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Bachelor of Education

 Program Overview

Our two-year consecutive Bachelor of Education degree is designed to prepare teachers for the Primary/Junior divisions (Grades K-6), Primary/Junior French as a Second Language (Grades K-6) or Junior/Intermediate divisions (Grades 4 to 10). Our innovative program maintains strong partnerships with local school boards.  

Find all the information you need to know during your studies in the Bachelor of Education program: 

Inclement Weather Days

You are responsible for checking with the university for closures related to university classes due to inclement weather. 

If the university is closed due to inclement weather, you are not expected to attend. 

Should a school site be open during inclement weather, but you are unable to attend safely, you must inform the Practicum Office as soon as possible using the Absence Form on Navigator (you will receive instructions for this site prior to your first practicum) and also contact your Associate Teacher.  


Our academic advising team can assist you with program and course requirements including GPAs, course registration, creating an academic plan and investigating appropriate campus resources. 

We recommend that you connect with an academic advisor once a year to ensure you remain on track with your degree requirements.