Master of Education en français (M.Ed., M.A.)
|Start date||Application deadline
|September 2015||April 15, 2015 NEW DEADLINE!
Applications are open.
FRENCH LANGUAGE EDUCATION AND DIVERSITY
This Master of Education is a cohort program with courses over a 2-year period offered in French. It is designed for educators, community workers, teachers and school administrators who are involved in French Language educational settings. The program focuses on questions of diversity, as they relate to various (educational) contexts. It highlights research in this field, and engages students to explore applications in their own practice.
two programs offered
||- M.Ed. or M.A. *
- for students in Metropolitan Vancouver
- for students outside of Metro Vancouver
* Master of Education (M.Ed., without thesis),
Master of Arts (M.A., with thesis)
information sessions (IN FRENCH)
To register for information sessions, please send an email to email@example.com.
The presentation will last approximately 30 minutes followed by a question/answer period.
Online information sessions via Blackboard Collaborate:
- Upon registration, you will receive a link by email to join the session. Blackboard Collaborate allows you to do videoconferencing. If you are not familiar with Blackboard Collaborate (video conference), please download the information sheet.
To organize an information session in your school district, please contact Danielle Arcand (firstname.lastname@example.org).
consortium - universities in western canada
Four universities in Western Canada, including SFU, formed a Consortium to pool their resources, facilitate access to their Master's in Education programs in French and offer students a wider choice of courses.
Students in the Master of Education program in French at SFU can take optional additional courses offered by any of the other Consortium partners.
INTERNATIONAL OPTION - France
Students in the Master of Education program in French at SFU can take optional additional online courses offered by our partner university in France : Université François Rabelais de Tours.