Bachelor of Education (BEd)
Interested in teaching in K-12 schools? We offer the Bachelor of Education (BEd) degree in two different delivery models -- Concurrent and Consecutive -- which also lead to a recommendation to the Ontario College of Teachers for a Certificate of Qualification and Registration.
Bachelor of Education (BEd), Wabaan Indigenous Teacher Education
Interested in completing your Bachelor of Education (BEd) degree with a focus on Indigenous worldviews? The Bachelor of Education (BEd) degree, Wabaan Indigenous Teacher Education will educate a new generation of teachers prepared to address the needs of First Nation, Métis and Inuit students, families and communities.
Bachelor of Education (BEd), Technological Education
Qualified in one of the skilled trades and interested in teaching Technological Education in secondary schools? We offer the Bachelor of Education (BEd) degree in Technological Education! Students who successfully complete the program are recommended to the Ontario College of Teachers for certification.
Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Educational Studies
Interested in teaching and learning outside the K-12 school setting? This undergraduate degree in Educational Studies provides students with a broad understanding of how and why people learn, and what role education plays in society today.
As a student in our Graduate Program in Education, you will enjoy a rich intellectual environment committed to social justice and community-engaged research. Small class sizes, generous funding, excellent teaching and internationally-recognized faculty make the Graduate Program in Education an exciting place to complete graduate study.
Master of Education (MEd)
Interested in developing your knowledge in the field of education through coursework and/or original research? Completing a Master of Education (MEd) degree will help you to expand your skills, knowledge and experiences!
Master of Leadership and Community and Engagement (MLCE)
This innovative new Master of Leadership and Community Engagement (MLCE) is a part-time professional Masters degree that prepares graduates to advance in leadership roles in public sector organizations with a focus on community engagement and innovation. The program is designed for those who are currently working in related educational settings, community organizations and other public sector areas such as healthcare, child and youth services, libraries, arts, cultural institutions and recreational programs.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Education
Interested in developing your expertise and conducting primary research in order to make a meaningful contribution to the fields of education, community, teaching and learning? Completing a PhD in Education: Language, Culture and Teaching will provide you with the skills and mentorship to conduct research and make a contribution!
Graduate students can complete a graduate diploma concurrently with a graduate degree in Education (Masters or PhD) or as a stand-alone program.
Deaf & Hard of Hearing Teacher Education Program
If you are a qualified teacher who is interested in teaching students who are deaf or hard of hearing, our program prepares you to work in a variety of K-12 educational programs and across the full range of communication/modality options. Students who complete the program are awarded a post-baccalaureate diploma and additional qualifications from the Ontario College of Teachers.