Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning (Non-Thesis) (English or French Second Language) Program By McGill University | Top Universities
This M.A. in Teaching and Learning; Non-Thesis is a 60-credit, post-graduate degree leading to teacher certification. It comprises 45 credits of courses, coupled with 15 credits (minimum of 630 hours) of internship. This professional program offers teacher certification to those already holding an undergraduate degree in a teachable subject area identified by the Quebec Ministry of Education. The program, which targets those with formal and/or non-formal teaching experience, begins with mandatory courses in the Summer term. Specific course sequence and progression lead students to complete the program in either five or seven consecutive terms. Alternately, the maximum time for completion of all program requirements is five years.

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