The Master of Education (General) study theme in Inclusive Education and Neuroscience offers the best of the Faculty of Education's nationally-respected programming along with the cutting-edge research that has brought the Canadian Centre for Behavioural Neuroscience (CCBN) to a position of leadership in North America. This study theme reflects the most current research on best practice for today's diverse inclusive classrooms.
The program will be delivered in a cohort format, with participants progressing through a pre-determined sequence of courses as a group. Courses will be offered over a three-year time span using a blended-delivery model. Courses offered in July will be taught on-campus. Courses in the Fall (Sept.-Dec) and Spring (Jan.-Apr.) semesters will be offered online, however students will be requried to meet on-campus on a few occassions during these semesters.
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» Fees (Total tuition/program fees based on standard program plan approx. $10,000)
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