The Master of Arts in Education is designed for teachers who are seeking to enhance their classroom skills, become curriculum supervisors, or assume leadership roles in many educational settings. 


There are two concentrations in this degree:


  • Curriculum and Instruction 
  • Educational Leadership 


Students will acquire practical and academic skills in analysis, communication, problem solving, critical thinking, and team building. 


We want to prepare educators who are competent in their field, compassionate in their approach, and committed to their profession and to the pursuit of truth, with the aim of promoting the balanced development of the spiritual, mental, physical, and social dimensions of their learners.

To find out more about the program, you can email the Interim Dean of the Faculty of Education.

Jeanette Bryson, PhD

Interim Dean of Faculty of Education