Graduate Micro-Programs in Education

Gain graduate-level expertise and accelerate your career with one of the Faculty of Education’s Graduate Micro-Programs (GMPs).

Program options:

  • Administration, Leadership and Policy
  • Adult and Postsecondary Education
  • Curriculum and Pedagogy
  • Educational Psychology: Teaching, Learning and Wellness
  • Social Justice, Power and Politics in Education
  • Educational Studies


  • Part-time, course-based
  • Three half credits to complete the program (courses to take are outlined in the graduate calendar)
  • Maximum of two half credits per term (program can be completed in as little as eight months or two terms)

Application deadlines and entry points:

  • June 30 (September entry)
  • October 30 (January entry)
  • March 30 (May entry)

Applications submitted after the deadline may be considered on a first-come, first-served basis. Please contact the program directly for more details.


  • Application fee: $55 (non-refundable)
  • Program fees: $900 per half-credit course (2024 rate – subject to change)

Learn more about Brock’s Graduate Micro-Programs here.

Admission requirements

  • Master's programs requirements apply (a four-year degree with a minimum 75% average over the last two years of full-time undergraduate study). Students who do not meet these requirements may be considered if they can demonstrate equivalent competencies.
    • This may include, but is not limited to:
      • a three-year diploma or degree coupled with relevant work experience (usually 3+ years);
      • significant and related professional experience (usually 5+ years);
      • substantial and relevant learning and skills development.
  • Applicants will be expected to demonstrate proficiency in English as set out on the Faculty of Education's graduate programs page (if applicable).

Application materials to prepare:

  • As part of the online application, applicants will upload the following materials:
    • academic transcripts (from all previously completed and in progress post-secondary studies)
    • CV/resume detailing educational background and professional experience
    • Letter of intent (500 words max.) describing relevant educational, professional and/or leadership experiences