If you’re interested in credited learning, consider these opportunities.

The Master Teacher Program (MTP), Université de Sherbrooke, offers a Graduate Certificate (15 credits), a Graduate Diploma (an additional 15 credits) and culminates in an M.Ed (an additional 15 credits). It is a blended, graduate level program that has been developed by cégep teachers for cégep teachers.

Adult Learning and Global Change (ALGC), UBC, offers an online, coursework based Master of Education, in cooperation with participating universities in South Africa (University of the Western Cape), Sweden (Linköping University), and Australia (TBD). 

The Graduate Certificate in Educational Leadership, McGill University, (15 credits) is one of their graduate certificates that will lead to an M.Ed.

Master of Education or Master of Arts (Educational Studies), University of Ottawa, can be taken part-time or full-time, online or on site. Use the filters in their Search feature for Graduate Programs to find the program best suited to your needs.

Their Professional Development Institute offers a broad range of courses, and coaching opportunities.

The part-time, online Professional Master of Education program consists of 10 courses: 3 required courses, 3 elective courses, 3 courses in a concentration that you choose, and 1 required course in organizational leadership. You get to choose a concentration to specialize in to help you make the most of your education - concentrations include Aboriginal Education, Assessment and Evaluation, Classroom Specialist, Literacy Education, and Education Abroad.

Offers online professional development courses for educators, as well as numerous resources.