Catholic Principal’s Council of Ontario (CPCO) and Yorkville University have established a partnership agreement to assist students in seamlessly transferring from select CPCO Additional Qualification courses into Yorkville University’s Master of Education.

Effective January 1, 2019, under the partnership agreement:

  • Up to two completed Additional Qualification (AQ) courses are eligible to be transferred into the Yorkville University Master of Education program as electives. Transfer credit is assessed at the time of admission.

  • Students admitted to Yorkville University will also receive a 20% tuition bursary. In order to be eligible for the 20% tuition bursary, proof of enrolment in CPCO’s AQ courses (Catholic Principals’ Council of Ontario Receipt of course registration) and proof of course completion (PQP Part 1 or Part 2, SEA AQ or PDC AQ appears on Ontario College of Teachers Record Card) will be required.


About Yorkville University

Yorkville University is a Canadian University with a national presence and global reach. The University offers rigorous, fully-accredited, practitioner-oriented graduate and undergraduate degree programs in a collaborative and interactive learning community, with the aim to inspire students on their journey of personal and professional growth. 

With engaged faculty dedicated to student enrichment and success, and options for studying online or on-campus in Vancouver and Toronto, Yorkville is committed to providing accessible educational experiences of uncompromised excellence.







Yorkville University’s Master of Education

Yorkville University offers a fully online Master of Education program with specializations in Adult Education and Educational Leadership

Yorkville University’s Master of Education in Adult Education is designed for those committed to excellence as adult educators. With a focus on developing programs that inform, enrich and inspire, the program offers a progressive, comprehensive foundation for teaching in the context of the classroom and beyond. Graduates of the program acquire the theoretical, practical and philosophical groundwork to thrive as a leaders at the forefront of the lifelong learning movement.

Yorkville University’s Master of Education in Educational Leadership is offered with specializations in Educational Administration and Leadership in Learning.

The M.Ed. in Educational Leadership with a specialization in Educational Administration bridges theory and practice to create effective and inspiring administrative leaders. Designed for those working within the K-12 school system who aspire to become principals, vice-principals or department heads, the program equips graduates to excel as educational administrators anywhere in Canada.

The M.Ed. in Educational Leadership with a specialization in Leadership in Learning draws on the best of management theory and practice to produce confident, capable, leadership luminaries. Graduates emerge from the program prepared to spearhead flourishing educational initiatives within a multitude of contexts, including public, private, and not-for-profits. 

Transfer credits can be sought for courses completed within the last ten years. For more information visit Yorkville University’s website.