The PhD Program in Educational Studies is offered jointly by three Nova Scotia universities: Acadia University, Mount Saint Vincent University, and St. Francis Xavier University.
Based on their chosen program of study and the location of their PhD Supervisor, students take the joint program as a student of one of the three participating universities (their “home” university). The participating universities share in the delivery of the courses and other components of the degree.
Located in Nova Scotia’s beautiful Annapolis Valley, Acadia University offers Graduate Studies in Education with a focus on Inclusive Education, Curriculum Studies, Leadership, and Counselling.
Mount Saint Vincent University
This thriving university in Nova Scotia’s capital city, Halifax, offers Graduate Studies in Education with a focus on Curriculum Studies, Educational Foundations, Educational Psychology, Elementary and Middle School Education, Literacy Education, School Psychology, and Studies in Lifelong Learning.
St. Francis Xavier University (StFX)
Located in the historic Nova Scotia town of Antigonish, StFX offers Graduate Studies in Education with a focus on Educational Administration, Leadership, Curriculum Studies, and Adult Education.
Nova Scotia Universities Jointly Supporting a PhD in Educational Studies