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The Master of Education (MEd) degree program (see the Program Guide) at Brock University is designed to improve the professional competence of practitioners and researchers. Candidates work with their assigned program consultant to choose courses in one of four Fields of Specialization: Administration and Leadership in Education, Educational Inquiry, Social and Cultural Contexts of Education, and Teaching, Learning, and Development.
For full-time students completing the 10 course and culminating seminar route, the program is normally a three-term or one-year program. For full-time students, 7 course and the major research paper route normally spans a three-term or one-year period and 5 course and thesis completion requires approximately a two year period.
Students have the choice of field of specialization according to the Graduate Calendar in which they began their studies. Students wishing to change specializations or alter the completion pathways, or interrupt studies must notify the Faculty of Education, Graduate Studies Department as well as Brock University, Faculty of Graduate Studies
Download the appropriate forms.
The Master of Education Calendar contains a detailed description of the Masters program, course description and selection information, as well as a full explanation of exit requirements and pathways.
Degree Completion Pathways
Pathway 1: Culminating Seminar
Pathway 2: Major Research Paper
Pathway 3: Thesis
All information regarding academic program requirements, registration, timetable, scholarships and assistantships, deadlines, important dates, and graduation is housed on the Faculty of Graduate Studies website: www.brocku.ca/gradstudies