Graduate Chair: Sheila Carr-Stewart
Graduate Secretary: Cindy Pollard
Phone: (306) 966-2509
Ph.D. Admissions: Veronica Soltys, 306-966-7558
Department of Educational Administration, College of EducationUniversity of Saskatchewan28 Campus DriveSaskatoon, SaskatchewanCanada S7N 0X1
The mission of the Department of Educational Administration is to prepare and develop educational practitioners and scholars through teaching, research, dissemination of research, and service in the disciplines of educational leadership. The department seeks to promote the advancement of wisdom, knowledge, skills and values that are necessary for the renewal of educational organizations at the local, provincial, national and international levels.
In addressing this mission, the department faculty and associates are committed to the following guiding values:
- Excellence in all Faculty activities;
- High levels of efficiency and productivity in department operations;
- Equality and respect for all individuals, clients, etc.; as well as equity of access to all who have the potential to succeed, and cognisance of the needs and rights of people with individual or social disadvantages;
- Positive community ethos with respect to importance and integrity of relationships and productivity;
- Academic freedom, intellectual rigour, practitioner relevance, and high ethical standards.
The department is actively involved in research relating to educational leadership, rural education, and school effectiveness. Master's degrees may be obtained by the completion of an acceptable thesis or by the completion of prescribed courses (no thesis). The course-based M.Ed. is intended to be a terminal degree and may not prepare students for further studies in this area. Interested students may acquire information about the various programs by writing to the Associate Dean, College of Education, or to the Head of the appropriate department: The department is actively involved in research relating to educational leadership, rural education, and school effectiveness.
Fall registration - April 30
Winter registration - October 31
Spring/Summer Registration - January 31
The compulsory doctoral courses begin in September of each year. All application procedures should be completed well before this time. Normally, the following dates will apply: November 30, if you wish to be considered for a scholarship, All other students, January 31.
For admission and degree requirements, please see the University Catalogue.