Welcome to the Faculty of Education
Whether you're a pre-service teacher, in-service teacher or just curious about educational theories, research and practices, our intimate and responsive programs are designed to help you think critically, build confidence and achieve success in your career.
As a leader in Education, we are proud to offer exciting opportunities for students, researchers and communities to engage in equitable, inclusive and culturally-responsive educational advancement.
From international education and social justice to educational psychology and diversity in learning, there's no limit to the themes you can explore with the Faculty of Education. Our programs and courses are also taught in French at all levels.
BACHELOR OF GENERAL STUDIES IN EDUCATION (BGS)
Develop the skills you'll need to become a curious, passionate and versatile life-long learner. Ideal for anyone interested in education, the BGS is a highly-flexible program allows you to explore educational themes and other fields of study at the same time.
BACHELOR OF GENERAL STUDIES (BGS) - ONLINE
This online version of the BGS will appeal if you need even more flexibility to accommodate work committments, distance from campus, childcare, travel and more.
BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (BEd)
Do you have your heart set on becoming an elementary or secondary school teacher? The BEd could be the right program for you. More niche than the BGS, the BEd requires the completion of 60 units before entering the program, as well as completion of the Professional Development Program (PDP).
BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (BEd) SECOND DEGREE
If you already have a Bachelor's degree and have been admitted to the Professional Development Program (PDP) or the Professional Linking Program (PLP), the BEd second degree has been designed with you in mind.
Do you want to explore education to compliment another major area of study? Our range of education minors are popular with students from all disciplines.
From early learning and international education, to social justice and diversity in learning, there's no limit to the themes you can explore with the Faculty of Education.