Division of Research and Graduate Studies
214 Horton Hall, 18 University Avenue
Canada B4P 2R6
Curriculum Studies - Part Time - Music Education
||School of Education and Open Acadia
|Field of Study:
||Curriculum and Instruction
||The Acadia University School of Education, in partnership with Acadia's School of Music and Open Acadia, offers this part-time program as a combination of summer institute and online and blended courses. The program is designed to be course-based, but students with a strong interest in research can also consider a thesis option.
Acadia’s program design is unique, and includes:
a cohort model
a sequenced degree curriculum, where courses are designed to build from one course to the next, culminating in a capstone experience
a hybrid of virtual classroom, online modules, and individual/group instruction including face-to-face meetings with professors and advisers
scheduling that is friendly to working professionals, including virtual classroom sessions and two week summer residency on campus (as opposed to usual 8 week requirements in other “four-summer” degree programs)
rigor achieved through the hybrid design (not simply a collection of unconnected survey courses often found in other distance learning degree programs) combined with a 2-year timeline for completion
There are 10 courses to be taken for the completion of the degree, and the courses are offered over a two year period.
||Curriculum Studies - Part Time - Music Education at Acadia University - Division of Research and Graduate Studies
|Areas of Research:
||Science; Math and technology; Learning and Technology; Inclusive Education.
|Grade for Entrance Previous Year (%):
||73 to 76
|Additional Admission Requirements:
Experience: Two years of successful teaching or related experience
Documents: Two references from persons conversant with the applicant's academic and professional ability. Applicants whose undergraduate degree is conferred five or more years ago, or who have a Master's degree, may substitute a professional reference for the academic reference. All other applicants must provide an academic reference (downloadable forms are available at http://gradstudies.acadiau.ca/Graduate_Admissions.html).
One official transcript from every post-secondary institution attended.
A letter of intent describing the nature and focus of study which they wish to pursue. This letter should include a discussion of relevant academic study and professional experience related to the applicant's program interests.
For all international applicants, a copy of passport (only page 1 and 2) is also required.
- Letter(s) of Reference
- Resume/Curriculum Vitae
- Work Experience
* The entrance grade may change from year to year. Please contact the school for further information.
* We make every attempt to provide accurate information on prerequisites, programs, and tuition. However, this information is subject to change without notice and we highly recommend that you contact the school to confirm important information before applying.
Last Updated: August 13, 2016