Central Michigan University (CMU) is offering its newly enhanced Master of Arts in Education degree with a focus on the Canadian college system which allows students to choose an emphasis area in College Teaching, Administration/Student Affairs, or Training & Development.
This program is offered at select Ontario colleges – Centennial (new!), Durham, George Brown, Georgian, Humber, and Mohawk Colleges, as well as a new fully online cohort option.
Join Central Michigan University representatives to learn more about cohorts currently accepting enrollment to the Master of Arts Degree in Education/Community College Concentration. Informational webinars are available to learn more.
Click here for dates, times and to register for the information session.
A CMU representative will be on-hand to answer your questions about the program.
For more information or to register, please call (989) 774-3032 or toll-free (877) 268-4636 or click here to be directed to program information on the CMU website.
As a working professional, your time is precious and your experience invaluable. CMU’s Master of Arts degree in Education builds on your professional expertise and shapes that knowledge through research and application. In this program, you will use the concepts learned in class and directly apply them to real world scenarios in your current work environment. You will take classes with other busy professionals in a hybrid learning environment, both on select weekends and online to save time and learn from the experience of others through stimulating classroom conversation.
The MA degree in Education – Community College program was designed specifically with the Ontario college system in mind and is only offered in Canada. The program is a cohort formatted program delivered in a combination of face-to-face, online, and hybrid courses or now available in a fully online option. Any face-to-face courses meet on select weekends, allowing students to continue with full-time employment and a personal schedule while also pursuing their degree.
Positions applicable to the degree include: teachers; college administrators, deans and presidents; college support staff; student affairs; community leaders; hospital administrators; military leaders and industry trainers.
CMU has been delivering this program in Ontario for over 40 years with over 2,000 graduates. Here what a few of the many successful graduates have said about the program by clicking here.
For all new Master of Arts degree in Education – Community College Concentration applicants, OCASA members are now eligible for the following:
- Ontario College Award – 15% discount (while exchange rate is at least $1.15 CDN to every $1.00 US) – this is available to all Canadian applicants enrolling in this program. Click herefor more information.
- Waiving of the application fee and graduation fee for future applicants (OCASA membership must be retained).
For all currently enrolled students, who are OCASA members at the time of graduation, the graduation fee will be waived.