Graduate Education Cohorts
A cohort is an applied (non-thesis, MEd) degree program. In a cohort, all ten courses are set out for students to take in a specific order. Students in a cohort group take all of their courses together.
Most cohort programs begin in the Fall term and are typically offered part-time, taking two years to complete.
Some programs are offered only using the cohort model. One program (Literacy Education) can be taken as part of a cohort or as a non-cohort program.
- Supporting Learners with Diverse Needs and Exceptionalities (Cohort Only)
- Technology Integration (Cohort Only)
- Education of Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing (Cohort Only)
- Education of Students who are Blind or Visually Impaired (Cohort Only)
- Literacy Education (Cohort and Non-Cohort)