Master's Degree Program Offerings

Graduate Programs in Education

Master of Education | Course-based Degree

MEd Int

MEd Interdisciplinary

Apply by March 1, 2021 to begin your studies this summer.

The Master of Education (MEd) Interdisciplinary program is a three year, laddered pathway where students select from available topics to complete their first and second years. Students are awarded the MEd after successful completion of the Educational Research topic in their third year.

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MEd Spec

MEd Specialist

Apply by March 1, 2021 to begin your studies this summer.

The Master of Education (MEd) Specialist route is a course-based, two- or three-year degree within a specialization area.

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MEd SACP

MEd School and Applied Child Psychology

Apply by December 1, 2020 to begin your studies this summer.

The Master of Education (MEd) in School and Applied Child Psychology degree is designed for individuals who intend to work as school psychologists or in applied psychology in community settings.

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Master of Arts | Thesis-based Degree

MA

MA in Educational Research

Apply by December 1, 2020 to begin your studies this fall.

The Master of Arts (MA) is a research-intensive, thesis-based degree intended to prepare students for further research. This program is full-time with an on campus residency requirement.

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Master of Science | Thesis-based Degree

MSc-Counselling Psychology

MSc in Counselling Psychology

Apply by December 1, 2020 to begin your studies this summer.

This program will assist students to develop the philosophical, theoretical, research, and practical expertise required of those who wish to offer effective educational and counselling psychology services.

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MSc-School & Applied Child Psychology

MSc in School and Applied Child Psychology

Apply by December 1, 2020 to begin your studies this summer.

This program 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 Master of Science program follows the accreditation guidelines created by National Association of School Psychologists' standards for training.

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