Our graduate students benefit from our small classes, knowledgeable instructors, hands-on experiences, and an exciting curriculum. Whether they are interested in supporting learning in formal education institutions, families, communities, or workplaces, students find our program rich, engaging, and pertinent. Our students come from many different educational and workplace backgrounds. The common denominator is that they are interested in how learning occurs across the lifespan. Often they are currently involved or would like to become involved in teaching other adults.
Connect Through Practicum
Students in the Studies in Lifelong Learning program at Mount Saint Vincent University gain practical experience through a practicum. The practicum is a full unit course that provides students with an opportunity to take some of the concepts, theories and ideas that they have learned about in the program and put them into practice. Over the course of two semesters, students will work with their practicum instructor and a mentor at their practicum site to develop and carry out a “hands-on” project that fits with their particular interests.
The practicum requires approximately a hundred and fifty hours of work, is voluntary (so no payment can be received for this work), and is usually done with a community organization although sometimes it is done in the student’s place of work, provided the practicum tasks are clearly above and beyond work that they would be paid for.
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- The Historical Legacy of Studies in Lifelong Learning
- Contemporary Perspectives in the Study of Lifelong Learning
- Lifelong Learning Processes
- Graduate Seminar in Lifelong Learning
- Lifelong Learning and Culture
- Methods for Fostering Lifelong Learning
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- 18 months
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DisciplinesEducation Educational Research Liberal Arts View 134 other Masters in Education in Canada
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Students admitted to the Master of Education or Master of Arts in Education program will possess a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent with a minimum overall average of B (GPA 3.0). Both MEd and MA candidates are required to write a short essay in which they outline their reasons for wanting to undertake graduate study in studies in lifelong learning. All students should also demonstrate a commitment to studies in lifelong learning in their professional or community roles and work. MA candidates should demonstrate advanced research and writing competencies. Candidates may be asked to submit samples of academic writing to verify adequate preparation for MA work.
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International13304 CAD/moduleTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 13304 CAD per module during 18 months.
National6326 CAD/moduleTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 6326 CAD per module during 18 months.
- National: (6 courses) $6,326
- International: (6 courses) $13,304
Living costs for Halifax
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
Studyportals Tip: Students can search online for independent or external scholarships that can help fund their studies. Check the scholarships to see whether you are eligible to apply. Many scholarships are either merit-based or needs-based.
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Apply and win up to €10000 to cover your tuition fees.