Graduate Degree Programs

Programs being offered for our graduate degree are:

  • Master of Teaching, Learning, and Leadership (MEd TLL)
    • Course, Project, and Thesis
  • Master of Educational Psychology (MEd EPSY)
    • Course, Practicum, and Thesis
  • Master of Adult Education and Human Resource Development (MEd AHRD)
    • Course, Project, and Thesis
  • Maîtrise en éducation française
    • Course, Project, and Thesis
  • Master of Indigenous Education (MIED)
    • Course, Project, and Thesis
  • Master of Indigenous Language Education (MILED)
    • Course, Project, and Thesis
  • Community Based MEd Degree Program
    • Course-Only
  • Phd Degree
    • Dissertation

All applicants must meet the admission standards of the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research (FGSR). In addition, the Faculty of Education requires the following:

  • the applicant must have a four-year degree applicable to the program (normally a BEd, BHRD, or BAEd, or equivalent);
  • at least two years of teaching or other relevant professional experience;
  • a minimum grade point average of 70%.

Admission is ALWAYS subject to availability of space and supervision.

International Students must apply for a Canadian Study Permit and abide by all IRCC and FGSR Registration Requirements for all our programs. Please refer to UR International for study permit and registration requirements

FGSR Online Application Process

Faculty of Education Graduate Programs: How to Apply Guide (Updated January 2020)

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