Education (4-Year On-Campus)

Bachelor of Education


Courses required in your first year

Early Childhood Education

Note

1.  Suggested options include: Art 231Art 233Art 235Art 241Art 271Art History 201Art History 203Art History 211Dance 201Dance 211Drama 209Drama 223Drama 225Drama 242. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

2. Suggested options include: Canadian Studies 201History 211, History 213; Indigenous Studies 201. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

English Language Arts

Note

1.  Suggested options include: Art 231Art 233Art 235Art 241Art 271Art History 201Art History 203Art History 211Dance 201Dance 211Drama 209Drama 223Drama 225Drama 242. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

2. Suggested options include: Canadian Studies 201History 211, History 213; Indigenous Studies 201. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

3. In addition to your eight mandated Teachable courses, English Language Arts students must still fulfill the Foundational requirement of an extra course in English Literature. You may choose to fulfill this course with English 251, another 253 decimalized topic or can choose to fulfill it with a senior-level English course in your second or third years. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements, anti-requisites, and restrictions.

Note

1.  Suggested options include: Art 231Art 233Art 235Art 241Art 271Art History 201Art History 203Art History 211Dance 201Dance 211Drama 209Drama 223Drama 225Drama 242. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

2. Suggested options include: Canadian Studies 201History 211, History 213; Indigenous Studies 201. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

3. In addition to your eight mandated Teachable courses, English Language Arts students must still fulfill the Foundational requirement of an extra course in English Literature. You may choose to fulfill this course with English 251, another 253 decimalized topic or can choose to fulfill it with a senior-level English course in your second or third years. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements, anti-requisites, and restrictions.

English Language Learners

Note

1.  Suggested options include: Art 231Art 233Art 235Art 241Art 271Art History 201Art History 203Art History 211Dance 201Dance 211Drama 209Drama 223Drama 225Drama 242. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

2. Suggested options include: Canadian Studies 201History 211, History 213; Indigenous Studies 201. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

Fine Arts Education

Note

1. Suggested options include: Canadian Studies 201History 211, History 213; Indigenous Studies 201. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

Ensure to review the pre-requisites for MUSI 213. If you are unable to take MUSI 213 in the Fall term, connect with your Education Advisors to confirm an alternative option.

3. In addition to your eight mandated Teachable courses, Fine Arts students must still fulfill the Foundational requirement of an extra course in Fine Arts during your degree. Suggested options include: Art 231Art 233Art 235Art 241Art 271Art History 201Art History 203Art History 211Dance 201Dance 211; Drama 209Drama 223Drama 225Drama 242. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

4. Please note that this degree only requires five option courses. Several Fine Arts Teachable Subject Area courses are at the 300-level or higher, and will be completed in subsequent years. Please connect with an Education Advisor if you have questions about how to best structure your degree, and when to complete option classes.

Note

1.  Suggested options include: Art 231Art 233Art 235Art 241Art 271Art History 201Art History 203Art History 211Dance 201Dance 211Drama 209Drama 223Drama 225Drama 242. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

3. In addition to your eight mandated Teachable courses, Fine Arts students must still fulfill the Foundational requirement of an extra course in Fine Arts during your degree. Suggested options include: Art 231Art 233Art 235Art 241Art 271Art History 201Art History 203Art History 211Dance 201Dance 211; Drama 209Drama 223Drama 225Drama 242. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

Note

1. Suggested options include: Canadian Studies 201History 211, History 213; Indigenous Studies 201. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

2. In addition to your eight mandated Teachable courses, Visual Arts students must still fulfill the Foundational requirement of an extra course in Fine Arts during your degree. Suggested options include: Art History 201Art History 203Art History 211Dance 201Dance 211Drama 209Drama 223Drama 225Drama 242. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

Mathematics

Note

1. Suggested options include: Art 231Art 233Art 235Art 241Art 271Art History 201Art History 203Art History 211Dance 201Drama 209Drama 223Drama 225Drama 242. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

2. Suggested options include: Canadian Studies 201History 211, History 213; Indigenous Studies 201. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

3. In addition to your eight mandated Teachable courses, Math students must still fulfill the Foundational requirement of an extra course in Math or Science during your degree.

Note

1. Suggested options include: Art 231Art 233Art 235Art 241Art 271Art History 201Art History 203Art History 211Dance 201Drama 209Drama 223Drama 225Drama 242. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

2. Suggested options include: Canadian Studies 201History 211, History 213; Indigenous Studies 201. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

3. In addition to your eight mandated Teachable courses, Math students must still fulfill the Foundational requirement of an extra course in Math or Science during your degree.

