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OISE Master of Education Programs Enhance Your Professional Knowledge and Practice

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Explore our Master of Education Programs

 Department of Applied Psychology and Human Development
  • Counselling Psychology
         Fields of study: Counselling & Psychotherapy  |  Guidance and Counselling | Global Mental Health and Counselling Psychology
 Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning
 Department of Leadership, Higher and Adult Education
  • Higher Education
         Fields of study: Higher Education  |  Education in the Professions  |
         Student Development and Student Services in Higher Education
 Department of Social Justice Education

About our Master of Education degree

Our Master of Education programs offer flexible academic and professional learning opportunities, and are available on a full-time or part-time basis.  With an OISE MEd, you will enhance and expand your career options within and beyond the field of education in Canada and internationally.

I am not a teacher -- what can a Master of Education degree do for me?

An MEd degree has the potential to expand your horizons. These degrees can help you develop your career path in areas such as:

  • educational consulting
  • administration
  • policy analysis
  • community development
  • child advocacy
  • educational leadership in settings such as post-secondary institutions, museums, government, non-profit agencies and the private sector
  • counselling and psychotherapy

I am already a teacher -- why should I pursue a Master of Education degree?

The modern educator is called upon to be a reflective practitioner and a life-long learner. Our Master of Education degrees provide you the opportunity to:

  • Reflect on your current practices as an educator through the lens of relevant research and theory in order to develop more enriched, meaningful and skilled approaches for your future professional practices.
  • Expand your knowledge into issues that matter to you and your professional practice.
  • Cultivate career pathways towards roles in leadership, administration and policy within the school system.