Diploma in Education (Curriculum)

Program Snapshot

Shape Students For The Future

From determining how technology fits into our classrooms, to shaping how Canadian culture is woven into our education system, the Diploma in Education (Curriculum) from CBU is an excellent opportunity for every aspiring educator.

Take on an exciting challenge in a place where young minds come to absorb the best the world has to offer. Explore what it means to learn in our education system. Find out how you can make a difference. Gain a unique perspective and use your skills to shape a future generation of students just like you. Students with a desire to learn, with a thirst for knowledge and a hunger to succeed.

Intended for learners who wish to pursue a deeper understanding of curriculum development, you can create the change you want to see in our schools. Dive deep into the design, development and implementation of school curricula with this 30-credit hour, online graduate-level diploma program. Beginning with the meaning and purpose of curriculum, you complete the program by developing a model curriculum to be used in a real class setting.

What skills will I gain from this program?

  • Enhanced understanding of curriculum implementation.
  • Enhanced understanding of culturally responsive pedagogy.
  • Skills in curriculum development.

Why study at CBU?

Seize the opportunity to make a real difference in the world with this one-of-a-kind diploma. At CBU, students like you lead by example, bringing new ideas and unique perspectives to school curriculum.

Interact with approachable, experienced faculty who guide you along the way as you plan, design and develop a prototype curriculum for real students.

Take on the challenges facing today’s education system in a place where your solutions matter – where you can learn to create a curriculum that truly impacts the lives of students wherever you choose to go.

Sample Courses

  • EDUC5110 Teaching Canadian Culture (6 credits)
  • EDUC5120 Issues in Planning, Designing and Developing Curriculum (6 credits)

Possible Career Paths

  • Eligibility for an increase in teacher certification

Experiential Learning Opportunities

  • Use of technology in curriculum research.
  • Plan, design and develop a real or prototype curriculum.
  • Gain real-world skills for a classroom, school system or province.

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