Information Sessions and Webinars
Are you a prospective student interested in learning more about graduate programs in Education?
Join us at an Info Session or Webinar to learn more about our diverse range of graduate program offerings. Events are added to this page throughout the year, so be sure to check back often. We look forward to meeting you!
Programs start Fall 2020 (September)
Join us for a one hour information session to learn about this Master of Arts (MA), Master of Education (MEd) program. This program is designed for students who wish to study and develop expertise in an equity framework for education. The program conceptualizes education broadly as a concept that includes schooling, but also includes other social forces that shape knowledge in society.
Join us for a one hour information session to learn about this two-year Master of Education (MEd) program. This program emphasizes active and interactive ways of maintaining health, vitality and well-being. It is designed for professionals who wish to integrate scholarly inquiry with their personal and professional aspirations.
Join us for a one hour information session to learn about this two-year Master of Education (MEd) program. The program focuses on understanding how learners’ imaginations develop and exploring ways to engage and grow imagination in learning the material of the curriculum.
Join us for a one hour information session to learn this two-year Masters in Education program. It is designed for elementary and middle school teachers who wish to explore innovations in mathematics education, examine multiple perspectives on teaching and learning of mathematics, and enhance their own teaching of mathematics. Through guided methodologies they will also be scaffolded in the implementation of this research and innovations into their practice.
|Mon, Jan 20, 2020||3:30–4:30 PM||Online Webinar|
Join us for a one hour information session to learn about this two-year Masters in Education program. It will be held in Prince George and is designed for students to engage in conduction research projects in their local classrooms and communities, study educational leadership theories and practices, organizational theory, and policy processes—development and implementation.
|Wed, Dec 11, 2019||5:00–6:00 PM||College of New Caledonia, Room 2-121, 3330-22nd Avenue, Prince George|
Graduates from our Master’s programs share their best memories at Convocation.
Watch MEd Graduates Talk about their Experiences.