The Master of Education in Educational Studies (MES) program is a part-time, course-based graduate degree program for working educators, delivered through a blend of face-to-face and online distance instruction. This program is a non-departmental faculty offering with the following cohorts:

  • Edmonton Cohort (for K-12 teachers, educational administrators and other district leaders employed in K-12 school jurisdictions). Summer 2015 intake. Download our Edmonton Cohort handout.
  • Grande Prairie Cohort (for K-12 teachers, educational administrators and other district leaders employed in K-12 school jurisdictions). Summer 2015 intake. Download our Grande Prairie Cohort handout.
  • Bonnyville Cohort (for K-12 teachers, educational administrators and other district leaders employed in K-12 school jurisdictions). Summer 2015 intake. Download our Bonnyville Cohort handout.
  • St. Joseph's College Cohort (for K-12 teachers, educational administrators in catholic education contexts). Summer 2015 intake. Download our St. Joseph's College Cohort handout.
  • International Baccalaureate Cohort (for International Baccalaureate K-12 teachers and educational administrators ). Summer 2015 intake. Download our International Baccalaureate handout.
  • Edmonton Post-Secondary Cohort (for instructors employed at post-secondary institutions). Summer 2016 intake (normally this strand runs every other year). Download our Post-Secondary handout

 

 

 

News

  1. Applications for Summer 2015 Cohorts

    October 28 2014

  2. Cohort online applications for summer 2015

    June 02 2014

    We are taking online applications for the Summer 2015 for K - 12 Cohort intake as of November 1. The deadline for applying to our cohorts is March 31, 2015. International students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible to make arrangements to enter Canada. This year, we will have 5 cohort running.

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