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FACULTY OF EDUCATION

PROGRAMS
Consecutive Bachelor of Education (2-year program)

Bachelor of Education/Diploma in Technological Education
Minor in Organizational Learning and Teaching

Concurrent Bachelor of Music-Music Education (Honours)/Bachelor of Education
Concurrent General Bachelor of Arts (Drama)/Bachelor of Education
Concurrent General Bachelor of Arts (English Language and Literature)/Bachelor of Education
Concurrent General Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)/Bachelor of Education/Diploma in Early Childhood Education
Concurrent General Bachelor of Arts (French Studies)/Bachelor of Education
Concurrent General Bachelor of Arts (History)/Bachelor of Education
Concurrent General Bachelor of Arts (Visual Arts) /Bachelor of Education
Concurrent General Bachelor of Science (General Science)/Bachelor of Education
Concurrent General Bachelor of Mathematics/Bachelor of Education

As of Fall 2014, there are no new admissions to the following programs:
Concurrent Bachelor of Science (Honours) Chemistry (with thesis)/Bachelor of Education
Concurrent Bachelor of Science (Honours) Chemistry/Bachelor of Education
Concurrent Bachelor of Science (Honours) Biological Sciences/Bachelor of Education
Concurrent Bachelor of Science (Honours) Biological Sciences(with thesis)/Bachelor of Education
Concurrent Bachelor of Computer Science (Honours)/Bachelor of Education
Concurrent Bachelor of Arts/ Bachelor of Education/Diploma in Early Childhood Education (Housed in FAHSS)

As of Fall 2013, there are no new admissions to this program:
Joint Bachelor of Education/Early Childhood Education Diploma (BEd/ECE)

Additional Information: Education General Information and Program Regulations
GENERAL UNDERGRADUATE REGULATIONS



Consecutive Bachelor of Education (2 year program)

APPLICATION

Candidates wishing to enter the two-year, pre-service program of study must apply through the Ontario Universities' Application Centre using the on-line application form (www.ouac.on.ca/teas/).

Applications must be received by the Centre by the announced date.

Applicants select one of three possible levels of teaching specialization: Primary-Junior (Junior Kindergarten to Grade 6), Junior-Intermediate (Grades 4 to 10), and Intermediate-Senior (Grades 7 to 12). Pertinent theory and exemplary teaching practices are supplemented by directed observation and field experience.

SELECTION OF CANDIDATES
Candidates will be selected for admission to the Pre-Service program on the basis of superior academic qualifications and experience profiles.

The Faculty of Education also offers an Equity Admissions Program.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
1) A candidate for admission to the two-year, pre-service program of study leading to the Bachelor of Education (General) Degree and the Ontario Certificate of Qualification must submit proof of graduation with an approved degree from an accredited university. The candidate's university degree program must include at least ninety academic credits or equivalent beyond the Ontario Secondary Diploma (or equivalent.)

2) A candidate who wishes to qualify for the Ontario Certificate of Qualification, Intermediate-Senior concentration, will be required to select two teachable subjects from the following: Business Studies - General, Biology, Chemistry, Dramatic Arts, English, French as a Second Language, Geography, History, Mathematics, Music-Instrumental, Music-Vocal, Physical and Health Education, Physics, Science (General), Social Sciences General, and Visual Arts.

Junior-Intermediate candidates will be required to select one teachable subject from the same list, excluding Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Social Sciences-General, Business Studies-General.

A candidate for the Intermediate-Senior level must have as prerequisites for the major teachable subject at least ten semester courses or equivalent (thirty credits) and for the second teachable subject at least six semester courses or equivalent (eighteen credits). Prerequisites for the Social Sciences General include courses in Anthropology, Political Science, Psychology, Women’s Studies and/or Sociology. Candidates for the Junior-Intermediate area should have as prerequisites for their teachable subject at least six semester courses or equivalent (eighteen credits). Additional requirements apply for Music and French as a Second Language teachable subjects. Please see the Faculty of Education website.

3) The following are required of all accepted applicants:
    (a) completed application form with the documents noted on form;
    (b) birth certificate and Social Insurance Number (S.I.N.);
    (c) proof of Canadian Citizenship or permanent residency as defined by the Immigration Act (Canada), or of eligibility for employment in Canada (if the Ontario Certificate of Qualification or a Temporary Letter of Standing is to be awarded);
    (d) legal proof of change of name must be submitted where the name being used differs from that shown on the birth certificate.
4) Additional requirements:
    (a) Prior to September 15, the candidate must present proof of a tuberculin test as required by the Ontario Ministry of Health. The test must have been administered during the previous twelve months.
    (b) An official police criminal record check. The check must have been obtained within the previous six months.
    (c) After acceptance, students are required to submit to the Faculty a recent photograph (passport-size) for identification purposes within the Faculty of Education.
    (d) Candidates are advised that they are responsible for their own transportation to and from field placements.

