The Bachelor of Education (Primary/Elementary) is designed to prepare teachers for kindergarten through grade six. This full-time program is offered as both a first degree (total credit hours = 150) and a second degree (total credit hours = 72). The duration and delivery format of the program will depend on your academic qualifications at the time of admission.
The Bachelor of Education (Intermediate/Secondary) program, designed to prepare intermediate/secondary school teachers (grades 7-12), is open to graduates holding an acceptable prior degree with a strong academic background in at least two academic disciplines (teachable areas). This full-time program extends over three consecutive terms (September - August), enabling students to quality for a teaching certificate within one year. (Total credit hours = 51)
The Bachelor of Education (Intermediate/Secondary) Conjoint with the Diploma in Technology Education program, designed to prepare intermediate/secondary school (grades 7-12) and technology education teachers, is open to graduates holding an acceptable prior degree with a strong academic background in at least one academic discipline (teachable area). This full-time program extends over four consecutive terms (May - August) enabling students to qualify for a teaching certificate within sixteen months. (Total credit hours = 66)
The Bachelor of Music Conjoint with Bachelor of Music Education is a five-year conjoint degree program offered in partnership with the School of Music. This program is designed for the preparation of K-12 music teachers, and other professionals in positions related to music education. (Total credit hours = 150)
The Bachelor of Music Education as a Second Degree is a program for those who have already been awarded a Bachelor of Music. This program is the same as the music education component of the conjoint program above. (Total credit hours = minimum of 45)
A tentative Bachelor of Music Education as a Second Degree Course Plan will be available soon.
The Bachelor of Education (Native and Northern) program is currently under review and is not available for admission at this time.
Note: All of the above programs include a one semester (15 credit hours) teaching internship.
The Bachelor of Education (Post-Secondary) as a First Degree and Bachelor of Education (Post-Secondary) as a Second Degree are designed to prepare individuals in a variety of instructional and leadership roles in formal and informal post-secondary education, including careers in academic, adult, community, technical and trades, and professional education. A tentative Program Plan has been developed to aid students course planning. This list is subject to change pending enrollment and availability of instructors. Please plan your courses carefully, making sure to prioritize required courses. Applications for the Bachelor of Education (Post-Secondary) are accepted twice a year as follows: May 15 for Fall Semester and September 15 for Winter Semester.
The Bachelor of Special Education is a second degree program designed for the preparation of special education teachers. Candidates must hold an acceptable prior degree in education (total credit hours = 36) before being considered for admission. Refer to the admissions section for specific requirements, application deadline dates and forms.
The Bachelor of Special Education program can be completed either through full-time or part-time study. A tentative Special Education Course Plan has been developed to aid students course planning. This Course Plan is subject to change, pending enrollment and availability of instructors. Please plan your courses carefully, making sure to prioritize required courses.
Please note that students are permitted to transfer up to 2 courses from another university, pending approval of suitability by MUN.
Also note that students with 2 years teaching experience in Special Education are encouraged to apply for waiver of the Practicum - Education 3650 (see Waiver Guidelines, Education 3650).
- Diploma in Adult Learning and Post-Secondary EducationThe Diploma in Adult Teacher Education and the Diploma in Post-Secondary Education have been replaced with the Diploma in Adult Learning and Post-Secondary Education. A student currently admitted to the former programs may choose to transfer to the new program or complete the former program by August 31, 2016. Students are advised to contact Beverly Fraize (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information on the transfer process.
A tentative program plan listing all Post-Secondary Education courses has been developed to aid in course planning. (See link under Post-Secondary Education degree programs)