A program leading to the Diploma in TeleLearning and Rural School Teaching
is offered by the Faculty of Education and is normally offered through TeleLearning/Distance
1) Applications for admission are considered three times per year and are available from the Office of Undergraduate Student Services, Faculty of Education. The deadlines for submission of applications are June 15 for admission to the Fall semester, October 1 for admission to the Winter semester, and January 15 for admission to the Spring semester.
2) To be considered for admission to the Diploma in TeleLearning and Rural School Teaching, a student must hold a degree in Primary, Elementary or Intermediate/Secondary Education from Memorial University of Newfoundland or some other recognized university or hold another Education degree deemed appropriate by the Faculty of Education.
REGULATIONS FOR THE DIPLOMA IN TELELEARNING AND RURAL SCHOOL TEACHING
1) To be eligible for the Diploma in TeleLearning and Rural School Teaching a student, in addition to holding an appropriate Degree in Education, shall complete a total of 30 credit hours. The 30 credit hours shall include:
(i) Eighteen compulsory core credit hours as follows: Education 4900, 4901, 4902, 4903, 4904, 4905
(ii) Twelve elective credit hours chosen from: Education 4906*, 4907, 4908, 4909, 4910, 4911*, 4912, 4913, 4914, 4915, 4916, 4920 - 4930
2) A maximum of 6 credit hours referred to in clauses 1)(i) and 1)(ii) above and which have already been counted towards the prerequisite degree in Education may also be counted toward the Diploma in TeleLearning and Rural School Teaching.
* Inactive Course
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