STANDING REQUIRED FOR CONTINUATION

Faculty Courses:
Teacher Candidates, who obtain three or more final grades below a 60-62.9% in any course in the program, or one or more final grades of 0-49.9% in any course in the program, over the duration of the program, will have failed the Bachelor of Education (BEd) Degree and will not be eligible for recommendation to the Ontario College of Teachers for certification. In all such cases, upon a cumulative academic record as defined above, Teacher Candidates will be required to meet with the Associate Dean Pre-Service immediately to review their academic standing, which may lead to the requirement to withdraw from the program. Teacher Candidates may be provided with an opportunity to return to the Faculty of Education to fulfill outstanding requirements for the completion of the BEd Degree. Conditions of reinstatement are the sole prerogative of the Dean or her/his designate.

Practicum:
Each teacher candidate receives a final Pass/Fail grade for Practice Teaching (80-499). A pass is an essential prerequisite for both the BEd degree and recommendation for certification to the Ontario College of Teachers. The Pass/Fail determination is based on the Faculty Advisor’s Final Summative Practicum Report/Portfolio Assessment, which documents the overall field experience using a range of criteria. Satisfactory performance in practice teaching is essential for success.

Generally, in order to pass, a teacher candidate will have received “Satisfactory” Summative assessments from the Associate/Mentor Teacher at the end of each placement. However, in cases where a teacher candidate receives a “Borderline” Summative assessment in the first placement, but receives “Satisfactory” Summative evaluations in all subsequent placements, the teacher candidate’s status will be reviewed by the Associate Dean, Pre-Service. A teacher candidate who receives a “Borderline” assessment in either of the final two placements will be required to complete an additional placement and obtain a “Satisfactory” Summative assessment.

A teacher candidate who receives a Summative “Borderline” assessment will be notified in writing that he/she is in danger of not meeting the standard required in order to obtain a Pass. Teacher candidates who receive either two Summative “Borderline” assessments or one Summative “Unsatisfactory” assessment have not met the standard required to obtain a Pass in 80-499. All such cases will be reviewed by the Associate Dean, Pre-Service, who will determine the next steps in the process. Placements which are terminated by the school will be considered “Unsatisfactory.”

Practicum Failure
It should be noted that failure may result from any serious contravention of the Ontario College of Teachers Standards of Practice and Ethical Standards for the Teaching Profession, including, but not limited to:
- Professional misconduct during the practicum component of the Faculty of Education program;
- Academic misconduct during the practicum component of the Faculty of Education program; and/or
- Neglect of teaching responsibilities and/or poor teaching performance during the practicum.

Failure due to issues related to performance in teaching practice, include, but are not limited to:
- Unsatisfactory performance in teaching practice (2 borderline or 1 unsatisfactory summative assessment); and/or
- An unsatisfactory portfolio assessment by the Faculty Advisor.

Failure for Cause
In certain circumstances a candidate may be deemed to have failed the Practice Teaching course, 80-499, for cause. Failure for cause may result from professional misconduct during the practicum and/or gross neglect of teaching duties. All cases of this kind are referred for investigation and decision to the Associate Dean, Pre-Service Education, who may refer the matter to the Professional Standards Committee.

Sessional records
Sessional records include term assignments, oral and written tests, and practical work. The general attitude of the candidate to his or her work, adaptability to teaching, and the probability of future success as a teacher may be taken into consideration in determining sessional standing.

Final grades
Final grades awarded are based upon the accumulated evaluation of the candidate. Formal final examinations may be held; however, no formal supplemental examinations will be allowed.

STANDING REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION
To complete the Bachelor of Education (BEd) Degree and be recommended to the Ontario College of Teachers for certification, teacher candidates must meet the expectations in all areas of the pre-service education program. This means that candidates must successfully complete their course work, field experience (Each teacher candidate must receive a pass in 80-499 as a prerequisite for both the BEd degree and recommendation for certification to the Ontario College of Teachers), professional learning series activities and the Professional Growth Portfolio.

