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University of Calgary Calendar 2015-2016 Werklund School of Education 3. Werklund School of Education Regulations 3.1 Admission 3.1.2 Five-Year BEd (Concurrent) Program
3.1.2 Five-Year BEd (Concurrent) Program

High school course requirements for admission to the Five-Year BEd (Concurrent) program are found in the Faculty of Arts, Science or Kinesiology admission sections. The Werklund School of Education does not have additional course requirements. Enrolment in the Werklund School of Education is limited and, therefore, meeting the minimum requirements for the Faculty of Arts, Science, Kinesiology or Werklund School of Education does not guarantee admission to the Werklund School of Education.

Transfer to the Five-Year BEd (Concurrent) Program

Students who wish to transfer to the Five-Year BEd (Concurrent) program should not have completed more than 36 units (6.0 full-course equivalents) in transferable courses at the post-secondary level.

It is required that all concurrent students complete Education 201 prior to entering the third year of the Five-Year BEd (Concurrent) program. Students who have not completed Education 201 cannot progress to Semester 1 of the BEd program.