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Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Leadership, Societies and Language and Master of Arts (M.A.) in Leadership, Societies and Language (thesis).
Bishop’s School of Education offers a Master of Education Program in Leadership, Societies and Language (non-thesis), designed to meet academic and professional needs of educators and administrators. As well, we offer a Master of Arts Program — Leadership, Societies and Language (thesis) to prepare educational professionals to pursue research-based inquires, often leading to doctoral studies in education.
Courses are given during fall, winter, spring and summer sessions. Throughout the fall, winter and spring, some courses are scheduled on week-ends; during the summer courses are held on week days through July and early August. Some graduate courses have an on-line component in addition to face-to-face sessions given on the Bishop’s campus or at selected locations in school boards of the province.
The M.Ed. and M.A. programs only have a Fall admission. No Winter admissions are possible.
The deadline for applications is April 1st.
**International applicants seeking entry into the program, must submit an application no later than March 1st.
Please contact the School of Education for the application and registration process.
In courses where videoconferencing is offered, students wishing to participate by videoconference must send an email request to the School of Education (email@example.com) after registration to request permission. Please note that we are able to accommodate a limited number of external sites.
Active M.Ed. students must register online and make payment of tuition fees through the online system. Information will be sent by the University Records office.
Please note that we are using your Bishop’s University email address to communicate with you. It is your responsibility to check your BU email account.
*Please note that dates are subject to change should a course be given on an irregular schedule.
For complete details, view the School of Education section of the Academic Calendar.