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Ph.D. Course Schedules

Core Ph.D. courses will be available through the summer residency on an annual basis. All elective M.Ed./Ph.D. courses will not necessarily be available on a yearly basis.​


Elective Courses​

Once Ph.D. students have completed their first summer residency they will complete three 3-credit graduate level electives. Generally, Ph.D. students will select courses from the current Graduate Studies in Education course offerings​. A Ph.D. elective, EDUC-6118 Inquiry-based Growth and Development in Educational Sustainability​, may be offered during the summer and is available to Ph.D. students during their second summer residency.

Note: The core M.Ed. courses EDUC-5157 Survey of Research Methods and EDUC-5186 Understanding Education are anti-requisites for Ph.D. students and EDUC-5196 Research Project & Seminar is available to M.Ed. students who choose to complete the program via in the Research Project route.

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Continuous Enrolment
Each term PhD students are required to be registered in one of the following:
  • a 3-credit MEd or PhD course, as required by their program, OR
  • EDUC-6127 PhD Comprehensive Exam, OR
  • EDUC-6999 Dissertation, OR
  • EDUC-0500 GR Ed. Program Continuation*
​*EDUC-0500 GR Ed. Program Continuation is required if the PhD student is on a waitlist for a course and is unsuccessful in enrolling AND is not enrolled in any other course in the same term.  Spring/Summer is considered one term plit into two 6-week sessions; a 6-week spring session and a 6-week summer session.  EDUC-0500 GR Ed. Program Continuation will be available for registration in the summer session, students, therefore, may not be enrolled in the spring session.

NOTE; the term tuition fees for PhD students are posted to their account once they register in one of the above courses.

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