BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (PRIMARY/ELEMENTARY): Designed to prepare teachers for kindergarten through Grade 6, and offered as both a first degree and a second degree.
BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (INTERMEDIATE/SECONDARY):
Open to graduates holding an acceptable prior degree with a strong academic background in at least two academic disciplines (teachable areas).
This program is designed to prepare intermediate/secondary school teachers (Grades 7-12).
BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (INTERMEDIATE/SECONDARY) CONJOINT WITH THE DIPLOMA IN TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION: This program is designed to prepare intermediate/secondary school (Grades 7-12) and technology education teachers (offered as a second degree).
BACHELOR OF MUSIC CONJOINT WITH BACHELOR OF MUSIC EDUCATION: This is a five-year conjoint degree program offered in partnership with the School of Music. It is designed for the preparation of K-12 music teachers, and other positions related to music education.
BACHELOR OF MUSIC EDUCATION (AS A SECOND DEGREE):
Available to those who have already been awarded a bachelor of music.
BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (NATIVE AND NORTHERN):
Designed for the preparation of native students in Labrador who intend to pursue a teaching career in the communities of Northern Labrador.
Note: All of the above programs include a one semester teaching internship – a supervised placement in a school setting, teaching and learning from top-notch educators.
Students intending to complete a bachelor of education (primary/ elementary) as a first degree must complete 20 prerequisite courses at the university level prior to being eligible for admission into the faculty.
Students interested in applying to this program should indicate Pre-Education in the appropriate place on the university application. Students interested in the bachelor of music conjoint with bachelor of music education degree must have been formally admitted to the School of Music at the time of application.
The bachelor of education (intermediate/secondary) degree requires the completion of an acceptable first degree with a strong academic background in two teachable areas. Students applying directly from high school should apply to the faculty in which they wish to complete their teachable areas, in the appropriate place on the university application.
The Faculty of Education has its own Office of Undergraduate Student Services, committed to meeting the needs of education students.
The Curriculum Materials Centre provides students with the textual and supplementary materials they require for their course work and teaching. Materials include current school texts and materials authorized for the province’s K-12 schools, along with many other media resources.
Our graduates teach in schools worldwide. The skills developed during this program will open other career paths. Our graduates hold leadership in other educational (non-school) settings and in business and industry.
National and international internship opportunities (e.g. in England, Thailand and beyond).
Vibrant, active Education Student Society.
Our faculty leads the way in experiential (hands-on) learning (e.g. Parks Canada, Travelling Institute).
Comfortable gathering/work spaces for students