Open up new possibilities for yourself and your students through graduate-level research. Deepen your knowledge of educational foundations and practice. Explore how education is situated in society, politics and economy. Discover new possibilities for greater inclusion of all types of learners.


The degree program is flexible, allowing you to specialize in any relevant area of study. We also offer four formal concentrations:

Candidate experience

Past candidates have given high ratings to the quality of instruction and the thoughtful Christian vision of the program. A combination of online, face-to-face and hybrid courses offers flexibility. The program is intentionally designed to create personal connections with faculty and fellow educators from a range of backgrounds, contexts, and nations. Personal attention and support will enable you to reach further and grow more as you embrace the challenge of extending your professional knowledge and skills. Our commitment to equity, excellence and justice is rooted in a Christian engagement with contemporary education.

Graduate Studies in Education Handbook

This helpful handbook will provide you with an overview of the program, admission and academic policies, details for new students, financial information, resources and services available, and general information.

Course Requirements


Planning and registration guide

The Graduate Program offers courses on a rotating basis.

The methods of delivery will be indicated by:

  • on-line: course taken all on-line OL
  • on campus: on campus for the duration of the course OC
  • hybrid: on-campus, then on-line, finish up on campus Hybrid
  • on campus/on-line: come to campus for first few days of class then complete rest on-line Off-C

Spring 2020

February 3 – May 21, 2020

Summer 2020

Fall 2020

Spring 2021


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