Graduate Programs

UBC Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies: COVID-19 Updates

Master of Education Cohorts & Graduate Certificates

  • Online and off-campus programs are developed and taught by UBC faculty, and have the same requirements as the on-campus programs.
  • Most are offered part-time, and completed over a two- to three-year period.
  • Classes are arranged to accommodate busy schedules of working participants, with evenings or weekend classes during the school year and may include intensives on-campus during the summer.
  • Some programs are 100% online, others are blended (combining online and face-to-face components).

Questions about graduating? Check out our Resources for Current Students.

Current Graduate Programs

Master’s Degrees

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MEd in Adult Learning & Education

Understanding and enhancing adult learning.

Blended Delivery

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MEd in Early Childhood Education

Issues in early childhood research, theory, and practice.


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Master of Educational Technology

Focussing on the use and impact of digital learning technologies.



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MEd in Social Studies Education

Curriculum, Historical inquiry and Pedagogy (CHiP).


MEd in Curriculum Studies

MEd in Curriculum Studies

For teachers who wish to become curriculum leaders.

Blended Delivery

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MEd in Media & Technology Studies Education

Applied design and learning technologies.


Graduate Certificates

Future Master’s Programs

Click on the program name for more details and when the next cohort will be accepting applications!

Want to suggest a new cohort program in your community? Contact:
Lynne Tomlinson, Assistant Dean
Professional Development & Community Engagement | 604.822.1974