TEACHER CERTIFICATION
The Faculty of Education provides programs and courses in teacher education but does not issue a teaching certificate. The responsibility for teacher certification lies with the Ontario College of Teachers. Upon successful completion of the requirements for teacher certification in Ontario, a recommendation will be made by the Dean of the Faculty to the Ontario College of Teachers indicating eligibility for the Ontario Certificate of Qualification. Candidates who successfully complete either the Consecutive or the Concurrent Programs of Study including Practice Teaching will be awarded the BEd degree of the University of Windsor, and will be recommended to the Ontario College of Teachers indicating eligibility for an Ontario Certificate of Qualification.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

Total courses: 60 credits (20 course equivalencies)

(a) For all Divisions (P/J, J/I, I/S):
80-201. Foundations of Practice Pt. I (1.5)
80-202. Foundations of Practice Pt. II (1.5)
80-203. Educational Psychology (3)
80-204. Differentiated Instruction (3)
80-205. Educational Foundations Law and Ethics (3)
80-206. Aboriginal Ways of Knowing: Cultural, Political & Linguistic Contexts (1.5)
80-207. Service Learning Specialization (3)
80-208. Assessment and Evaluation (1.5)
80-209. Critical Analysis of Social, Global & Cultural Issues in Education (1.5)
80-210. Foundations of Practice (III) Law and Ethics - School Governance (1.5)
80-499. Practicum

Professional Development: Professional Learning Series (approximately 10 days during the Fall/Winter) (non-credit)

(i) Primary/Junior Stream

General Methodology Courses:
80-215. Mathematics Foundations (3)
80-311. Visual Arts Methodology (3)
80-312. Digital Technology and Social Media Applications (3)
80-313. Health and Physical Education (3)
80-314. Language Arts (3)
80-315. Mathematics Methodology (3)
80-316. Music Methodology (3)
80-317. Science (3)80-318. Social Studies (3)
80-318. Social Studies (3)
80-411. Drama Methodology (1.5)
80-412. Dance Methodology (1.5)
80-414. Language and Media Literacy (1.5)

For students who wish to teach in the Catholic school system in Ontario:80-200. Religious Education in Roman Catholic Schools (1.5)

(ii) Junior/Intermediate Stream

General Methodology Courses:
80-221. Pedagogy of the Arts (1.5)
80-225. Mathematics Foundations (1.5)
80-321.Visual Arts Methodology (3.0)
80-326. Music Methodology (1.5)
80-322. Digital Technology and Social Media Applications (3)
80-323. Health and Physical Education (1.5)
80-324. Language Arts (1.5)
80-325. Mathematics Methodology (1.5)
80-327. Science (3)
80-328. Social Studies (1.5)
80-421. Drama Methodology (1.5)
80-422. Dance Methodology (1.5)
80-424. Language and Media Literacy (1.5)

Specialised Methodology Courses:
One Teachable (6) to be selected from the following:
80-352. Art (6)
80-356. English (6)
80-358. French (6)
80-362. History (6)
80-366. Mathematics (6)
80-367. Music (Instruments) (6)
80-368. Music (Vocals) (6)
80-369. Health and Physical Education (6)
80-379. Drama (6)
80-380. General Science (6)

For students who wish to teach in the Catholic school system in Ontario:80-200. Religious Education in Roman Catholic Schools (1.5)

(ii) Intermediate/Senior Stream

General Methodology Courses:
80-231. Pedagogy of the Arts (1.5)
80-331. Visual Arts Methodology (1.5)
80-336 Music Methodology (1.5)
80-332. Digital Technology and Social Media Applications (3)
80-333. Health and Physical Education (1.5)
80-334. Language across the Curriculum (1.5)
80-335. Mathematics (1.5)
80-337. Science (1.5)
80-338. Social Studies (1.5)
80-339. Career and Guidance Education (3)
80-421 Drama Methodology (1.5)

Specialised Methodology Courses:

Two Teachables (6 each) to be selected from the following:
80-352. Art (6)
80-356. English (6)
80-358. French (6)
80-362. History (6)
80-366. Mathematics (6)
80-367. Music (Instruments) (6)
80-368. Music (Vocals) (6)
80-369. Health and Physical Education (6)
80-370. Business Studies (6)
80-373. Biology (6)
80-374. Chemistry (6)
80-376. Physics (6)
80-377. Social Sciences (6)
80-379. Drama (6)
80-380. General Science (6)

For students who wish to teach in the Catholic school system in Ontario:80-200. Religious Education in Roman Catholic Schools (1.5)
Professional Development: Professional Learning Series (approximately 10 days during the Fall/Winter) (non-credit)