Science

Note

1. Suggested options include: Art 231Art 233Art 235Art 241Art 271Art History 201Art History 203Art History 211Dance 201Drama 209Drama 223Drama 225Drama 242. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

2. Suggested options include: Canadian Studies 201History 211, History 213; Indigenous Studies 201. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

3. In addition to your eight mandated Teachable courses, Science students must still fulfill the Foundational requirement of an extra course in Math or Science during your degree.

Note

1. Suggested options include: Art 231Art 233Art 235Art 241Art 271Art History 201Art History 203Art History 211Dance 201Drama 209Drama 223Drama 225Drama 242. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

2. Suggested options include: Canadian Studies 201History 211, History 213; Indigenous Studies 201. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

3. In addition to your eight mandated Teachable courses, Science students must still fulfill the Foundational requirement of an extra course in Math or Science during your degree.

Note

1. Suggested options include: Art 231Art 233Art 235Art 241Art 271Art History 201Art History 203Art History 211Dance 201Drama 209Drama 223Drama 225Drama 242. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

2. Suggested options include: Canadian Studies 201History 211, History 213; Indigenous Studies 201. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

3. In addition to your eight mandated Teachable courses, Science students must still fulfill the Foundational requirement of an extra course in Math or Science during your degree. Please note that your Physics requirements mandate that you must also take the following Mathematics courses as prerequisites: Mathematics 211 or 213, and; Mathematics 249 or 265 or 275, and; Mathematics 267. One of these courses can be used to fulfil your Math or Science Foundational requirement. The others can fulfill your Electives.

You may want to consider using your Open Options to complete the Mathematics pre-requisite requirements for later Physics courses.

4. Please note that the prerequisites required for Physics 229 would need to be completed in the Fall term if taken this semester.

Second Languages

Note

1. Suggested options include: Art 231Art 233Art 235Art 241Art 271Art History 201Art History 203Art History 211Dance 201Drama 209Drama 223Drama 225Drama 242. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

2. Suggested options include: Canadian Studies 201History 211, History 213; Indigenous Studies 201. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

3. Students should select the course corresponding to their chosen language. Ensure to review Placement in Language Courses, as this may change your required language courses.

Social Studies

Note

1. Suggested options include: Art 231Art 233Art 235Art 241Art 271Art History 201Art History 203Art History 211Dance 201Drama 209Drama 223Drama 225Drama 242. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

2. In addition to your eight mandated Teachable courses, Social Studies students must still fulfill the Foundational requirement of an extra course in Canadian Studies during your degree.

Note

1. Suggested options include: Art 231Art 233Art 235Art 241Art 271Art History 201Art History 203Art History 211Dance 201Drama 209Drama 223Drama 225Drama 242. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

2. In addition to your eight mandated Teachable courses, Social Studies students must still fulfill the Foundational requirement of an extra course in Canadian Studies during your degree.

Revitalization of Indigenous Languages

Note

1. Suggested options include: Art 231Art 233Art 235Art 241Art 271Art History 201Art History 203Art History 211Dance 201Drama 209Drama 223Drama 225Drama 242. Your Academic Requirements report lists all possible courses that can fulfill this requirement. It is your responsibility to check registration requirements and restrictions. First year students are ordinarily restricted to taking 200-level courses.

2. In addition to your eight mandated Teachable courses, Revitalization of Indigenous Languages students must still fulfill the Foundational requirement of an extra course in Canadian Studies during your degree.

Admission into either the On-Campus or Community-Based BEd After Degrees requires that applicants have completed an undergraduate degree from a recognized post-secondary institution.

Students should refer to their specific Registration Guides (On-Campus or Community-Based) for information on course selection.

If you are taking a Concurrent degree, please refer to the Arts/BEdScience/BEd, or Kinesiology/BEd sections of the First Year Degree Guide for information on course selection.

If you are interested in the Four-Year degree, please refer to the On-Campus or Community-Based sections of the First Year Degree Guide for information on course selection.

Concurrent Students

In the first three years of the Concurrent pathway, your program advisor will be from your non-Education faculty. As a Concurrent Education student, you are required to complete EDUC 201, as well as a 3-unit course in English Literature or French Literature prior to entering your 400-level Education courses. Please visit our website for more information on the program structure and required courses.

Undergraduate Programs in Education (UPE)
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