Advance your career by promoting excellence in teaching and leadership through Laurier’s innovative Master of Education (MEd).
Our interdisciplinary master’s program provides professional learning across many employment sectors in areas such as collaborative learning and instruction, innovative education through emerging technologies, and high-impact practices for teaching, learning and leadership. The Master of Education is attractive to educational leaders and professionals in a wide range of corporate and not-for-profit industries, health and community service organizations, and postsecondary institutions, as well as public and private school systems.
The Master of Education is designed to be completed part-time over 2 years and is a course-based degree.
What makes Laurier’s Master of Education exemplary?
"Through both course content and professor leadership, connections were immediately made between my ‘real-life’ job and research opportunities in education for people with developmental disabilities. I really had not expected to marry my school and work life with such intricacy."
This program is highly individualized and customizable. You will have the opportunity to take courses of interest offered in other departments and faculties at Laurier. Learning is also flexible with a unique blended format of course delivery that includes face-to-face and online components. You get the best of both worlds: this approach was developed with your work schedule in mind and balances the benefits of being in a class with your colleagues and instructors with the freedom and flexibility of online components.
At the conclusion of the program, graduates will be able to do the following:
The Master of Education program starts in May, is offered part-time, and can be completed in 6 consecutive terms (2 years).
Students complete 8 half-courses. The last course involves a capstone portfolio project that integrates the learning experiences of the program participants with the program goals.
Kristiina Montero, Graduate Coordinator
Ursula Wolfe, Graduate Program Assistant
We see you are accessing our website on IE8. We recommend you view in Chrome, Safari, Firefox or IE9+ instead.×