Bachelor of Education/Diploma in Technological Education
The Faculty of Education, in partnership with the Windsor-Essex Catholic School Board and the Greater Essex County District School Board, offers Technological Studies to those wanting to teach this subject in Ontario High Schools. The program is offered over the course of fourteen months, with course work being held two semesters (July and August) in Summer I, a practicum/internship at an Ontario High School from September to June (minimum of 80 days practicum) and two semesters (July and August) in Summer II. This program provides the preparation required for certification by the Ontario College of Teachers for teaching Technological Studies in Ontario High Schools. Candidates with a Bachelor’s degree receive a B.Ed. degree in Technological Studies and candidates with no degree receive a Diploma in Education - Technological Studies. Graduates of the Diploma in Education – Technological Studies who later obtain an acceptable degree can apply to Registrar’s to have the Diploma converted to a B.Ed. Successful completion of Summer I and a practicum of a minimum of ten days will qualify candidates to apply to the Ontario College of Teachers (OCT) for a Transitional Certificate of Qualification and Registration. Upon successful completion of the entire program, candidates are qualified to apply to the OCT for a Certificate of Qualification and Registration.

BROAD-BASED TECHNOLOGICAL EDUCATION SUBJECTS - Intermediate (Grades 9-10) and Senior (Grades 11-12)

Communications Technology
Computer Technology
Construction Technology
Green Industries
Hairstyling and Aesthetics
Health Care
Hospitality and Tourism
Manufacturing Technology
Technological Design
Transportation Technology

Application and Admission:
Applications are made through the Teacher Education Application Services (www.ouac.on.ca/teas/)

Technological Competencey Requirements (as per OCT Registration Guide for Technological Education)

Documents required:
    1. A resume providing an overview of your academic background and work experience.
    2. Copies of your certificate (s) of qualification and/or certificate(s) of apprenticeship (if applying to teach to a regulated trade). To be a teacher in automotive (Transportation), electrical (Construction) or hairstyling, the applicant must hold a valid trade license. If accepted, you will be required to bring the original documents for validation on your first day of classes.
    3. Letters of wage-earning experience.
    a) You will need to show that you have accumulated five years of work experience, outside of teaching, in your trade (1,700 hours equals one year). The letter(s) must include your name, your position(s) in the company, the length of work experience(s), with start and end dates, typical hours of work per week, indication as to full or part-time employment, a brief description of the work, a detailed description of duties and skills used in the position. These letters must be original signed letters on official company letterhead, with the supervisor’s name, title, address and contact information provided. We cannot return letters to you, so it is recommended that you ask for additional original copies for your future use. We recognize that it is sometimes impossible to provide original and appropriate documentation for wage-earning experience due to events such as bankruptcy, death or retirement of the employer. In these circumstances you must provide: i) a sworn statement or solemn affirmation made before a commissioner of oaths indicating the reason(s) why this information is not available; ii) copies of T-4 tax forms or a statement from an accountant to confirm the income and dates of employment.
    b) If you have been self-employed or in a family business: i) a sworn statement or solemn affirmation made before a commissioner of oaths indicating that you were self-employed is acceptable. The statement should include the duration of employment, the actual start and end dates and the nature of duties; ii) a copy of business license or registration supporting the duration of employment noted in the sworn statement; iii) copies of income tax assessments (which indicate self-employment) supporting the duration of employment noted in the sworn statement, or a statement from an accountant, comfirming income, or an annual report; iv) At least one letter from a major supplier attesting to materials purchased and/or a client attesting to the work completed.

Required Documentation prior to receiving a practicum:

The following are required of all accepted applicants:
      (a) birth certificate and Social Insurance Number (S.I.N.);(b) proof of Canadian Citizenship or permanent residency as defined by the Immigration Act (Canada), or of eligibility for employment in Canada (if the Ontario Certificate of Qualification or a Temporary Letter of Standing is to be awarded);(c) legal proof of change of name must be submitted where the name being used differs from that shown on the birth certificate.
Additional requirements:
    (a) Prior to September, the candidate must present proof of a tuberculin test as required by the Ontario Ministry of Health. The test must have been administered during the previous twelve months.(b) An official police criminal record check. The check must have been obtained within the previous six months.(c) A recent photograph (passport-size) for identification purposes within the Faculty of Education.(d) Candidates are advised that they are responsible for their own transportation to and from field placements.

Credits Required for the program: 60

Required courses:

80-203 Educational Psychology (3.0); 80-204 Differentiated Instruction (3.0); 80-205 Educational Foundations, Law and Ethics (3.0); 80-206 Aboriginal Ways of Knowing (1.5); 80-208 Assessment and Evaluation (1.5); 80-332 Digital Technology (3.0); 80-334 Language Across the Curriculum (1.5); 80-339 Career and Guidance (1.5); 80-386 Curriculum Development for Technological Studies Pt. 1 (4.5); 80-387 Principles & Methods of Teaching Technological Studies Pt. 1 (4.5); 80-388 Curriculum Development for Technological Studies Pt. II (4.5); 80-389 Principles and Methods of Teaching Technological Studies Pt. II (4.5); 80-497 Internship (12.0); 80-498 Practucum (12.0)

Standing Required for Continuation in Program
70% major average. Candidates who obtain a grade below 50% in any course will be required to withdraw from the program.



