As a graduate student, you are able to pursue our programs through different degree options. Mount Saint Vincent University offers graduate students:
- Master of Education (MEd)
- Master of Arts in Education (MAEd)
- Master of Arts in School Psychology (MA SP), and
- Inter-University Doctoral Program in Educational Studies (PhD)
You can find detailed information about each degree, including admission and program requirements, on the degree options page.
Graduate Education Programs
The Graduate Education program at Mount Saint Vincent University offers several different specialization for you to choose from:
Earn a degree in General Curriculum Studies, Supporting Learners with Diverse Needs & Exceptionalities (SLDNE) or Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL).
Explore how the foundational disciplines of history, philosophy, and sociology of education affect educational theory and practice.
Support learners with varied needs by pursuing a concentration in Education of the Blind and Visually Impaired or Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.
Expand your teaching skills by exploring the relationship between curriculum and teaching in elementary and middle schools.
Develop the advanced skills that will help you meet the complex demands of fostering literacy learning in schools, in community sites, and in a variety of workplaces.
Develop a broad view of learning and teaching that transpires both within and beyond formal schooling contexts.
Balance research, theory, and practice in this two-year, full-time clinical specialty program.
Offered jointly with Acadia University and St. Francis Xavier University, the Mount’s Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program in Educational Studies is composed of foundations of educational inquiry, research paradigms and methodologies, theories, and focused educational studies.