Areas of study


Teacher education

Teacher instructing young students in a forest

Our programs will help you guide, inspire and lead the students you'll teach.

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Curriculum studies

Students discuss curriculum changes during a class exercise.

Beyond teaching, we question what is worth knowing and who makes decisions in education.

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Indigenous language revitalization

Student writing

We support communities to retain and revive their own Indigenous language.

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Recreation & health education

Running shoes by the beach

You want to explore the impact of recreation and leisure and health, society, and quality of life.

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Physical education & coaching

Students playing basketball

Help people develop the knowledge and skills necessary to lead active, healthy lives.

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Kinesiology

Kinesiology's anatomy lab

Study physical activity and its impact on health, society, and quality of life.

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Educational psychology

Two students talking

Apply psychological theory and research to learning and instruction.

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Counselling psychology

Student talking on a beach near the fountain.

Develop the skills and understanding necessary to work as a professional counsellor.

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Leadership

Canucks leaders on ice being studied

Broaden your understanding of leadership, education, learning and issues that affect all of us.

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Co-operative education

Undergraduate co-op programs are offered in our Recreation and Health Education and Kinesiology programs in the School of Exercise Science, Physical and Health Education. Visit the co-op website for details.

Departments

The Faculty of Education includes the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, the Department of Indigenous Education, the Department of Educational Psychology and Leadership Studies and the School of Exercise Science, Physical and Health Education.