The master of education in educational practice (MEd EP) is a professional degree that is available on completion of the two-year graduate diploma in advanced professional studies in education (GDE).
Students admitted to the program within five years of completing the GDE can apply to receive up to 15 units of advance credit from their GDE.
Applicants must satisfy the University admission requirements as stated in Graduate General Regulations 1.3 in the SFU Calendar. For additional requirements and application information, see the website at http://www.sfu.ca/education/gs/degreediploma/masters/edpracticefp.html.
This program consists of courses and a comprehensive examination for a minimum of 35 units.
Students must complete
Graded on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis.
and one of
Explores the landscapes of practitioner inquiry, including its histories, affiliated paradigms and approaches, as well as ethical considerations. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the MEd in Educational Practice program.
We 4:30 PM – 9:20 PM
Fr 4:30 PM – 9:20 PM
Sa 9:00 AM – 4:20 PM
EDB 7610, Burnaby
EDB 7610, Burnaby
This course introduces students to qualitative research in education and examines topics such as identifying problems, using conceptual frameworks, coding, data analysis, drawing interpretations, and constructing arguments.
and a minimum of 15 graduate units of EDUC course work as determined by the Field Programs coordinator
and a comprehensive examination
The comprehensive examination normally occurs in the term in which course requirements are completed.
Students are expected to complete the program requirements within three terms. Students normally progress through this one-year program as a cohort.
Academic Requirements within the Graduate General Regulations
All graduate students must satisfy the academic requirements that are specified in the Graduate General Regulations, as well as the specific requirements for the program in which they are enrolled.