Students can complete the M.S.Ed. degree program in two years by taking two courses on a part-time basis in the fall, spring and summer sessions.
Once accepted, students will be assigned a faculty advisor. Students should communicate with the assigned advisor prior to beginning their program of study and periodically thereafter.
Students must maintain a B average in coursework and successfully complete a comprehensive examination.
Courses are offered at sites in the Greater Toronto Area in the fall, spring and summer semesters through face to face and distance education delivery.
Candidates come from a variety of backgrounds – in years of experience, role within their schools, government settings and district boards including small, large, urban, and suburban. The various backgrounds of candidates provide a diversity which adds depth and breadth to the classes and program.