Office of the Registrar
Faculty of Education (2014/2015)
9.11 Diploma in Native and Northern Education in Labrador

This program is currently under review. Please contact the Office of Undergraduate Student Services, Faculty of Education, for information.

  • Courses designated for the Diploma in Native and Northern Education in Labrador (T.E.P.L.) program (designated by T) are intended for students registered in this program, but may be opened to other students upon permission of the Office of Undergraduate Student Services, Faculty of Education.

  • The Diploma in Native and Northern Education requires a total of 60 credit hours as outlined below in Table 15 Diploma in Native and Northern Education in Labrador. The 60 credit hours is comprised of 30 required credit hours and 30 credit hours chosen from Option A - Classroom Teacher or Option B - Core Language Teacher.

Table 15 Diploma in Native and Northern Education in Labrador

Option A - Classroom Teacher

60 required credit hours as follows: ED 2022 or 2032, ED 2655, ED 3001, ED 3002, ED 3321, ED 4220 or 4230, English 1030, Linguistics 1530, Linguistics 1531, and Linguistics 2020 or 2030

The following 30 credit hours are compulsory in addition to the 60 credit hours listed above:

  1. ED 2182, ED 2194, ED 2200, ED 2350, ED 3007, ED 3140, ED 3281, ED 3961, ED 4330, Sociology/Anthropology 2220

  2. Professional Seminars. This non-credit component is compulsory and will include seminars dealing with topics such as: Classroom Management, Organizational Skills, Healing, Computer Training and Resource Development.

Option B - Core Language Teacher

60 required credit hours as follows: ED 2022 or 2032, ED 2655, ED 3001, ED 3002, ED 3321, ED 4220 or 4230, English 1030, Linguistics 1530, Linguistics 1531, and Linguistics 2020 or 2030

The following 30 credit hours are compulsory in addition to the 60 credit hours listed above:

  1. ED 2035, ED 2036, ED 2037, ED 2038, ED 2039, the former ED 2041, ED 3007, ED 4221 or 4231, ED 4330, Linguistics 2021,or 2031

  2. Professional Seminars. This non-credit component is compulsory and will include seminars dealing with topics such as: Classroom Management, Organizational Skills, Healing, Computer Training, and Resource Development.