For admission inquiries, please contact the program administrator.
The Master of Education in Health Sciences Education (MEd in HSE) program extends the knowledge and skills of health sciences educators in the areas of educational pedagogy, educational research, and inter-professional leadership within the collaborative context of the communities of practice of professional educators.
This is a part-time program designed for working health professionals and health professional educators. Courses are delivered through a blended format comprised of synchronous/asynchronous online sessions and 1-2 face-to-face classes. Only one course is delivered completely face-to-face.
International students may apply, but due to the part-time nature and blended delivery format of this program, students are not eligible for Canadian residency if accepted into the program.
The MEd in HSE program was developed to address the need and desire of health professionals and clinical faculty to enhance their teaching, leadership, and educational research skills. Instructors and learners come from a wide variety of professional backgrounds, contexts and perspectives.
The program was developed collaboratively between the Faculty of Education and the Health Science faculties.
Program features include:
Interprofessional communities of practice/learners, facilitating ongoing opportunities for engagement, practice and critical reflection
Clinically and professionally relevant educational content
Exposure to new technologies used in teaching, research and practice (eg. simulations, digital media in health care, blended learning environments)
Practical considerations of the learning needs of health providers/educators to continue full-time employment while studying
Instructors and supervisors from the Faculty of Education and Health Sciences faculties