Master of Education in Curriculum Studies for Health Interprofessionals
Acadia University's Master of Education in Curriculum for Health Interprofessionals is a Curriculum Studies program specifically designed for educators and administrators from health fields. Our program is a collaboration with Dalhousie University's Division of Medical Education. This program is primarily a face-to-face offering with only a small component offered online.
In this part-time program, you'll enhance your skills in teaching, planning, and delivering courses. You will explore classic and contemporary theory and research in curriculum studies to become a more critical, reflective educator.
In our Health Interprofessionals program, you will:
- Study in a classroom setting that is typically offered as a weekly evening session at Dalhousie University. Select course components are available online.
- Advance through the program in a cohort group scheduled part-time over two years. You will complete your courses together in a specified sequence.
- Join a cohort group that welcomes health educators and administrators from a variety of fields. We feel that professional diversity in our cohort group is a strength, and it encourages lively discussion.
- Participate in a proven program first offered in 2009.
Planned Courses for Cohort Starting in September 2018 (tentative list):
- EDUC 5673 Current Research and Theory in Curriculum (Fall 2018)
- EDUC 5513 Research Design (Winter 2019)
- EDUC 5113 Qualitative Research (Spring 2019)
- EDUC 5633 Curriculum Foundations (Summer 2019, online)
- EDUC 5643 Major Theoretical Developments in Curriculum Studies (Summer 2019, online)
- EDUC 5843 Instructional Design (Fall 2019)
- EDUC 5663 Curriculum Practice (Winter 2020)
- EDUC 5053 Project in the Health Profession (Spring 2020)
- EDUC 5303 Principles of Assessment (Summer 2020, online)
- EDUC 5xx3 Innovations in Health Profession Education (Summer 2020)
Our 2018 cohort program will start in Fall 2018.
Application requirements for this MEd program include:
- Online Application
- Application Fee
- Letter of Intent
- Official Transcripts from each post-secondary institution attended
- Two (2) Letters of Reference.
Please visit our Graduate Admissions page to learn more about entry requirements. When you apply, please indicate that you wish to study the Master of Education in Curriculum Studies for Health Interprofessionals in the Notes section of the application.
If you have any questions about the application process for graduate education at Acadia, please contact our Graduate Studies Office by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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All students in the cohort must meet the academic requirements for admission to graduate studies in the School of Education at Acadia University. Please be aware that it is your responsibility to monitor your own program and to ensure that you have met degree requirements.
- Created in partnership with Dalhousie University
- Two-year, part-time program
- Classroom sessions at Dalhousie University
- Thesis option available