Office of the Registrar
School of Graduate Studies (2011/2012)
9.9 Courses

A selection of the following graduate courses shall be offered to meet the requirements of candidates, as far as the resources of the Faculty allow:

  • 6100 Research Designs and Methods in Education
  • 6105 Social and Cultural Difference and Education
  • 6106 Reading and Teaching Popular Culture
  • 6107 Arts Education: Creativity in the Classroom
  • 6108 Literacy and Language Education
  • 6202 Social Context of Educational Leadership
  • 6203 Leadership: Theory and Practice
  • 6204 Educational Administration: Theory and Practice
  • 6205 Educational Policy: Theory and Practice
  • 6290 Research and Development Seminar in Educational Leadership Studies
  • 6291 Internship in Educational Leadership Studies (6 credit hours)
  • 6292 Project in Educational Leadership Studies (6 credit hours)
  • 6293 Paper Folio in Educational Leadership Studies (6 credit hours)
  • 6300 Teaching and Learning
  • 6321 Supervisory Processes in Education
  • 6330 Educational Finance
  • 6335 Legal Foundations of Educational Administration
  • 6390 Research and Development Seminar in Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Studies
  • 6391 Internship in Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Studies (6 credit hours)
  • 6392 Project in Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Studies (6 credit hours)
  • 6393 Paper Folio in Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Studies (6 credit hours)
  • 6394 Biographical Explorations of Teaching and Learning
  • 6410 Seminar on Philosophical Issues in Educational Policy and Leadership
  • 6420 Ethical Issues and Perspectives in Educational Practice and Policy
  • 6425 Comparative Perspectives in Public Education, Reform, and Leadership
  • 6426 Computer Applications in Educational Administration
  • 6427 School Community Partnerships
  • 6440 Family-School Relations: Leadership and Policy Implications
  • 6465 School Violence: Leadership and Policy Implications
  • 6466 Qualitative Research Methods
  • 6467 Quantitative Research Methods
  • 6468 Critical Approaches to Educational Research
  • 6469 Theoretical and Methodological Foundations of Action Research
  • 6502 Contexts of Music Education
  • 6503 Teaching Music from the Podium
  • 6504 Musicianship, Pedagogy, and Learning
  • 6590 Research and Development Seminar in Information Technology in Education
  • 6600 Learning and Motivation
  • 6602 Curriculum Studies
  • 6603 Place, Ecology and Education
  • 6610 Research on Computers in the Curriculum (Prerequisite: 6620)
  • 6615 Educational Software Prototyping and Evaluation
  • 6620 Issues and Trends in Educational Computing
  • 6630 Critical Issues in Mathematics Education
  • 6632 Current Research in Teaching and Learning of Elementary School Mathematics (Prerequisite: 6630)
  • 6634 Teaching and Learning to Solve Mathematics Problems (Prerequisite: 6630)
  • 6635 Teaching and Learning Geometry
  • 6636 Teaching and Learning the Concept of Number and Operations
  • 6639 Technology and the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics (Prerequisite: 6630)
  • 6641 Writing in the Primary, Elementary and Secondary Schools
  • 6642 Developmental Reading (K-8)
  • 6643 Contemporary Issues in Intermediate and Secondary English
  • 6644 Drama in Education
  • 6645 Literature for Children and Adolescents
  • 6646 Literature in the Secondary School
  • 6647 Diagnosis and Remediation of Reading and Writing Difficulties
  • 6649 Exploring Multiple Literacies
  • 6653 Contemporary Issues in Science Education I
  • 6655 The Nature of Science and Science Education
  • 6658 Teaching and Learning Scientific Concepts, Laws, and Theories
  • 6660 Information Technology
  • 6661 Applications of Media in Education
  • 6662 Research Seminar in Teacher-Librarianship
  • 6663 The Organization of Learning Resources
  • 6664 Seminar in School Improvement
  • 6668 Current Issues in Second Language Education
  • 6669 Graduate Seminar in Second Language Teaching and Learning
  • 6670 Teaching and Learning Social Studies
  • 6671 Research in Social Studies Education
  • 6672 Issues and Trends in Social Studies
  • 6673 Second Language Teaching, Learning and Curriculum (credit may be obtained for only one of Education 6673, the former 6665 or 6667)
  • 6675 Current Issues in Rural Education
  • 6693 Literacy for the Young Child in Home and School
  • 6700 Ethical and Legal Issues in Counselling
  • 6701 Issues and Methodologies in Learning and Developmental Research
  • 6702 Counselling: Theory and Practice
  • 6703 Personal and Professional Development Group (non-credit)
  • 6705 Nature and Development of School Counselling Services
  • 6706 Career Education and Career Counselling
  • 6707 Assessment for Counsellors
  • 6708 Group Counselling: Theory and Practice
  • 6709 Assessment of Intelligence and Learning Skills
  • 6710 Issues in Development and Implementation of Special Education Policy and Practices
  • 6711 Behaviour Modification in the Educational Setting
  • 6712 The Nature and Assessment of Behaviour Disorders in Children and Adolescents
  • 6713 Educational Applications of Contemporary Cognitive Psychology
  • 6714 Principles and Practices in Exceptionality
  • 6715 The Theory and Practice of Peer Helping Programs
  • 6716 Working with Families and Parents
  • 6717 Counselling Adolescents
  • 6718 Elementary School Counselling
  • 6719 Cultural Issues in Counselling
  • 6720 Internship in Counselling Psychology (9 credit hours)
  • 6755 Nature and Assessment of Learning Disabilities
  • 6801 Foundations of Post-Secondary Programs
  • 6802 Adult Learning and Development
  • 6803 Research in Post-Secondary Education
  • 6804 Leadership and Human Resource Development in Post-Secondary Education
  • 6805 Advanced Human Resource Communications
  • 6806 Interprofessional Education in the Health Professions
  • 6807 Economics and Finance of Post-Secondary Education
  • 6822 Foundations of Instructional Design in Post-Secondary Education
  • 6823 Principles of Program Design and Development
  • 6831 Organization and Administration of Student Services for the Adult Learner
  • 6832 Issues and Trends in the Administration of Post-Secondary Education
  • 6841 Student Development Theory, Services and Programs in Post-Secondary Education
  • 6890 Research and Development Seminar in Post-Secondary Studies
  • 6891 Internship in Post-Secondary Studies (6 credit hours)
  • 6900-6910 Special Topics (excluding 6909)
  • 6909 Narrative Approaches to Teaching, Learning and Research
  • 6911 Multiage Education: An Introduction
  • 6912-6950 Special Topics
  • 6913 Practitioner Inquiry/Participatory Action Research (Prerequisite: 6469 Theoretical and Methodological Foundations of Action Research)
  • 6940 Administration of Student Services in Post-Secondary Education