The Department of Educational Policy Studies offers programs leading to master's and doctoral degrees in Educational Policy Studies with specializations in Adult, Community and Higher Education, Educational Administration and Leadership, Indigenous Peoples Education, and Social Justice and International Studies in Education. The Department provides students with a unique environment to pursue advanced study in the field of education. Inquiries concerning programs or admission should be addressed to the Graduate Administrator of the Department.
All students are advised to make exclusive use of their UAlberta email account throughout their time at the University of Alberta. The university uses electronic communication with its students and applicants in lieu of older paper-based processes. This ensures communications are timely and accurate. Because of this every new student in the department, upon being admitted, is automatically signed up for both of the department's listservs (eps-student and eps-events) through the UAlberta e-mail account assigned to them.
Admitted students who are not Canadian citizens or Canadian permanent residents must apply for a study permit. It is highly recommended that students begin the study permit process as soon as their admissions letter is available from the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research. Please note the University of Alberta issues electronic admissions letters which are available via the graduate student Application Portal.
If you have any questions concerning this please contact the Graduate Administrator.