate courses in a Master’s program.

Some courses may be in other department or units, subject to the College of Graduate and Post-doctoral Studies policies.

You will be assigned an advisor to assist in course planning.

A thesis-based Master of Education (M Ed.) program of study requires successful completion of at least 6 three-credit courses and a thesis. This option offers courses in a blended-delivery format that allows both online and face-to-face learning. Students are allowed a maximum of two senior-level undergraduate courses in a Master's program.

Students must be registered in EFDT 994 each and every term until completion of the thesis. Identify a supervisor with whom you wish to work with in your application.

Required Courses:

  • EFDT 870.3: Interdisciplinary Seminar in Education
  • ERES 800.3 or departmentally approved research course
  • GPS 960: Introduction to Ethics and Academic Integrity (required on-line non-credit seminar)
  • GPS 961: Ethics and Integrity in Human Research(required on-line non-credit seminar)
  • EFDT 990: Graduate Student Seminar (required non-credit seminar)
  • EFDT 994 each and every term until thesis is completed

Plus a minimum of 4 three-credit unit electives chosen from the following:

EFDT 422.3: Pedagogy of Intersecting Anti-Racist Education

EFDT 478.3: Urban Education

EFDT 479.3: Land based Education

EFDT 486.3: Queering our Schools and Communities

EFDT 816.3: Community Development Practices

EFDT 817.3: Trends and Issues in Continuing Education

EFDT 818.3: Workplace Learning

EFDT 824.3: REconsidering Experience Narratives of Time People and Place

EFDT 842.3: History of Indigenous Education in Canada

EFDT 843.3: Decolonizing Aboriginal Education

EFDT 844.3: Theory and Practice of Anti-Racist Education

EFDT 845.3: Cross Cultural Research Methodology

EFDT 846.3: Aboriginal Languages and Linguistic Diversity in Education

EFDT 848.3: Resilience in Aboriginal Education

EFDT 854.3: International Study Tour

EFDT 857.3: Critical Pedagogy Neoliberalism and the Environment

EFDT 870.3: Interdisciplinary Seminar in Foundations of Education

EFDT 881.3: Education Wisdom Nature

EFDT 884.3: Life History as Education

EFDT 885.3: Investigations in Culture and Environment

EFDT 898 Special Topics courses are offered from time to time and offer in-depth investigation of a particular topic.

Some courses may be in other department or units, subject to the College of Graduate and Post-doctoral Studies policies.

Your advisor/supervisor will assist in course planning.