Jump to Main Content
Decrease font size Reset font size Increase font size

​Why Choose a Master of Education (M.Ed) in the ​
Curriculum & Pedagogy Program?

Become part of a professional community of educators while you complete your Masters of Education degree.​

Exceptional courses:  Enjoy courses that explore different aspects of teaching and learning.  We offer courses in aboriginal education, equity and diversity issues, educational technology, curriculum, environmental education and more. Think critically about both the possibilities and challenges surrounding issues that matter in education.  Take courses in the following C&P program Emphases and have the Emphasis reflected on your transcript: Critical Studies in Curriculum and Pedagogy; Arts in Education; Digital Technologies in Education, Indigenous Education and Decolonization; Qualitative Methodologies; Science Math and Technologies in Education; and the Wellbeing Emphasis.

Small, interactive classes:  Our seminar-style classes typically consist of 15 to 25 students. Our professors are accomplished instructors who use interactive, constructivist pedagogies. 

Engaging discussions of contemporary educational issues:  Learn what the latest research tells us about best teaching practices.  Debate key questions facing today's educational professionals.

Flexible course selection:  Design a program that meets your needs.  Choose from a wide array of courses, both within the program and from programs in other OISE departments.

Flexible scheduling:  Pursue your M.Ed degree part-time or full-time, to fit your schedule. Courses are offered year-round, day and evenings, with many courses offered online.

World renowned faculty:  Learn from leading Canadian educational researchers. Think critically ​about issues that matter in education.

Connect with other educational professionals:  The C&P M.Ed program attracts educational professionals from many different fields.  In our courses you will become part of a professional learning community consisting of teachers, librarians, health workers, and wide variety of other professionals who, like yourself, are committed to learning more about education.

Collaborative Specializations:  Interested in interdisciplinary study? UofT offers collaborative specializations which involve the cooperation of two or more graduate units (i.e Departments, programs, or centres).  Students admitted to C&P have the opportunity to discover the research possibilities available with the following collaborative programs: 

Become part of a vibrant community: Learn more about us! Explore our CTL Student Association Facebook page, our CTL Twitter feed, our CTL Student Association Twitter feed, and the OISE Twitter feed.