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Courses and Timetables

Elective courses may be selected from across departments at OISE and the University. Advisor/supervisor's approval may be required.


COURSE OFFERINGS

The OISE Graduate Studies Bulletin lists all courses offered at OISE. Research methods courses are indicated with an [RM] next to the title. 
 

TIMETABLES

Course timetables show courses offered in a given session, as well as times, location, and enrolment conditions. You may sort classes by OISE department. 

COURSE REQUIREMENTS BY DEGREE PROGRAM
 

 

* Please note for 2020/2021 Fall / Winter Course Timetable: 

  • Enrolment Control information/release dates:
     
    Fall (F) or Full Year (Y) courses
     
    From July 15 at 6 am to July 28 Spaces may be reserved for specific group(s) of students as stated in the individual Course Comment.
     
    On July 29 Course enrolment is not available; it will reopen at 12 am on July 30 You can add a course to your enrolment cart, but you won’t be able to take any other action. You cannot enrol, drop, modify, or join the waitlist until 2020-07-30 at 12 am.
     
    From July 30 at 12 am to September 8 Any unused spaces are open to other OISE students unless stated otherwise in the individual Course Comment.
     
    Winter (S) courses
     
    From July 15 at 6 am to October 13 Spaces may be reserved for specific group(s) of students as stated in the individual Course Comment.
     
    On October 14 course enrolment is not available - it will reopen at midnight October 15th. You can add a course to your enrolment cart, but you won’t be able to take any other action. You cannot enrol, drop, modify, or join the waitlist until 2019-10-15 at 12 am.
     
    From Oct 15 at 12 am to December 22 Any unused spaces are open to other OISE students unless stated otherwise in the individual Course Comment.
     
  • Overview for SJE3916H Women in Leadership Positions: Intersectionalities and Leadership Practices; Sociological Implications in Education
     
    Exploring women in leadership positions within the context of education will create new pathways of understanding intersectionalities and leadership practices. By weaving women’s leadership practices into learning, knowledge creation discourse, educators as well as learners will have a better understanding of how gender plays out in leadership. The main objective of this course will be to explore different leadership models from a feminist & anti-colonial thought framework in order to create an educational space that develops learners and educators' consciousness in relation to: What is leadership? Does one need to be in a position of authority to be a leader? What does it mean to be a leader from marginalized communities? We shall also examine strategies that different women employ when they find themselves in positions of leadership. In this course, we will explore the questions and issues of women and leadership and how that intersects with schooling from diverse perspectives. Ngunjiri (2010), suggests that women can transform their communities and organizations from within by choosing to work with all stakeholders by navigating through the cultural and organizational challenges, in order to bring a shift of consciousness in communities or organizations. This course seeks to further these analyses and offers insights into how spiritual discourse informs women educators’ everyday leadership practices. The course will concentrate on literature that examines women & leadership; gender and leadership; women in positions of authority etc and knowledge production from historical and contemporary perspectives as well as from a local and global perspective.