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Yorkville University Announces Partnership with the Catholic Principal’s Council | Ontario (CPCO)

CONCORD, ON, April 2, 2019 – Yorkville University is proud to announce a new partnership with the Catholic Principal’s Council | Ontario (CPCO), which will allow more students to seamlessly transfer from select CPCO programs into Yorkville’s Master of Education.  

Effective as of Jan. 1, 2019, CPCO students can now transfer up to two completed Principal Qualification Program (PQP) courses to Yorkville University to count as electives towards their Master of Education. Transfer credit will be assessed at the time of admission.  

Under the partnership, CPCO students admitted to Yorkville University will also receive a 20 per cent tuition bursary.   

“We are delighted to support the Catholic Principals’ Council | Ontario through this new partnership that offers a 20% tuition bursary to its qualifying membership,” said Dr. Ellyn Lyle, the Dean of the Faculty of Education at Yorkville University.  “We look forward to welcoming these new students into our programs and remain steadfastly committed to the provision of meaningful graduate education through our accessible, rigorous, and flexible programs.”  

Yorkville University currently offers two Master of Education specializations online  in Adult Education and in Educational Leadership  

The Master of Education in Adult Education is designed for working professionals who seek opportunities in teaching and training, and are currently employed in industries such as health care, public services, post-secondary education or workforce development. 

The Master of Education in Educational Leadership is designed for professionals who want to become effective and innovative educational leaders and is divided into two specializations: Educational Administration and Leadership in Learning 

The Educational Administration stream is for administrators and educators in the K-12 system, while the Leadership in Learning stream is for non-school-based educational leaders in public, private, and not-for-profit organizations.  

Lead by highly qualified instructors who bring contemporary knowledge of adult education and online learning to the online student community, courses emphasize the value of self-reflection and continued professional development, so that can students build on and incorporate their work and life experiences.  

 

For more information or to book interviews, please contact Erin Hatfield at 416-700-2569 or by email at [email protected]. 

About Yorkville University 

Yorkville University is a Canadian national university with operations in New Brunswick, Ontario and British Columbia. Yorkville University offers leading professional degree programs that are accessible and accommodate the varied needs and learning styles of its students. Yorkville’s programs offer learners the flexibility needed to complete a degree while balancing other commitments by providing a supportive, highly collaborative and interactive learning community. Degree programs at Yorkville are academically rigorous and highly regarded in professional practice. 

 

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