This fall, we are excited to offer a new focus for our Master of Education degree. This cohort will be delivered online and face to face on the UPEI campus. It will begin this September online. This degree will offer leadership courses that are focused on:
Deadline for applications for this MEd Focus on 21st Century Teaching & Learning is JUNE 1.
UPEI, in partnership with Holland College, is offering a Master of Education (MEd) in Leadership in Learning with a focus on College Leadership - a special cohort for College educators, leaders and aspiring leaders. This is round three of this customized program. Click here for more information on this specialized degree focus.
The Master of Education in Leadership in Learning with a focus on Literacy and Inclusion will be a special cohort delivered online and face-to-face in Western PEI. The degree consists of ten classes, delivered online during the school year, with face-to-face courses offered during the summer in air conditioned settings in Summerside or Wellington. The deadline for applications for the MEd in Leadership in Learning with a focus on Literacy & Inclusion was January 30, 2013. We are excited to announce that this cohort is now full and will begin this summer. Congratulations!
**Please indicate on your application form and in your personal statement that you are applying to one of these special cohorts. We will accept applications until the cohorts are full. Sufficient enrolment is needed for these programs to go ahead.
The Master of Education in Leadership in Learning program is open to school and college teachers and those involved in other professions, including journalism, law, and nursing. The program is designed to provide experienced educators with the knowledge and skills required to become effective educational leaders. The overall aim of the program is to promote and support educational scholarship, research, and practice. Our Master’s programs integrate theory and practice in ways that are intellectually stimulating and professionally rewarding to our students.
All Masters students will be enrolled as full-time students for two years (6 semesters). A program fee will be paid over this two year period in six installments. If Masters students have not completed all degree requirements within two years, they will continue as full-time students and pay maintenance fees as full-time students until all degree requirements are met.
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