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Program Planning Options

Curriculum Studies

This field of study stresses issues, theories and research related to curriculum. The development of analysis of curricular enterprises are emphasized, including a possible focus on theoretical and practical work in English as a Second Language. All candidates choosing this option begin their program by taking EDUC 5P00, (Curriculum Theory and Design) and then select at least four half-credit courses which the student and the program consultant agree constitute an area of focus.

Courses designated as Rotating Electives for Curriculum Studies are: EDUC 5P01, 5P02, 5P03, 5P06, 5P09, 5P16, 5P18, 5P22, 5P26 and 5P27.

Courses designated as Occasional Electives for Curriculum Studies are: EDUC 5P04, 5P07, 5P08, 5P12, 5P28, 5P29, 5V07 and 5V15.


Studies in Teaching and Learning

This field of study considers the application of psychology, philosophy, history and sociology to educational concerns. Emphasis is placed on making connections between defensible theory and improved educational practices. Candidates begin their program by taking EDUC 5P30 (Introduction to Studies in Teaching and Learning) and then select at least four half-credit courses which the student and the program consultant agree constitutes an area of focus.

Courses designated as Rotating Electives for Studies in Teaching and Learning are: EDUC 5P31, 5P32, 5P33, 5P35, 5P36, 5P37, 5P38, 5P39, 5P40, 5P41, 5P43, 5P50, 5P53, 5P58 and 5V31.

Courses designated as Occasional Electives for Studies in Teaching and Learning are: EDUC 5P34, 5P45, 5P46, 5P48, 5P49, 5P51, 5V32, 5V40, 5V41, 5V69 and 5V70.


Organizational and Administrative Studies in Education

This field of study is intended to develop an understanding of education in its social, legal, structural and political contexts. The emphasis is on organizational and administrative behaviour. Candidates begin their program by taking EDUC 5P60 (Educational Administration: The Theoretical Context) and then select at least four half-credit courses which the student and the program consultant agree constitute and area of focus.

Courses designated as Rotating Electives for Organizational and Administrative Studies in Education are: EDUC 5P62, 5P65, 5P72, 5P73, 5P74 and 5P85.

Courses designated as Occasional Electives for Organizational and Administrative Studies in Education are: EDUC 5P64, 5P70, 5P75, 5P76, 5V82 and 5V89.


Integrated Studies

This planning option allows students to explore education issues and problems from a variety of perspectives. It serves as a mechanism for integrating a plan of study across two or three fields of study (Curriculum Studies, Studies in Teaching and Learning and Organizational and Administrative Studies in Education). Courses may be chosen from the Rotating and Occasional Electives listed in the three fields of study. They may also be chosen from the General Purpose Electives which include EDUC 5P55, 5P91, 5P94, 5P95, 5P96, 5P98 and 5V94. Candidates who choose this option begin their program by taking EDUC 5P97 (An Introduction to Integrated Studies) and then select at least four half-credit courses which the student and the program consultant agree constitute a theme.

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