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Pre-Admission Advising

Advising on pre-admission requirements is available through the Teacher Education Office. Before sending inquiries or making appointments, please review your transcript in relation to the admission requirements for the program option of your choice and complete self-assessment forms and worksheets.

Dual Degree Program Options

The Faculty offers the option of beginning your teacher education program at the secondary level (B.Ed. Secondary) while concurrently enrolled in specific Bachelor degree studies in the following teachable subjects.

Bachelor of Science (Major in Food, Nutrition and Health) plus Bachelor of Education (Teachable Subject in Home Economics)

Students in the Faculty of Land and Food Systems may apply for admission to the program via the Land and Food Systems Student Services Office. Students apply in January of the second year of their undergraduate program and must receive approval from the Faculty of Land and Food Systems and the Faculty of Education.

All students whose applications are successful will be admitted to the Faculty of Education beginning in Summer Session, Year 2. Continuation will require successful completion of both Year 2 of the Food, Nutrition and Health major and the in-school practicum in May following the second year of their undergraduate program.

Bachelor of Science (Major in Mathematics) plus Bachelor of Education (Teachable Subject in Mathematics)

Students in the Faculty of Science may apply for admission to the program via the Science Information Centre. Students apply in January of the second year of their undergraduate program and must receive approval from the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Education.

All students whose applications are successful will be admitted to the Faculty of Education beginning in Summer Session, Year 2. Continuation will require successful completion of both Year 2 of the Science major and the in-school practicum in May following the second year of their undergraduate program.

Bachelor of Music (Major in General Studies, Secondary Education) plus Bachelor of Education (Teachable Subject in Music)

Students in the School of Music, Year 2 take EDCP 210 in Term 1, and then apply for admission to the Dual Degree option in Music and Education by January 31. Dual Degree option applications for admission can be found on the Faculty of Arts’ School of Music website or at the School of Music Advising Office. Students apply in January of the second year of their undergraduate program and must receive approval from the School of Music and the Faculty of Education.

Bachelor of Kinesiology (Physical and Health Education Option) plus Bachelor of Education (Teachable Subject in Physical Education)

Students in the School of Kinesiology can apply for admission online on the School of Kinesiology website or at the Kinesiology Advising Office. Students apply in January of the second year of their undergraduate program and must receive approval from the School of Kinesiology and the Faculty of Education.

All students whose applications are successful will be admitted to the Faculty of Education beginning in Summer Session, Year 2. Continuation will require successful completion of both Year 2 of the Kinesiology major and the in-school practicum in May following the second year of their undergraduate program.

Bachelor of Science (Major in Physics) plus Bachelor of Education (Teachable Subject in Physics)

Students in the Faculty of Science may apply for admission to the program via the Science Information Centre. Students apply in January of the second year of their undergraduate program and must receive approval from the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Education.

All students whose applications are successful will be admitted to the Faculty of Education beginning in Summer Session, Year 2. Continuation will require successful completion of both Year 2 of the Science major and the in-school practicum in May following the second year of their undergraduate program.

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