MA in Language & Literacies Education

Are you interested in investigating questions about the relationships of literacies in language or language in literacies across communities, societies, instructional environments and informal learning settings? In this research-based program, you will deepen your knowledge of curriculum, instruction, learning and policies for education in Indigenous, official, international/heritage, and sign languages, as well as in first and additional language and literacies.

Study options
Program length
6 sessions full-time, 10 sessions part-time
Example career pathways
Language and literacy instruction, instructional leadership and program coordination, curriculum design, policy analysis, research, academia
Funding details

Full-time students receive a OISE Graduate Funding Package for their first year of study. Part-time students are self-funded.

OISE's Graduate Funding Package covers the cost of tuition, and helps offset other living expenses. Last year, awards averaged around $25,000 per eligible student.

Basic program requirements
8 half courses
Example courses
Research Colloquium in Language and Literacies Education (CTL3001H)
Second Language Education Research Methods (CTL3807)
New Literacies: Making Multiple Meanings (CTL3034H)