Curriculum & Instruction: Post-Secondary (VCC) MEd - Summer 2016


This program leads to a Master of Education (MEd) degree and is intended for instructors currently engaged in the post-secondary system or similar educational activities.

Students in this two-year program will examine current issues, practices, theories, and policies concerning curricular and instructional leadership in various practical educational settings.

It provides students with an opportunity to investigate the social, political, and philosophical conditions of teaching, learning, and curricular leadership in the post-secondary environment.

During the program, students will plan, implement, reflect upon, and evaluate their use of innovative ideas in practice.

Ideally Suited For

The program is suitable for current or new instructors in post-secondary institutions, colleges and institutes as well as those involved in similar activities involving adult education.


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