How to Apply

To qualify for the Master of Education in Curriculum Studies, you must:

  • have a Bachelor of Education or equivalent four year degree.
  • A minimum of one year of practical experience in education or a related field post degree if the applicant holds a BEd degree or
  • A minimum of three years of practical experience in education or a related field post degree if the applicant does not hold a BEd degree.
  • have a GPA of 70% in your last 60 cu of coursework.

Occasionally, students are unable to obtain all six submissions.  Occasionally, there are ways around this.  Contact the Graduate Coordinator.

All Applicants must submit the following:

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  1. Complete the online application form;
  2. Pay the online application fee (more information is provided on the link to the application form).
  3. Three confidential letters of recommendation form GSR 101 are to be submitted online by the referees. Referees are notified by email (when their name and email address is entered in the online application) with instructions for completing and submitting their online letter. If a referee is unable to submit the online letter, the pdf version of GSR 101: Confidential Letter of Recommendation should be used. The hard copy of this form must be received by the department, in a sealed envelope.  Please mail or deliver the form to Graduate Programs Office, Department of Curriculum Studies, College of Education, 28 Campus Drive, Saskatoon SK S7N 0X1.
  4. Transcripts from prior university work, unless your prior university was the University of Saskatchewan. These transcripts must be sent directly from your prior university (without passing through your hands) to Graduate Programs, Department of Curriculum Studies, College of Education, 28 Campus Drive, Saskatoon, SK S7N 0X1
  5. An updated resume, with the focus on your educational background and your teaching experience. This must be emailed or mailed to Graduate Programs, Department of Curriculum Studies, College of Education, 28 Campus Drive, Saskatoon, SK S7N 0X1
  6. A letter of intent, no more than two pages, describing what has pushed you to consider taking a Master of Education in Curriculum Studies or what you would like to learn in your Master of Education in Curriculum Studies. This must be emailed or mailed to Graduate Programs, Department of Curriculum Studies, College of Education, 28 Campus Drive, Saskatoon, SK S7N 0X1
Admission is dependent on whether faculty in the department believe they have the resources to support you in your program. If the department accepts you, the College of Graduate Studies must also accept you. We will send your forms on to the College of Graduate Studies.

Application and admission dates for Canadian Students

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  • Completed application files: initial consideration of applicants occcurs on or before April 1; later applications may be considered if spaces in programs permit.
  • Review of files by the Department of Curriculum Studies: April 15
  • Files sent to College of Graduate Studies and Research for final approval: April 30

Application and Admission dates for International Students

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  • Completed application files: initial consideration of applicants occcurs on or before March 1
  • Review of files by the Department of Curriculum Studies: March 15
  • Files sent to College of Graduate Studies and Research for final approval: April 1

INQUIRIES

For further information please contact the Graduate Coordinator or Graduate Support.

Department of Curriculum Studies
3020 College of Education
28 Campus Drive
University of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon, Sask.
S7N 0X1

Telephone (306) 966-5255
FAX (306) 966-7658