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With programs grouped under four distinct yet interrelated areas of scholarship within the broader field of educational studies, OISE’s new departments are comprehensive, with each contributing to both graduate and undergraduate programs and research.
Effective July 1, 2012 OISE's four academic departments are:
APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
The Department of Applied Psychology & Human Development (APHD) is dedicated to basic and applied research and graduate training in the areas of human development, teacing special education, educational psychology, and clinical and counseling psychology pertaining to children, adolescents, and adults.
Child Study & Education (MA)
Counselling Psychology (MEd, EdD)
Counselling & Clinical Psychology (MA, PhD)
Developmental Psychology & Education (MEd, MA, PhD)
School & Clinical Child Psychology (MA, PhD)
CURRICULUM, TEACHING & LEARNING
The Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning
(CTL) is the largest of four departments within OISE. With a diverse community of tenured, tenure-stream faculty, and lecturers, the department offers a wide range of graduate courses and programs relating to academic scholarship and professional practice.
SOCIAL JUSTICE EDUCATION
The Department of Social Justice Education (SJE) is an intellectual community committed to producing and advancing knowledge on social justice education in Canada and beyond boundaries. We understand social justice education as a robust term, allowing for diverse meanings and methodologies.
LEADERSHIP, HIGHER & ADULT EDUCATION
The Department of Leadership, Higher and Adult Education (LHAE) is one of the largest graduate departments at the University of Toronto, and is home to three of OISE's graduate programs: Adult Education, Educational Leadership & Policy, and Higher Education. We are also home to three collaborative programs in which students can pursue interdisciplinary work: Educational Policy; Comparative, International and Development Education; and Workplace Learning and Social Change.
With additional options contributing to both graduate and undergraduate programs and research.
web-based distance education at OISE.
LIFE AT OISE
Teacher education is central to OISE’s educational mission, and currently there are three program pathways leading to the teaching profession, one undergraduate and two graduate:
Graduate Teacher Education Programs:
Undergraduate Teacher Education Program:
The University of Toronto
Concurrent Teacher Education Program (CTEP)
CTEP is no longer accepting applications.
See: Realignment of Teacher Education at OISE.