Graduate Registration begins April 12, at 7:00 am NL time.
Please note that GRIP (9991 and 9995) is no longer a requirement for the M. Ed. program.
Spring 2012-2013 Course Information
We regret to remind graduate students that Curriculum Teaching and Learning, and Counselling Psychology are NOT distance programs. Although we try to offer as many web-based courses as possible in any given semester, we do not guarantee a web-based course to all students in non-distance programs.
We will assist candidates in distance programs (Post-Secondary Studies, Diploma of Health Professional Education, and Information Technologies) to register in appropriate courses.
Anyone requesting books to be sent out to them must now order from the following website www.bookstore.mun.ca . Please click on Text Books, choose the text book(s) you wish to order and follow the ordering procedures using your credit card. The books will then be shipped to you from the MUN bookstore.
Tentative Three Year Plan of Course Offerings (presently being updated)
Educational Leadership Studies
Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Studies
- February 1st - Begin program either summer or fall semesters
- September 15th - Begin program winter semester
- $ 40.00
Due to the volume of applications received and the processing procedures involved for each competition we are unable to accept applications received after the advertised programme deadlines.
If you are considering applying for educational leave in order to pursue a Master of Education program, you should first apply to the Faculty. If you are not granted educational leave, but are accepted to the program, you may commence your studies on a part-time basis or request a deferral of admission.
Future Application Deadlines
Memorial University has three semesters per academic year commencing with Fall:
|Fall Semester:||September 1 - December 31|
|Winter Semester:||January 1 - April 30|
|Spring Semester:||May 1 - August 31|
Semester start and other important dates at Cape Breton University may differ from Memorial's. It is the responsibility of students taking CBU courses to note the differing dates for course add, drop, commencement, end, etc.
Tuition Fees and Structure
Please refer to the School of Graduate Studies document:
- Minimum Expenses for Graduate Students
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GSU Health and Dental Plan for Full Time Students and “Opt Out” Information
If you are registered as a full-time student, even for one semester, you are automatically registered in the Graduate Students' Health and Dental Plan.
Details of the plan and forms are available at http://gsumun.ca/index.php?section_id=24
Please note: You must opt out each semester that you do not wish to be covered in this plan.
If you continue as a full-time graduate student, you may opt out for a full academic year in September. Under the current system, you may be required to opt out each year .
Your financial record, available on your student record (registration system at http://www.mun.ca/regoff/), may not accurately reflect the cost of the health and dental plan. Check your Tuition and Fees Assessment, AND check your Account Summary by Term to ensure that you have not been charged unwanted health insurance fees.
Question or problems? Contact email@example.com or phone 709-864-4395.
Off-campus graduate students do not have to pay the $40.00 per semester recreation fee. Usually this includes those taking Web-based courses or part of an off-campus cohort or doing thesis research off campus. Usually Banner will recognize an off-campus mailing address and a non-campus course registration and exempt students automatically.
Students taking even one course on campus must pay the fee but are able to take advantage of the recreation facilities.
Students not automatically exempted will have to apply for an exemption on a form, which is available online from the School of Graduate Studies http://www.mun.ca/sgs/fee_exemption.php. You may also contact Tina Hunt ( Tel: 709-864-3402 ). Completed forms must be forwarded to the Faculty of Education Graduate Programmes office ( E-2007D / Fax: 709-864-4379 ) for processing.
The Graduate Students Union may provide additional information.
Duration of Program
|Maximum of six years||(Masters)|
|Maximum of seven years||(Ph.D)|
Telephone: (709) 864-8553 / 864-8587 / 864-3402