Master of Education (MEd) - Edmonton, Alberta

The University of Portland School of Education has over 25 years of experience educating and assisting education professionals in the Edmonton area through its master of education (MEd) in educational leadership program. The MEd in educational leadership provides licensed teachers with an opportunity to engage in advanced preparation for teacher leadership. Students in this program must complete a residency requirement at the University of Portland campus.

MEd Educational Leadership Requirements - 36 hours

MEd Core Requirements - 15 hrs
ED 550 Professional Growth and Development (3 hrs)
ED 551 Social and Cultural Foundations (3 hrs)
ED 555 Teacher as Researcher (3 hrs)
ED 558 Educational Research for Improved Student Learning (3 hrs)
ED 598 M.Ed. Capstone Project (3 hrs)

MEd Educational Leadership Specialty Requirements - 21 hrs
ED 570 Curriculum Development and Implementation (3 hrs)
ED 571 Enhancing Classroom Relationships (3 hrs)
ED 573 Quality Teaching and Peer Consultation (3 hrs)
ED 574 Models of Leadership (3 hrs)
ED 575 Transforming Schools and Systemic Change (3 hrs)
ED 578 Improving the Instructional Process (3 hrs)
ED 5XX Elective (3 hrs)

Tuition and Financial Aid

For program tuition information, see the Graduate Tuition Rates and Scholarships webpage. Tuition assistance, grants and coverage of living expenses for Edmonton, Alberta students enrolled in the MEd educational leadership program are available through Student Aid Alberta.

Program Contact

Anne Rasmussen
Academic Specialist for Graduate Programs and Licensure
Toll Free: 1.800.563.3633

Jeff Johnson, Edmonton Site Coordinator

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The MEd Educational Leadership program in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada is offered pursuant to the written approval of the Minister of Advanced Education and Technology, effective September 2010, having undergone a quality assessment process and been found to meet the criteria established by the Minister. Nevertheless, prospective students are responsible for satisfying themselves that the program and the degree will be appropriate to their needs (for example, acceptable to potential employers, professional licensing bodies, or other educational institutions).