Office of the Registrar
Faculty of Education (2014/2015)
8.2 Bachelor of Education (Intermediate/Secondary) Conjoint with the Diploma in Technology Education
  1. For application deadlines refer to the Application Deadline Dates table. Consideration will be given to the courses for which an applicant is registered at the time of application. An applicant attending institutions other than Memorial University of Newfoundland must supply transcripts indicating Fall semester grades no later than February 1.

  2. To be considered for admission to the Bachelor of Education (Intermediate/Secondary) Conjoint with the Diploma in Technology Education program an applicant must have:

    1. been awarded a Bachelors Degree from a university recognized by Memorial University of Newfoundland;

    2. completed 36 credit hours in a subject listed under Academic Disciplines for Bachelor of Education (Intermediate/Secondary) Conjoint with the Diploma in Technology Education in clause 3. below; and

    3. achieved an overall average of at least 65% in the courses chosen to meet b. above.

  3. Academic Disciplines for Bachelor of Education (Intermediate/Secondary) Conjoint with the Diploma in Technology Education are deemed to be the disciplines on the following list. Courses from other disciplines deemed by the Admissions Committee to be equivalent to courses in any of the listed Academic Disciplines for Bachelor of Education (Intermediate/Secondary) Conjoint with the Diploma in Technology Education will be acceptable.

    Academic Disciplines for Bachelor of Education (Intermediate/Secondary) Conjoint with the Diploma in Technology Education
    • Biochemistry

    Biology

    Canadian Studies

    Chemistry

    Earth Sciences

    Economics

    English

    Environmental Science

    French - An applicant who uses French as an Academic Discipline must have completed at least four weeks at an approved Francophone institution in a French speaking area or have acquired equivalent work experience in a Francophone environment.

    General Science - An applicant who uses General Science as an Academic Discipline may use courses chosen from the separate science disciplines in any combination from Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Environmental Science, Physics but must complete a minimum of 12 credit hours in each separate science discipline used.

    Geography

    History

    Mathematics - may include Statistics

    Physical Education - In order to be considered for admission within this Academic Discipline, an applicant must have completed courses in the following areas: Human Anatomy, Human Physiology, Motor Learning, Biomechanics, Primary/Elementary Physical Education Curriculum and Teaching, Issues and Trends in Physical Education and a minimum of 18 credit hours in Physical Education activities.

    Physics

    Political Science

    Theatre Arts

    Visual Arts

  4. When calculating the average in the 36 credit hours required under clause 2. b. above, no more than two 1000-level courses will normally be used.

  5. A limited number of program spaces are allocated to each discipline. An applicant who is admitted with a particular Academic Discipline and who wishes to change to a different Academic Discipline must obtain permission of the Office of Undergraduate Student Services. Such changes may not be possible in particular areas.

  6. An applicant is advised that admission to the program is dependent on sufficient numbers of students to warrant the offering of applicable methodology courses in those disciplines in any given year.

  7. An applicant who is registered in the final semester of the first Bachelor's Degree program during the Winter semester must have satisfied the academic requirements set out in Clause 2. above upon completion of the first degree program.

  8. In assessing applications to the Bachelor of Education (Intermediate/Secondary) Conjoint with the Diploma in Technology Education Program, consideration will be given to the following:

    1. average in courses in clause 2. b.;

    2. overall academic performance; and

    3. personal statement and references as outlined on the application to the Faculty.

  9. Because of the structured, sequential nature of this program, a student must attend full-time. A student who drops any course which is part of the program will be dropped from the entire program.

  10. A students who has been admitted to the program but chooses not to attend in the Spring semester of the year of admission will lose his/her admission status. Such a student may reapply for admission at a later date, and must submit a new application which will be considered in competition with those of all other applicants.