Resources & FAQ
Policies and Procedures
2012/2013 EDCI Graduate Timetable
2012/2013 EDCI Thesis/Project/Dissertation Course and CRN Listing
Graduate Course Change form
Graduate Request for Proforma (Directed Study)
Information for Graduate Students in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Continuity of Registration
Graduate Admissions and Records Forms
General FGS Regulations
Regulations Concerning Fees for Graduate Programs
Graduate Degree Time Limits
Tuition and Fee Assessments
What are the areas of study offered by the Department of Curriculum and Instruction?
We offer degrees in the following areas:
- Curriculum Studies
- Social Cultural and Foundational Studies
- Language and Literacy
- Music Education
- Mathematics Education
- Science Education
- Social Studies Education
- Art Education
All of the above are offered at a MA, MEd or PhD level
What's the difference between an MEd and MA degree?
- The MEd is designed to enable educator to prepare a project that can be used in educational settings.
- The MA is a research-based degree where the candidate studies and researches a particular question.
How much does a MA/MEd degree cost?
The MEd and MA degrees each cost $8200* to complete. See the Faculty of Graduate Studies site for more details.
*Subject to change
How do I apply?
We accept applications online or in hard copy. More information is available on the Graduate Admissions and Records site.