Our North Bay Campus is home to state-of-the-art facilities like the Harris Learning Library and the R.J. Surtees Student Athletics Centre. Customize your learning experience in our Applied and Professional Studies, Arts and Science, and Education degree programs.
As of Friday, June 24, 2016, the Muskoka Campus was closed. All programs have been moved and are now offered at the North Bay Campus. Please direct any inquiries to:
100 College Drive
North Bay, ON P1B 8L7
Tel: 705.474.3450, ext.4200
Toll Free (within Ontario): 800.655.5154
The Concurrent Education program at our Brantford Campus is offered in partnership with Laurier Brantford. Graduates receive an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Society, Culture & Environment from Laurier Brantford and a Bachelor of Education from Nipissing.
Core courses: (3 credits each)
Core courses will be available through the summer institutes on an annual basis. All elective courses will not necessarily be available on a yearly basis.
Three 3-credit graduate level electives are selected from the current Graduate Studies in Education course offerings. Students should refer to the proposed course offering list for an up to date list of available;elective courses.
The comprehensive examination will take place after most course work, as well as, the required reading in the areas covered by the questions has been completed. Normally the comprehensive examination will be completed before the student presents his/her Research proposal and begins work on the dissertation. (EDUC6999 Research Thesis).
This course provides an opportunity for critiquing educational research methodologies and methods across time using a constructivist paradigm to link past and future practice. Through readings and class conversations, issues and perspectives are shared and developed with an eye to expanding the boundaries of educational research for the 21st century.
This course provides an opportunity for critiquing a range of educational theorizing across time using a constructivist paradigm to link past and future practice. Through readings and class conversations, issues and perspectives are shared and developed with an eye to expanding the boundaries of educational theorizing for the 21st century.
This seminar offers students a forum to share work in progress and gain support and suggestions from doctoral colleagues engaged in the Dissertation process. The program for the seminar is established by participants and is created by the expressed needs of the group with the main focus being on furthering individuals’ thinking and direction for Dissertation completion.
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