UBC MEd in Curriculum Studies
Ecojustice & Sustainability Education A Vancouver cohort program for working professionals – beginning January 2014.
APPLICATION DEADLINE September 30, 2013
2-Years part-time | January 2014-August 2016
This unique MEd in Curriculum Studies: Ecojustice & Sustainability Education offers students the opportunity to examine the multiple and complex relations between humans, other-than-humans, justice and ecologies in local and global contexts. Ecojustice focuses on the possibilities of a green world, as well as just world, while sustainability refers to ecological, social, cultural and economic sustainability.
As well as being transdisciplinary, this program of study also takes into account a diversity of worldviews and ecological knowledges, including those of Indigenous Peoples and other ecological ethnicities.
We welcome applications from:
· those in education seeking a place to do research on how to articulate ecojustice and sustainability learning in their teaching practices;
· those in the arts, social sciences, humanities and natural sciences seeking graduate programming that addresses the diverse and complex understandings, practices and intersections of social justice, ecologies, sustainability, technologies and Indigeneity in both local and global contexts.
Web: pdce.educ.ubc.ca/EJS1 Contact: Yvette Kharoubeh (604.827.5662)
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