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The M.Ed course-based route is designed to prepare applicants for careers as specialist practitioners and consultants. The program focuses on reading, writing and oral language disabilities. Students are expected to take one course at a time for two years. The first course is offered on campus for two weeks in the summer and the rest of the courses are offered online. Applicants will be assigned an advisor after admission to the program.
The M.Ed thesis-based route is designed to prepare applicants for careers as researchers, academics, consultants, and specialist practitioners. Programs are individualized, depending upon the applicant's prior education, experience, and interests. Applicants must secure a supervisor prior to submitting an application to the program.
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1. Curriculum Vitae (Resume)
2. Statement of Intent (2 pages)
3. Transcripts (from all post-secondary institutions attended)
4. Three Letters of Reference
5. Proof of English Language Proficiency
Applicants must: have obtained a four-year baccalaureate degree, or its equivalent, offered by a recognized degree-granting institution of higher education in Canada, a regionally accredited institution of higher education in the United States, or a University in another country acceptable to the Admissions Committee; have acquired some practical experience in the application of special education (e.g., classroom, community, clinical contexts); provide three letters of reference; two of which must be from someone knowledgeable about the applicant's abilities and potential to pursue academic work. provide a statement of intent indicating general areas of research and applied interest, previous scholarly activity, and plans upon graduation; and have secured a supervisor for their program.
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