- Professor and Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences
- L. Phillips
- Professor and Dean of Education
- K. Anderson
The degree of Master of Arts and Education (Education and Francophone Literatures and Cultures) is jointly offered by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Faculty of Education, and is offered by full-time or part-time study.
These regulations should be read in conjunction with the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies of Memorial University of Newfoundland.
The Administrative Committee is responsible for the program. The Committee shall be comprised of the Associate Dean, Graduate Programs in the Faculty of Education (or delegate), the Head of the Department of French and Spanish (or delegate) and one appointed faculty member. The faculty member shall come from either the Faculty of Education or the Department of French and Spanish in alternating years. The Administrative Committee is responsible for admissions and advising students on course selection when appropriate.
To be considered for admission to the Master of Arts and Education (Education and Francophone Literatures and Cultures), an applicant shall normally hold a Bachelor of Education degree, with a concentration in French, from an institution recognized by Senate. Applicants should have a minimum ‘B’ standing or an average of 70% in the last 30 courses attempted and two years of experience teaching French. An appropriate level of proficiency in French is required, and the applicant’s level of competence will be evaluated by the Administrative Committee.