Master of Education (MEd)
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Canadian and international professionals who aspire to assume leadership and research roles in education, training, employee development, health care, private industry or government can benefit from this program.
To learn about program requirements and how you can choose your route to an MEd degree, we invite you to explore the Faculty of Education and Social Work Master of Education pages.
On-campus and online
- EDUC 5010 or EDUC 5011, Research Methods (3)
- EDUC 5020 or EDUC 5021, Philosophy and History of Education (3)
- EDUC 5030 or EDUC 5031, Curriculum, Teaching and Learning (3)
- EDUC 5040 or EDUC 5041, Diversity: Constructing Social Realities (3)
- EDUC 5400 or EDUC 5401, Principles and Processes of Educational Leadership (3)
- EDUC 5421, Legal Issues in Education (3)
- EDUC 5441, Understanding and Managing Conflict (3)
- EDUC 5461, Educational Management (3)
- EDUC 5501, Introduction to Counselling Skills (3)
- EDUC 5511, Theories in Counselling (3)
- EDUC 5521, Assessment and Evaluation in Counselling (3)
- EDUC 5551, Introduction to Secondary School Counselling (3)
- EDUC 5561, Career Counselling and Development (3)
- EDDL 5101, Education Technology in the Curriculum (3)
- EDDL 5111, Introduction to Distributed Learning (3)
- EDDL 5131, Multimedia in the Curriculum (3)
- EDDL 5141, Online Teaching and Learning (3)
- EDDL 5151, Managing your Technology Classroom (3)
If you meet the MEd admission requirements, you can apply online to take courses without enrolling in the program, using the application process at EducationPlannerBC.
During Step 4, Program Selection, choose the following:
- Program Level: Unclassified Program
- Program: Graduate Unclassified
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