M Ed Program Overview
A program committed to social justice, Aboriginal, anti-racist, lifelong, and ecological education.
As a MEd student, you will have the opportunity to explore:
- Social and ecological justice through education.
- Aboriginal and anti-racist approaches to education.
- Diverse foundational studies in education such as anthropology, history, philosophy, and sociology.
- Critical perspectives on educational theory and practice.
- Intellectual and social engagement within a diverse community of scholars and researchers.
The Department of Educational Foundation's MEd graduates teach in teacher education programs; are employed in institutions of higher learning; coordinate academic programs; work with Indigenous organizations and First Nations governments; assume professional responsibilities in school systems as teachers, principals, vice-principals, superintendents, and directors; engage in school-community development; provide leadership in inter-professional and lifelong learning, and work for professional teacher organizations. This is just a sample of the many interesting career options that are available to graduates of the MEd program.
The Department of Educational Foundations Integrated Master of Education in Social & Ecological Justice Education offers the following options for Master's programs: