Undertaking a Master in Education at Acadia University is a different and more personal experience than can be found at larger institutions. At Acadia, you'll be immersed in a welcoming, technology-rich learning environment, and supported with personal and responsive client service. Our graduate students have a unique opportunity to form close working relationships with their instructors, fellow students, and other faculty in their program. We provide intellectually challenging, critically responsive, and innovative teacher education that fosters our students' academic achievement and personal development.
Open Acadia, in collaboration with our Graduate Studies Office, supports Acadia's School of Education in providing full-time and part-time students with study options that meet their diverse needs. Graduate courses in education are offered as fall, winter, spring, and summer courses in locations around Nova Scotia (and beyond), as well as through a selected number of online courses.
Cohorts are available in collaboration with specific school boards or groups, and generally involve summer study at the Acadia campus.
Specialized Master of Education in Curriculum Studies cohort programs (with cohort-specific application deadlines), are also available in the following areas:
Applications are made through our Graduate Studies office.
More information, including typical deadlines, is available here: Guidelines and FAQs.
Note: It is the student's responsibility to monitor their own program and to ensure that they have met degree requirements.