The Technology Studies Diploma in Education program is designed to allow teachers of technology subjects to focus on new or established areas of curricular significance in order to enhance their knowledge of existing curricular topics and to develop new areas of curriculum. The diploma requirement is 30 post-baccalaureate credits, and its flexibility makes it a viable option to the masters program. The difference between the two is that in the diploma program students can take 12 credits of senior–level technical courses from BCIT, Emily Carr, or other design and technical institutions.
Core Courses (12-15 Credits):
EDCP 377 – Curriculum and Pedagogy in Design and Technology Education II: Education
EDCP 471 c – Technological Practices in Education: Technical Problems
EDCP 598 c – Field Experiences
EDCP 467 – Special Topics in Curriculum and Pedagogy*
* This course may be taken on a directed study basis for a maximum of 6 credits.
Elective Courses (15-18 Credits):
Approved courses in the Faculties of Arts, Education, and/or Science
Approved Technical courses
For elective course approval, please contact a Teacher Education Program Coordinator.
If you wish to complete a 30-credit UBC-conferred post-degree diploma, apply for admission in this category, and be sure to indicate the specific Diploma program you are applying to.
View the Application & Registration page for full details and instructions.
Tuition & Fees
Note that fees are subject to change by the University.
Tuition fees for Education Diploma (DEDU) programs are found in the UBC Calendar: Post-baccalaureate Tuition.
Tuition for courses applied toward a certificate will be charged on a per-credit basis. Current tuition fees are found in the UBC Calendar: Non-Degree Studies Tuition.
Student Assessed Fees
Certain additional fees apply to students who take courses on campus.
Students who meet certain requirements may opt out of the U-Pass and AMS Extended Health and Dental Plan, during the first two weeks of the term.
To see if you qualify for the U-Pass fee exemption, read the U-Pass FAQ information.
If you already have medical/dental coverage (other than BC MSP), you may be able to apply for an exemption if you meet certain requirements and follow the opt-out procedures. Visit the Student Service Centre (SSC) for more information.
Students registered in on-campus courses in the summer session are not assessed Health/Dental Plan fees.
Tuition Fee Certificates
Current UBC students may use Tuition Fee Certificates toward tuition or non-credit fees. The certificates do not cover the cost of course materials, texts, or other fees. Contact Professional Development & Community Engagement for more information: 604.822.2013 | email@example.com