Graduate Programs in Education
Admissions for 2020 are now complete. Please check back this September for information on how to apply for 2021 admission to our programs.
Doctor of Philosophy - Educational Research
The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Educational Research is a research-intensive, thesis-based program intended to prepare prepare scholars for careers in research and teaching. This program is full-time with an on campus residency requirement.
Doctor of Education - Educational Research
The Doctor of Education (EdD) in Educational Research specialization areas is designed for practicing professionals who will engage in scholarly discourse and carry out field-focused research while continuing to work in their communities.
Doctor of Philosophy - Counselling Psychology
The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Counselling Psychology prepares individuals to develop the philosophical, theoretical, and research expertise required of those who wish to pursue careers in psychological education and/or counselling psychology.
Doctor of Philosophy - School and Applied Child Psychology
The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in School and Applied Child Psychology prepares students to work as school psychologists or develop specialized knowledge of school and applied child psychology for use in school or community settings. Course content for the PhD program follows the accreditation guidelines created by Canadian Psychological Association standards for training.