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Prospective Students

Graduate, Additional Qualifications and Initial Teacher Education

 

  1. Admissions & Registration
  2. Online Programs & Courses
    1. Graduate Studies
    2. Initial Teacher Education
    3. Additional Qualifications
  3. New to Online or Troubleshooting?
  4. What technology do you need to access online courses?

Refer to either the graduate or continuing education calendar for details about fully online course offerings that can be earned toward your graduate degree or your additional teacher qualifications record. Apply for admission to any OISE program through the Registrar's office.
 

Admission & Registration 

Online programs & courses require the same registration procedures as any regular on-campus program or course.

Graduate Studies
Additional Qualifications
Initial Teacher Education

 

Online Programs & Courses 

  Graduate Studies Additional Qualifications Initial Teacher Education
Fully Online
Courses
  • The Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning (CTL) currently offers the widest variety of fully online course offerings.
  • There are also courses offered regularly by the other Departments.

For a list of individual courses currently offered online consult:  

Continuing Education at OISE, offers a large selection fully- and partially- online courses. The distance program is well established with over 200 Additional Qualifications Courses running annually.

 

  • There are NO fully-online course offerings within these programs. 
  • Graduate ITE (MT or MA) may permit candidates to select distance courses as part of their elective requirements. Students should contact their program or department for further information.
Blended
Courses

Instructors may choose to use an online learning environment for their face-to-face course.

Instructors may choose to use an online learning environment for their face-to-face course.

Instructors may choose to use an online learning environment for their face-to-face course.

* Doctoral programs (Ph D and Ed D) are not available solely by means of distance education. Registered doctoral students may take some distance education courses as part of their program.

 

New to Online or Troubleshooting?

A computer and Internet connection form the basic technical requirements. Check out the student and toolbox sections of this site for more information about processes and technologies.

What technology do you need to access online courses?

Check out the Getting Online page to get a headstart on all you need to start the semester.

All students will need to have an active UTORid to access their courses on Blackboard, and a valid @utoronto.ca email address to receive communication from their instructors.

Also, download and review the orientation Student technology checklist