Master of Education in Inclusive Education

30 credit-hours

Acadia University's Master of Education in Inclusive Education program will prepare you for a leadership role in inclusive education. Our Inclusive Education program is designed for educators who already possess some background in inclusive schooling and seek to advance into leadership positions.

  • Please NOTE:

    • the current Full time and Part time MEd in Inclusive Education programs are under review and are not accepting new applications at this time.
    • Stay tuned for our new MEd in Inclusive Education (Equity and Social Justice) program being offered as a cohort model starting in Summer 2022.
      • Application details are forthcoming and will appear on this website.
Required Courses (all students)
  • EDUC 50H3 – Introduction to Disability Studies
  • EDUC 5063 – Foundations of Inclusive Education
  • EDUC 5303 – Principles of Assessment for Education
  • EDUC 5513 – Research Design or EDUC 50G3 – Research Literacy
  • Non-thesis students may substitute EDUC 50G3 for EDUC 5513 as their required research course.
  • For students admitted before 2015, EDUC 5123 is also a core (required) course.
Required Courses (thesis and non-thesis)
Non-thesis students

Additional requirements:

  • 18h electives selected from graduate courses offered by the School of Education or approved graduate courses offered by other departments or schools
Thesis students

Additional requirements:

  • 9h electives selected from graduate courses offered by the School of Education or approved graduate courses offered by other departments or schools
  • EDUC 5113 – Qualitative Research in Education or EDUC 5523 – Educational Statistics
  • EDUC 5966 – Graduate Thesis

 

Please be aware that it is your responsibility to monitor your own program and to ensure that you have met degree requirements.

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Features

  • Incorporates a variety of electives
  • Designed for professionals who already have experience in inclusive schooling
  • Deeply explores equity, change, and social difference
  • Thesis option available