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Indigenous Community-Based Master of Education Program – Prince Albert

The Community-Based Master of Education Program has been designed to provide a unique cohort model of graduate education to educators in off-campus locations in order to more effectively link theory to local educational issues and practice.


 Program Overview

The program incorporates the following elements:

  • A full University of Regina, M.Ed. degree program focusing on leadership in the context of Indigenous Education;
  • A 30-credit hour program, 10 courses offered on-site over a 2 ½ year period;
  • A cohort of students forming a community of learners who are able to support each other in their learning;
  • A flexible course delivery, including weekend sessions, summer institutes, and online distance education;
  • The use of information technology to better support links between students and instructors;
  • Content themes tailored to respond to community and students’ needs including educational leadership and Indigenous Education, curriculum and instruction; and
  • A program coordinator to offer advice and support to students.

Program Requirements

  • Two-year work experience in the field of education.
  • Minimum 4-year Bachelor’s degree – usually B.Ed – overall GPA (average) of 70% or higher
  • Two letters of Reference and a letter of intent
  • Current resume or curriculum vitae
  • University transcripts
  • Cost: $14,000 per student payable to Gabriel Dumont Institute

Course Information:

A complete listing and description of each course can be found in the PDF here: ICBMEP Prince Albert – Course Information (2023)
A program brochure with all information can be found here: ICBMEP Brochure (2023)

For more information contact:

Pearl Gardiner
Gabriel Dumont Institute
Saskatoon, SK S7M 0R9
Phone: (306) 242-6070
Fax: (306) 242-0002
email: pearl.gardiner@gdins.org


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Please check the program information for details on how to apply

Gabriel Dumont Institue

GDI is a Saskatchewan-based educational, employment and cultural institute serving Métis across the province

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