Master's Program

Program Requirements


Students interested in pursuing a Master of Education (MEd) degree in Measurement, Evaluation, and Cognition have two options: Course-based or thesis-based. Students must complete the following courses depending on which option they choose:

Thesis-Based MEd:

●       Prerequisite:

●       EDPY 500 Introduction to Data Analysis *3 or equivalent

●       Seven 3-credit courses, including the following three required courses:

●       EDPY 501 Introduction to Research Methods  *3

●       EDPY 505 Quantitative Methods I *3

●       EDPY 507 Measurement Theory I *3

In addition, students must complete at least four 3-credit courses related to their area of specialization and a thesis. The MEd thesis-based program is open to both part-time and full-time study.

 

Course-Based MEd:

●       Eight 3-credit courses, including the following three required courses:

●       EDPY 500 Introduction to Data Analysis in Educational Research *3

●       EDPY 501 Introduction to Research Methods *3

●       EDPY 507 Measurement Theory  *3

In addition, students must complete at least five 3-credit courses related to their area of specialization and a capping project (EDPY 903). The MEd course-based program is open to both part-time and full-time study. The MEd course-based program is open to both part-time and full-time study.

 

 


General Application Information

How To Apply

Program Deadlines

General Admission Requirements & Criteria

Program Coordinator

Ying Cui
yc@ualberta.ca
(780) 492-3848

Program Staff

Bulut, Okan
Cui, Ying
Gierl, Mark J.
King, Sharla
Poth, Cheryl


*Please note that when selecting an academic supervisor, you may visit the Faculty page to view all our professors to find a suitable match for your research interests.