Office of the Registrar
School of Graduate Studies (2013/2014)
10.2 Program of Study
  1. Candidates for the Master of Education (Educational Leadership Studies, Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Studies) shall be required to complete a minimum of:

    1. 18 credit hours plus a thesis; or

    2. 24 credit hours plus an internship report, a project report or a paper folio; or

    3. 30 credit hours on the comprehensive-course route.

    Candidates for the Master of Education (Post-Secondary Studies) shall be required to complete a minimum of:

    1. 18 credit hours plus a thesis; or

    2. 24 credit hours plus an internship; or

    3. 30 credit hours on the comprehensive-course route.

    Candidates for the Master of Education (Counselling Psychology) shall be required to complete a minimum of:

    1. 30 credit hours (which include an internship) plus a thesis; or

    2. 36 credit hours (which include an internship) on the comprehensive-course route.

    Candidates for the Master of Education (Information Technology) shall be required to complete a minimum of:

    1. 18 credit hours plus a thesis; or

    2. 30 credit hours on the comprehensive-course route.

  2. Candidates may apply for transfer of course credits. All course transfers require the approval of the Dean, on the recommendation of the Dean of Education, and are subject to General Regulation, Program Requirements, Transfer of Course Credits of the School of Graduate Studies.

    1. A candidate with full-time status may register for a maximum of 12 credit hours in any regular semester and a maximum of 6 credit hours in intersession or summer session.

    2. A candidate with part-time status may register for a maximum of 3 credit hours in any semester or session, excluding summer session, when 6 credit hours are permitted.

    3. Candidates may register for additional courses in a semester or session with the permission of the Office of the Associate Dean of Graduate Programs in Education.

  3. Before submission of the proposal for thesis, project, internship, or paper folio, a Supervisory Committee shall be recommended by the Dean of Education, in consultation with the candidate, and approved by the Dean. The Supervisory Committee shall consist of the Supervisor and at least one other member.

    The function of the Supervisory Committee shall be to approve the proposal for the thesis, project, internship, or paper folio, and to exercise supervision in the conduct of the study on behalf of the Faculty, subject to the final approval of the Dean.