Graduate Diploma in Education (GDE) programs are designed in collaboration with BC school districts for educators whose primary focus is school-based practice. The GDE provides educators with the opportunity to engage in focused, sustained, reflective inquiry into their practice within a 2-year cohort model. Students can apply to use credits from a completed GDE program towards a Master of Education in Educational Practice (additional one year program).
The Faculty of Education offers a wide variety of master’s degree programs (Master of Arts, Master of Education and Master of Science). Most programs are offered each year starting in the Fall term, while others begin each term, once every two years, or are offered on demand.
The Faculty of Education offers a wide variety of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and Doctor of Education (EdD) degrees. Programs may be offered on a yearly basis, biennially, or even based on demand.
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ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL PATHWAYS
Whether you want to pursue leading-edge research, grow as a practitioner or find a new path, graduate studies prepares you for diverse career paths from the classroom to the community.
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Our students thrive, and lead, in an ever-changing and challenging world. When you study here, you join a diverse community of graduate students from a variety of backgrounds, career pathways and life journeys who will enrich your learning with a tapestry of world views and experiences.
Leading-edge and Community-engaged Research
Through innovative, collaborative, interdisciplinary and community-engaged research, we are enhancing the student experience, inspiring inquiry and improving the practice of teaching and learning.
We bring a deep reverence for Indigenous learning and interconnectedness to everything we do and are committed to meaningful, ongoing reconciliation.
Meet the top research minds across the Faculty who are collaborating to advance the field of education through scholarly inquiry and community-engaged research.