Undergraduate Studies in Education
Bachelor of Education as a Second Degree
To declare a Bachelor of Education as a second degree, you must possess a Bachelor’s degree, meet SFU’s literacy and quantitative requirements and have been admitted to one of the following teacher education programs:
- Professional Development Program (PDP);
- Professional Linking Program (PLP); or
- Alaska Highway Consortium on Teacher Education (AHCOTE)
TEACHER CERTIFICATION BRANCH REQUIREMENTS
Please note, it is your (the student's) responsibility to ensure that you meet the Teacher Certification Branch's requirements for a Professional Teaching Certificate.
WRITING, QUANTITATIVE AND BREADTH REQUIREMENTS
If you are admitted to second degree, you are deemed to have met all of the breadth requirements, the lower-division W of the two required W courses, and one of the two required Q courses.
The remaining W and Q courses must be a minimum of 3 units each:
- W course must be upper division and within the major; and
- Q course may be upper division or lower division.
RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS AND TRANSFER CREDITS
All courses applied towards the Bachelor of Education 2nd degree must be taken at SFU.
In addition to the courses listed, you should consult an academic advisor to plan the remaining required elective courses.