Faculty of Education
- When is the application deadline for the 2013-2014 Academic Year?
- Where is the admissions and application information on the website?
- Where can I find detailed Master of Education Program Information?
- What are the requirements for admission to the Master of Education Program?
- Where may I find the Graduate Studies Academic Calendar?
- What is the cost of courses and program completion?
- Where are the course locations?
- Is it possible to complete a Master of Education Degree online?
- How long does it normally take to complete a Master of Education Degree?
- Is financial funding available?
- Where may I find out about the variety of Faculty and their research interests?
When is the application deadline for the 2013-2014 Academic Year?
The deadline for September 2013 entry is February 15, 2013. However, if space permits, we will continue to receive applications until August 15, 2013.
Where is the admission and application information on the website?
Information about admission and application online can be found HERE. Click on the "Apply Now!" link to find information regarding: instructions, fees, additional application materials, transcripts, reference forms, mailing application materials, checklist, and the online application.
Where can I find detailed Master of Education Program Information?
Please visit the Faculty of Graduate Studies website to review program information.
What is the cost of courses and program completion?
For information regarding fees, please visit the Financial and Administrative Services website.
Where are the course locations?
Courses are offered on Brock Campus in St. Catharines, Brock Campus in Hamilton, and at Sheridan College Campus in Oakville. Required core course(s) are only available at Brock or Sheridan. Custom Designed Learning Options are developed for organizations with specialized learning priorities and delivery schedule on site in various geographic locations.
Is it possible to complete a Master of Education Degree online?
We offer a few blended-learning classes which combine both a face-to-face delivery mode and an online component. None of our classes are completely online.
How long does it normally take to complete a Master of Education Degree?
You need 10 credits to complete our program if you follow the course-based pathway option full time (1 year) or part-time (5 years). If you follow the research-based route, you have two options (MRP = Major Research Paper - 7 half-credits plus MRP) or thesis option (5 half-credits plus a Thesis). Full-time MRP students will finish in one year and thesis students have two years to complete the program.
Where may I find out about the variety of Faculty and their research interests?
To read about our faculty research interests, please visit the Faculty of Education Research Office website.