Sixth Year Certificate in Foundations in Education
The Sixth Year Certificate (SYC) in Foundations in Education is an advanced professional degree for experienced educational professionals and community educators who wish to deepen and expand their knowledge of teaching and learning in a socio-cultural context. Candidates for this degree may select from several possible cluster/concentrations, including Curriculum Studies or Literacy, Language, and Culture.
|EDUC 5493||Educational Imagination: Exploring Multicultural Identities & Curriculum in a Cross-Cultural Context||3|
|PSYG 6534||Theories of Learning||3|
|Select two elective courses 1||6|
|Select one concentration from the following areas:||12|
Literacy, Language, and Culture
Individualized Concentration with approval of program advisor
|Integrated Inquiry/Advocacy Sequence|
|EDUC 6552||Research for Action and Advocacy in School and Community Settings||3|
|EDUC 6590||Reflective Research Practicum in Teaching||3|
In consultation with their advisor, students will select two courses equivalent to Ethics and Advocacy in Educational Contexts and Principles of Curriculum Development and Evaluation to fulfill Foundations course requirements.