Students may fulfill the requirements for the breadth courses and the teachable subjects while enrolled in the integrated Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education program. Students must fulfill the requirements for a Bachelor of Arts and the Bachelor of Education.
Students with an undergraduate degree may be registered in the After Degree Stream of the Bachelor of Education program. Students will complete 60 credit hours of education courses.
Students will complete 61 credit hours of education courses. Students must complete:
EDU.3000 Introduction to Teaching
EDU.3010 Educating Children and Youth
EDU.3015 Teaching Practicum 1
EDU.3016 Teaching Practicum 2
EDU.3020 English Language Arts Methods
EDU.3030 Mathematics Methods
EDU.3035 Social Studies Methods
EDU.3040 Science Methods
EDU.3045 Aboriginal Perspective for Teachers
EDU.3050 School Relationships
EDU.4010 Assessment Practices
EDU.4015 Teaching Practicum 3
EDU.4016 Teaching Practicum 4
EDU.4020 Teaching Students with Diverse Learning Needs
EDU.4021 Reading Instruction and Literacy Acquisition
EDU.4025 The Multilevel Learning Community
EDU.4030 Learning Technologies
EDU.4035 Principles of Learning and Development
EDU.4055 Teaching Sport
EDU.4040 Instruction of Aboriginal Languages
EDU.4045 Teaching Sustainable Development
EDU.4050 Teaching Internship
EDU.4051 Sociology/Anthropology of Education Seminar
EDU.4061 Teaching Practical Arts
EDU.4062 Teaching Business Education
Major teachable subject areas include: art, biology, business education, chemistry, computer science, English, French, general science*, geography, a heritage, Aboriginal or world language, history, human ecology, industrial arts, mathematics, music, Native studies, physical education (health), physics, theatre and vocational industrial.
*General science major requires 18 credit hours in 3 separate science disciplines and 3 credit hours must be at the 2000 level or higher.
In addition to the subject areas listed above but excluding general science, minor teachable subject areas may also include: anthropology, classics, dance, developmental studies, earth science, economics, environmental studies, law, philosophy, political science, psychology and sociology.
1. 6 credit hours of Mathematics,
2. 6 credit hours of Physical or Biological Science,
3. 6 credit hours of History and/or Geography and,
4. 6 credit hours of English