Education-Université de Saint-Boniface
Dean: B. Pauget
Associate Dean(s): C. Lupien
Head: (and Graduate Chair) B. Pauget
Campus Address/General Office: 200 de la Cathédrale Avenue
Telephone: 204-233-0210 ext 302
Email Address: etudessuperieuresFE@ustboniface.ca
Academic Staff: Please refer to the website for Faculty information: http://www.ustboniface.ca/
Education - St Boniface Program Information
The maitrise en éducation program is offered by the Université de Saint-Boniface, an affiliated college of the University of Manitoba. The department offers the following specializations: Inclusive Special Education; Educational Administration; Guidance and Counselling; Language, Literacy and Curriculum. Some courses are the French equivalent of the courses offered at the Faculty of Education, University of Manitoba. Many courses are specific to French education in the Province of Manitoba.
In addition to the minimum course requirements of the Faculty of Graduate Studies found in the Graduate Studies Regulations, students must complete the following, based on their program route:
Thesis route: A Thesis and 18 credit hours are required. At least 12 credit hours must be taken at the 7000 level in the Faculty of Education; 6 credit hours may be taken at the 5000/7000 level in the Faculty of Education or at the 3000 level or above in other faculties.
Practicum route: A practicum and 18 credit hours are required. At least 12 credit hours must be taken at the 7000 level in the Faculty of Education; 6 credit hours may be taken at the 5000/7000 level in the Faculty of Education or at the 3000 level or above in other faculties. Candidates who opt for the practicum route must pass an oral examination open to all members of the University community and the public.
Comprehensive examination route: 30 credit hours are required. At least 18 credit hours must be taken at the 7000 level in the Faculty of Education; 12 credit hours may be taken at the 5000/7000 level in the Faculty of Education or at the 3000 level or above in other faculties. The comprehensive examination features an oral and a written component and may take the form of a literature review or a school-based project
All students must complete GRAD 7300 and GRAD 7500. Students newly admitted to a graduate program must successfully complete this course within the first term of registration, unless the course has been completed previously.
The language of instruction and communication at USB is French. Students admitted to USB must be sufficiently proficient in French to be able to understand classroom lectures, to write assignments and to participate in classroom discussions in French. All coursework must be written in French, as well as theses, practicum reports and comprehensive examinations. International students admitted to the M.en Éd. Program at USB will not be required to complete an English Language Proficiency Test. However, all students must have knowledge of written English in order to understand the regulations and policies of the Faculty of Graduate Studies as well as assigned course readings in English.
Expected Time to Graduate: 2 years. Please see Time in Program.
The minimum admission requirements are those of the Faculty of Graduate Studies found in the Graduate Studies Regulations.
All students must complete, during the program or prior to entry into the program, course EDUA 5801.
Students should complete and submit their online application with supporting documentation (if applicable) by the date indicated in the following table: