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2020.07-30 - Applications for 2020/2021 Graduate Assistantships (deadline: August 9, 2020)
2020.05.24 - Applications for the 2021 academic year are being accepted to the Joint PhD in Educational Studies program at jointphdined.org
Welcome from the Associate Dean, Graduate Studies & Research
Boozhoo, Bienvenue et Welcome researchers, education leads, trainers and managers, to the traditional territories of the Three Fires' Confederacy of First Nations, which includes the Ojibwa, the Odawa, and the Potawatomie.
The Masters of Education (MEd) degree will assist you in moving your professional practice as a teacher, a vice/principal, or a staff trainer and manager further. This one-year full-time or two to three year part-time (online) academic degree and qualification will allow you to engage with educational issues of learning, teaching, mentoring and leading.
We are pleased to offer Master’s level programs in Curriculum Studies, Educational Administration, and Second Language Acquisition, Culture and Society. Pathways to completion for the M. Ed. include Course-based, Major Paper and Thesis. Students may also choose part-time or full-time registration and face-to-face or online classes.
We invite you to consider doctoral studies if you have completed Master’s level studies. Our Joint Ph.D. in Educational Studies provides opportunities for study in the areas of Cognition and Learning, Social/Cultural/Political Contexts of Education, and Educational Leadership and Policy Studies. The Joint Ph.D. offers a unique opportunity to proceed through the program based on individualized plans of study facilitated by both face-to-face and online program delivery.
We invite you to submit an application to the program that best suits your graduate study needs. Hundreds of MEd and PhD graduates would agree that this is a positive first step to a rewarding graduate study experience. We look forward to hearing from you.
Miigwetch et dùrachdan,
Kara Smith, PhD, OCT, GTCS