Curriculum & Instruction: Health Education and Active Living MEd - Fall 2016

OVERVIEW

Careers with a grad degree in education go beyond K–12 classrooms
Graduate degrees in education aren't solely for teachers. A grad degree in Education at Simon Fraser University (SFU) can help you advance your career, no matter what that career is.

The Master of Education (MEd) in Health Education and Active Living focuses on a holistic, agentic, active living vision of health, vitality and well-being. It is designed for practicing educators who wish to integrate scholarly inquiry with their professional practice and particular interests.

  • Comprehend philosophies, theoretical frameworks, principles and practices of health promotion that are in keeping with the attainment of embodied well-being and the expression of vitality in active living.
  • Develop curricular and instructional understandings used to design, implement and evaluate health promotion programs in schools, community settings and other institutional contexts.

Ideally Suited For

School-based health education and physical education teachers, community leaders, community leisure service workers, hospital personnel such as dieticians and nurses, recreation leaders, holistic health practitioners and college instructors.

  • Location: SFU Surrey
  • Start Term: Fall 2016
  • End Term: Summer 2018
  • Apply from: November 15, 2015
  • Apply by: March 15, 2016
  • Tuition 2017/18: $2,910.88/term
  • Current Program Offerings

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