Master of Education in Inclusionary Practices

Master of Education in Inclusionary Practices

Crandall University’s Master of Education is a degree designed for educators who want to enhance their abilities to respond to student needs.  This 36 credit hour M.Ed. is offered in the concentration of Inclusionary Practices.  Application-based courses equip educators with the tools needed to apply their knowledge. Graduates of the program may serve as teachers, administrators, literacy coaches, reading specialists, resource educators, or researchers.

To read about one graduate’s experience, click here.

Graduates from the Master of Education degree program may be eligible to pursue other master’s degrees or doctoral degrees (Doctor of Education).

Crandall University’s Master of Education normally allows graduates who hold a Certificate 5 with the New Brunswick Department of Education to advance to a Certificate 6.  In addition, three courses that may count toward the Principal’s Certificate are now offered at Crandall University: ED6403 – Administrative Theory; ED6413 – Supervision and Instructional Leadership; and ED6616 – Individual Student Assessment.  It is recommended that individuals concerned with New Brunswick teacher certification regulations contact the Department of Education to ensure that their degree and/or specific course selections will comply with regulations for certification.

Special Program Highlights

  • Build your knowledge and pedagogical skills;
  • Attend classes at times set to accommodate teachers’ weekday classroom schedules;
  • Explore the needs of struggling students in the classroom;
  • Advance in your career.

Courses and Requirements

Crandall University offers a variety of graduate-level courses to match the broad spectrum of classroom needs.  See back page for some examples of graduate-level Education courses offered through the University.  Students enrolled in the Master of Education program are not required to take all the courses listed.


These courses must be completed by all M.Ed. students. They are generally the final three courses taken in the program.
ED6013 Advanced Foundations of Education **
ED6023 Research Methods in Education**
ED6033 Research Applications in Education**
**3 credit hours each


M.Ed. students complete 18 credit hours from this list.
ED6106 Addressing the Needs of Struggling Readers in Inclusive Classrooms*
ED6216 Writing Instruction in the Inclusive Classroom*
ED6316 Cultural Literacy in Teaching and Learning*
ED6616 Individual Student Assessment*
ED6706 The Role and Function of the Resource Teacher*
ED6816 Autism Spectrum & Emotional & Behavioural Disorders*
*6 credit hours each


M.Ed. students complete 9 credit hours from this list.
ED6136 Reading in the Content Area*
ED6403 Administrative Theory**
ED6413 Supervision of Instruction**
ED6843 Development in School-aged Children and Adolescents**
ED6903 Addressing the Needs of Struggling Learners in Mathematics**
*6 credit hours each **3 credit hours each


ED6146 Best Practices for Language Learners (Winter 2018)

This course is a study of best practices for linking content and language objectives. Based on the SIOP Model, the teaching of learning strategies and creation of meaningful activities, aimed to facilitate the learning of a new language, will be explored.
Instructor: Dorothy White

To apply or for more information, please contact our Education admissions team at or by calling 1-888-968-6228  ext. 153.