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Queen's Faculty of Education

Faculty of Education
Established 1907 (1907)
Type Faculty School
Dean Stephen Elliott
Academic staff 117
Admin. staff 40
Location Kingston, Ontario, Canada
Affiliations Queen's University
Website .ca.queensueduc

The Faculty of Education of Queen's University in Canada was founded in 1907 and later opened again in 1965. Over 23,000 teachers and education professionals have graduated from the faculty since 1907. Classes are held on the West Campus in Duncan McArthur Hall which has a library, a resource centre for teachers, and a computing services area.

The Dean of the Faculty is Rosa Bruno-Jofré; the Associate Dean is Stephen Elliott. The faculty offers undergraduate and graduate programs.

Undergraduate programs

  • Concurrent Education - a five-year program which allows students to earn two degrees, a Bachelor of Arts, Science or Music plus a Bachelor of Education[1]
  • Consecutive Education - a one-year program designed for holders of a bachelor's degree
  • Technological Education - a one-year program designed for those professionals in varioustechnological streams wishing to become high school technology teachers. (B.Ed or DipEd)

Graduate programs

Programs are administered by the School of Graduate Studies and Research. Major fields of study include curriculum studies, cognitive studies and Cultural and Policy Studies. Both master's and doctoral programs are available.

  • Master of Education - two patterns: Pattern I (eight half-credit courses + a project) or Pattern II (six half-credit courses + a thesis)
  • Ph.D. - thesis-based

References

  1. ^ Programs | Faculty of Education, Queen's University

External links

  • Queen’s University Faculty of Education homepage
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