ED-D 503 (1.5)
ED-D 514 (1.5)
ED-D 518 (1.5)
ED-D 519C (1.5)
ED-D 519H (1.5)
ED-D 519L (1.5)
ED-D 519N (1.5)
ED-D 522 (3.0)
ED-D 523 (3.0)
ED-D 561A (1.5)
ED-D 597 (1.5)
ED-D 598 (3.0)
Electives may be taken from several sources. Each year additional courses in counselling are taught, generally on a rotating basis from the ED-D 519 series. Graduate courses are offered by other sections of the Department of Educational Psychology and Leadership Studies (i.e. Learning and Development, Special Education, ­Measurement, Evaluation and Computer Applications). As well, there is a range of courses being offered in other graduate programs across campus.
ED-D 503 (1.5)
ED-D 514 (1.5)
ED-D 518 (1.5)
ED-D 519C (1.5)
ED-D 519H (1.5)
ED-D 519L (1.5)
ED-D 519N (1.5)
ED-D 522 (3.0)
ED-D 523 (3.0)
ED-D 560 (1.5)
ED-D 561A (1.5)
ED-D 599 (6.0)
Electives may be taken from several sources. Each year additional courses in counselling are taught, generally on a rotating basis from the ED-D 519 series. Graduate courses are offered by other sections of the Department of Educational Psychology and Leadership Studies (i.e., Learning and Development, Special Education, Measurement, Evaluation and Computer Applications). As well, there is a range of courses being offered in other graduate programs across campus.
ED-D 525 (1.5)
ED-D 518 (1.5)
ED-D 519C (1.5)
ED-D 514 (1.5)
ED-D 522 (3.0)
ED-D 523 (3.0)
ED-D 519R (1.5)
ED-D 519L (1.5)
ED-D 564 (1.5)
ED-D 519P (1.5)
ED-D 521 (1.5)
ED-D 519S (1.5)
ED-D 597 (1.5)
ED-D 598 (3.0)
ED-D 525 (1.5)
ED-D 518 (1.5)
ED-D 519C (1.5)
ED-D 514 (1.5)
ED-D 522 (3.0)
ED-D 523 (3.0)
ED-D 519R (1.5)
ED-D 519L (1.5)
ED-D 564 (1.5)
ED-D 519P (1.5)
ED-D 521 (1.5)
ED-D 519S (1.5)
ED-D 560 (1.5)
ED-D 599 (6.0)
The MEd degree is a primarily course based applied degree that culminates in a major project or paper. The MEd is useful for persons seeking employment or advancement in applied educational settings, community organizations, or the Ministry of Education. Projects and papers emphasize the application of theory and research to practice. The MEd program is useful for applicants who are interested in the development and evaluation of programs and services. Please note that MEd students who wish admission into doctoral programs generally require additional research method courses and must demonstrate their research and writing skill.
Learning, Development and Instructional Sciences Focus Area Requirements (MA and MEd)
Required Courses (12 units)
ED-D 508 (1.5)
Theories of Learning in Educational Psychology
ED-D 509 (1.5)
ED-D 505 (1.5)
Advanced Concepts in Human Development
ED-D 506 (1.5)
ED-D 560 (1.5)
ED-D 561A (1.5)
3.0 units in Advanced Learning and Development composed of:
ED-D 570 (1.5)
ED-D 591A (1.5)
Elective Courses (3 units)
ED-D 598 (3.0)
ED-D 597 (1.5)
ED-D 599 (6.0)
ED-D 500 (1.5)
ED-D 508 (1.5)
Theories of Learning in Educational Psychology
ED-D 505 (1.5)
Advanced Concepts in Human Development
ED-D 506 (1.5)
ED-D 560 (1.5)
ED-D 561A (1.5)
ED-D 501 (1.5)
ED-D 503 (1.5)
ED-D 562 (1.5)
ED-D 591B (1.5)
ED-D 598 (3.0)
ED-D 597 (1.5)
ED-D 599 (6.0)
ED-D 500 (1.5)
ED-D 508 (1.5)
ED-D 505 (1.5)
ED-D 506 (1.5)
ED-D 560 (1.5)
ED-D 561A (1.5)
ED-D 515 (1.5)
ED-D 516 (1.5)
ED-D 568 (1.5)
ED-D 569 (1.5)
ED-D 571 (1.5)
ED-D 598 (3.0)
ED-D 597 (1.5)
ED-D 599 (6.0)
ED-D 531 (1.5)
ED-D 533D (1.5)
ED-D 538A (1.5)
ED-D 539A (1.5)
ED-D 561B (1.5)
ED-D 598 (3.0)
Up to 3.0 units can be in the form of an Independent Directed Study (ED-D 590) and the student is required to find the instructor to teach this course.
Compulsory Comprehensive Examination(1.5 units): ED-D 597 is the final requirement of the program, which is set three times each year in November, April and late-August. It consists of a three hour written exam in which a candidate is expected to demonstrate the synthesis and application of concepts and theories in Leadership Studies.
ED-D 531 (1.5)
ED-D 533D (1.5)
ED-D 538A (1.5)
ED-D 539A (1.5)
ED-D 599 (6.0)
Up to 3.0 units can be in the form of an Independent Directed Study (ED-D 590) and the student is required to find the instructor to teach this course.
Advanced doctoral studies in Educational Psychology with special focus in one of the following: Special Education; Learning, Development and Instructional Sciences; or Measurement, Evaluation and Computer Applications.
The LATHE Graduate Certificate is a 6.0 unit program that is designed for Doctoral students who will be pursuing a career in post-secondary teaching or in other settings where extensive teaching of adults occurs. By completing a series of courses, workshops and guided experiences, students will acquire knowledge of current research, theory and pedagogical skills that will enable them to become effective instructors in higher-education and similar settings.
Students normally will enroll in the LATHE program concurrently with their discipline-based Doctoral studies. During the certificate, students take ED-D 600 (1.5) Learning and Teaching in Higher Education; ED-D 605 (3.0) Educational Psychology: Apprenticeship in Teaching in Higher Education; and ED-D 610 (1.5) Contemporary Issues in Higher Education.