Advanced Studies, Bachelor & Masters Degrees

University of Fraser Valley

 UFV Program information link

Information Sessions

November 23, 12 noon – 1:00pm E3-02
November 28, 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm  E3-02

The University of Fraser Valley (UFV), Bachelor of Arts in Adult Education (BA-ADED) is a 120 credit hour undergraduate degree targeted toward Adult Educators who come from diverse backgrounds.

Adult Educators may work:

  • as instructors or educational consultants in vocational or industrial programs.
  • as health or recreation professionals where they provide community-based education or adult recreation programs.
  • in areas of literacy, teaching English as a second language, employment counseling, life skills coaching, and post-secondary education.
  • in international education, community service and share a common interest in working with adult learners.


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2015 UFV Information

BA-ADED UFV Brochure

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October 16th, 2014 Info Session Presentation

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Questions and Answers can be found in the link on the right.

M. Ed Information Session October 16th, 6:30 pm Green lecture theatre, NDC

Most of the details for the next M.Ed. in Adult & Post Secondary stream have been confirmed. Representatives from the University of Manitoba, Faculty of Education, will be providing a  presentation and answering any questions you may have on October 16th , 6:30 – 8:30pm in the Green lecture theatre on the Notre Dame Campus. The start date for this course based Masters cohort will be May 2015, with an application a deadline of December 15th . You can follow the links below to gain more information on Graduate Studies and Part time Masters programs at U of M. The Teacher Ed Blog, Advanced Studies site will be where any cohort updates are hosted.

U of Manitoba Graduate Studies Program , Master of Education Specializations, Online Application Form,
Fees for Part-Time Masters Programs,

University of Manitoba, Master of Education
Adult and Post Secondary Specialization

University of Manitoba, Faculty of Education
The Faculty of Education has a long history of graduate education, going back to 1936 when the first Master of Education (M.Ed.) was awarded. Since then, nearly 3,000 students have graduated from their graduate programs. In a typical year, 350 students are enrolled in their M.Ed. program and 60 students are enrolled in their Ph.D. program. One considerable benefit of their graduate programs is flexibility. Consequently, 86 percent of their students choose to complete their M.Ed. on a part-time basis while working in the field as teachers, administrators and consultants.

Adult and Post-Secondary Education Specialization
This specialization is designed to serve the professional needs of a diverse group of students in continuing, workplace and professional education development; college teaching, administration and student services; university teaching, student services, and administrative management; local and international community development, program delivery, and administration.

Admission Requirements
Every applicant must complete an application package, which includes a variety of documentation such as: a letter of introduction explaining their interest in a particular field of study, two letters of reference, a current resume, an application form, an application fee, and official transcripts. Admission is through the Faculty of Graduate studies. This degree will require a minimum of a 120 credit hour Bachelor’s degree.

Program Outline
The Master of Education (M.Ed.) program consists of 30 credit hours of course work (10 courses), in the Course-based route. This format is consistent with most non-thesis M.Ed. and will include a final comprehensive exam. A Thesis-based route is also an option that requires 18 credit hours of coursework plus a thesis.

Cohort Format
This unique program offering uses a cohort format for the delivery which means that a group of 20-25 students would begin the program together and progress through it together, over the two and one-half year period. This provides a consistent support group of students throughout the program.

Course Delivery
Typically the courses are delivered on the RRC campus by University of Manitoba faculty. They will be offered one night each week during the regular Fall and Winter terms. The Spring courses will be offered two nights a week over a shorter time period. Summer courses when offered, have been offered in a condensed format over the middle two weeks of July, with classes on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of each week.

Red River College Contacts

Kurt Proctor, Chair, Teacher Education –; phone: 632-2222

Monique Pishak, Administrative Assistant for Teacher Education phone: 632-2300


(PDF version for printing 2015 RRC M Ed Cohort Info)