Master of Arts, with a focus in either Family Studies or on Gerontology, is a graduate program at Mount Saint Vincent University, located in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
The School Psychology program balances theory, practice, and research. It builds on foundational psychological and educational knowledge.
The Curriculum Studies program will help you to develop the skills needed to address different student needs by examining how curriculum affects student success.
Our Masters programs in Studies in Lifelong Learning prepare students with knowledge and skills to take leadership roles as lifelong educators.
A master’s degree in Literacy Education gives you the skills to meet the complex demands of fostering literacy learning in schools and community sites.
A graduate degree in Elementary & Middle School education will help you to become a more creative and effective teacher or educational administrator.
A degree in Educational Psychology lets you develop a deep understanding of the ways that people learn and how they acquire new knowledge and skills.
Do you want to become a better educator? MSVU’s Educational Foundations programs looks at how history, philosophy and sociology affect educational theory and practice.
Mount Saint Vincent University’s Master of Arts program in Child and Youth Study will help you to develop an understanding of issues that affect children and youth in our region, in Canada, and around the world. Located in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Master of Arts in Women & Gender Studies at Mount Saint Vincent University, located in Halifax, Nova Scotia.