Overview

The Department of Curriculum Studies at the University of Saskatchewan offers a graduate program that addresses the relationship between practice and theory in curriculum research, design, implementation, evaluation, and leadership.Those choosing to pursue a Master of Education in Curriculum Studies will be encouraged to focus on aspects of praxis leading to expertise and leadership in that area.

Who would be interested in an MEd in Curriculum Studies? Anyone participating in teaching in its various forms – in the K-12 system, the postsecondary system, and informal education – who wants to study one or more aspects of curriculum, such as research, development, implementation, evaluation and leadership for change.

The Department of Curriculum Studies offers a flexible program with three defined areas of focus: Curriculum Innovation, Early Childhood Education and English as an Additional Language. Students in each focus take similar core courses and different electives that suit their learning goals. While each individual course has a focus, students are also expected to develop aspects of their area of interest. In addition to course offerings from Curriculum Studies, students are able to take elective courses from other departments providing these courses contribute to their areas of interest. Students may also take up to 6 cu of coursework through another Western Canadian university if these courses are approved as part of their official Program of Studies.

Educational Technology and Design

Curriculum Studies is also home for the Educational Technology and Design Master's Program. 

Over the past two decades, the Educational Technology and Design graduate program developed an excellent reputation, and became one of the best in the country. Our faculty enjoys international recognition, have received numerous awards for teaching, production, leadership and research, have published several significant books, and regularly contribute research and scholarly papers to leading journals and academic conferences.

Our Program boasts three former presidents of the Association for Media and Technology in Education in Canada (AMTEC), editorships of board memberships on leading journals, and our alumni occupy positions of leadership in Canada, the United States, Mexico and abroad. When you enter the graduate program in Educational Technology and Design, you join a large and growing network of scholarship and practice.

Contacts

Department Support

Kayla Larson

kayla.larson@usask.ca 
tel. +1 (306) 966-7601
fax +1 (306) 966-7658

Department of Curriculum Studies
University of Saskatchewan
28 Campus Drive, Room 3021
Saskatoon, SK S7N 0X1, Canada

Graduate Support

Patti Gillies

patricia.gillies@usask.ca
tel. +1 (306) 966-5255
fax +1 (306) 966-7658

Department of Curriculum Studies
University of Saskatchewan
28 Campus Drive, Room 3079
Saskatoon, SK S7N 0X1, Canada