CBC's Labrador Morning's Interview about Bachelor of Education Program in Labrador
Faculty of Education
Nunatsiavut Bachelor of Education Program

Nunatsiavut’s communities need teachers and planning is underway to offer a bachelor of education degree in Happy Valley-Goose Bay.

This program will be offered by the Faculty of Education, Memorial University of Newfoundland and specifically designed for the Labrador Inuit educational context. Graduates of our primary/elementary teacher education programs are highly skilled and innovative teachers. They are committed to excellence in teaching and learning and provide leadership in schools and communities all over the world.
If you want a rewarding career in teaching in Nunatsiavut, consider applying to the bachelor of education (primary/elementary) degree program in Labrador.

Check out CBC's Labrador Morning's interview with Memorial's Dean of Education Dr. Kirk Anderson. 

Start Date: September 2014 (subject to approval)
Location: Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador Format: Full-time, year round studies
Duration: Four years, 150 university credit hours

The bachelor of education (primary/elementary) degree normally qualifies graduates for a Level 5 Teaching Certificate issued by the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.

May 8th, 2014

Bookmark and Share