Office of the Registrar
Faculty of Education (2014/2015)
11 Regulations for Readmission and Advancement for the Bachelor of Education Primary/Elementary as a First Degree, Bachelor of Music Conjoint with Bachelor of Music Education, Bachelor of Music Education as a Second Degree, Bachelor of Education (Native and Northern), Bachelor of Special Education, Bachelor of Education (Post-Secondary) as a First Degree, and Bachelor of Education (Post-Secondary) as a Second Degree

These regulations apply to the Bachelor of Education Primary/Elementary as a First Degree, Bachelor of Music Conjoint with Bachelor of Music Education, Bachelor of Music Education as a Second Degree, Bachelor of Education (Native and Northern), Bachelor of Special Education, Bachelor of Education (Post-Secondary) as a First Degree, and Bachelor of Education (Post-Secondary) as a Second Degree. For any of the degree or diploma programs not listed here see Regulations for Readmission and Advancement for the Bachelor of Education (Primary/Elementary) as a Second Degree, Bachelor of Education (Intermediate/Secondary), Bachelor of Education (Intermediate/Secondary) Conjoint with the Diploma in Technology Education, and Diploma in Native and Northern Education in Labrador.

    1. Following admission to a program of the Faculty of Education, all full-time students must obtain a semester average of at least 65% in order to remain in clear standing in the Faculty.

    2. These regulations will be applied to part-time students only after they have completed 12 consecutive credit hours on a part-time basis.

  1. A student who fails to obtain a semester average of 65% but who is eligible for readmission under UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS - General Academic Regulations (Undergraduate) will be placed on probation in the Faculty. A probationary student who fails to obtain a 65% average during the next semester in which he/she completes courses will be required to withdraw from the Faculty.

  2. A student completing the Bachelor of Education (Primary/Elementary), Bachelor of Music Conjoint with Bachelor of Music Education, or the Bachelor of Music Education as a Second Degree who attains a grade of FAL (fail) in his/her internship will either:

    1. be required to withdraw from the program; or

    2. with the recommendation of the Office of Undergraduate Student Services, Faculty of Education, repeat the internship in another school setting.

  3. A student who has been required to withdraw from the Faculty of Education may, after a lapse of at least two semesters, apply for readmission to the Faculty. A student who is readmitted under this Clause will be considered probationary and must meet requirements stated in Clause 2. above.

  4. A student who is required to withdraw from the University under UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS - General Academic Regulations (Undergraduate) will be required to withdraw from the Faculty of Education.

  5. A student who has been required to withdraw from the Faculty on two occasions will be ineligible for future readmission.

  6. Notwithstanding Clauses 1. through 4., the Committee on Undergraduate Studies on recommendation from the Admissions Committee reserves the right to require a student to withdraw from the Faculty at any time if, in the opinion of the Committee, he/she is deemed unsuitable for continued attendance in the programs.

  7. A student who has been required to withdraw from the Faculty may register only in those Education courses listed as applicable for non-Education students.

  8. In exceptional circumstances, the Committee on Undergraduate Studies may waive the Readmission and Advancement regulations for the Faculty of Education as stated above.

  9. An applicant who has been admitted to the Bachelor of Education (Native and Northern) will normally be governed by Regulations 2. and 4. - 9. above. For this program only, advancement regulations will be applied upon the completion of each 15 credit hour segment throughout the duration of the program and will be assessed on the basis of the average obtained on those 15 credit hours.