Standing Required for Graduation
70% major average.

Course used to calculate the major average are: all required courses.

The Faculty of Education does not issue a teaching certificate. The Ontario Certificate of Qualification is issued by the Ontario College of Teachers upon recommendation of the Dean of the Faculty of Educationt. Only Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents of Canada qualify for this certificate. Under certain conditions, the Ontario College of Teachers may grant a non-Canadian citizen an Interim Certificate of Qualification. Candidates who obtain three or more final course grades below 65% will not be recommended for certification. Candidates who are unsuccessful in the internship or the practicum will not be recommended for either a diploma/degree or certification.

Minor in Organizational Learning and Teaching

NOTE: Courses that lead to the Minor in Organizational Learning and Teaching can not be counted towards a Bachelor of Education.

Total Courses: 6 courses
14-80-420 Theories of Individual and Collective Learning
14-80-410 Learning-Centred Teaching: Planning, Delivery, Assessment and Evaluation
14-80-415 Learning Organizations: Management and Leadership
14-80-405 Instructional Technology
14-80-400 Diversity and Inclusion in the Learning Organization
14-80-480 Experiential Learning Field Placement


Concurrent Bachelor of Music/Music Education (Honours)/Bachelor of Education

Total course equivalents: Forty

All students are required to complete the requirements of the Bachelor of Education degree program, in addition to the following Bachelor of Music course requirements:
    (a) History and Literature (Musicology/Ethnomusicology): three courses, consisting of 32-126, 32-127 and one of 32-346 32-227, 32-226, 32-326, 22-327, 32-317, 32-346, 32-426, 32-427, 32-437, 32-447
    (b) Theory and Composition: six courses, consisting of 32-112, 32-113, 32-212, 32-213; and the 1.50 credit hour courses 32-222, 32-223, 32-322, and 32-323.
    (c) Performance Studies: eight courses, consisting of one course from the series 33-347 to 33-369, or 33-371 (taken eight times).
    (d) Ensembles: four courses, consisting of eight 1.50 credit hour courses (one in each of eight terms) of 33-210, 33-220, or 33-310.
    (e) Methods and Pedagogy: five courses, consisting of 32-239, 32-248, 32-255, 32-269, and 32-279.
    (f) Music Education: four courses, consisting of 32-285, 32-484, 32-485 and 32-494.
    (g) two additional courses in History and Literature (Musicology) or Theory and Composition, or one course in the above areas plus two 1.50 courses in Ensembles.
    (h) 01-150, 01-151;
    (i) six courses from any area of study, excluding Music and Music Therapy, that are required for the student’s second teachable. Options for Concurrent Music Education (Vocal or Instrumental) second teachable: English, French (ten courses required for second teachable, requiring 6 years of study), Mathematics, Social Sciences – General, History.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) to (g), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION
Total course equivalents: Twenty

All students are required to complete the requirements of the Bachelor of Music-Music Education (Honours) degree program, in addition to the following Education courses: 80-201 (1.5), 80-202 (1.5), 80-203 (3.0), 80-204 (3.0), 80-206 (1.5), 80-207 (3.0), 80-208 (1.5), 80-209 (1.5), 80-210 (1.5), 80-231 (1.5), 80-331 (1.5), 80-332 (3.0) 80-333 (1.5), 80-334 (1.5), 80-335 (1.5), 80-336 (1.5), 80-337 (1.5), 80-338 (1.5), 80-339 (1.5), 80-431 (1.5), 80-367 or 80-368, (6.0) plus one additional teachable course selected from 80-352 (6.0), 80-356 (6.0), 80-362 (6.0), , 80-358 (6.0), 80-366 (6.0); 80-377 (6.0); 80-379 (6.0) and, 80-499 (12.0) Students planning on teaching in the Roman Catholic School Board must also take 80-200 (1.5).

RECOMMENDED COURSE SEQUENCES

CONCURRENT BACHELOR OF MUSIC - MUSIC EDUCATION (HONOURS)/ BACHELOR OF EDUCATION

First Year: Ten courses as per Music Education Calendar.
Second Year: Twelve courses as per Music Education Calendar.
Third Year: In the third year, students will take the entire Year 1 of the B.Ed. program, and Lessons (consisting of one course from the series 33-347 to 33-369, or 33-371, taken twice [once in each semester]) and Ensemble (consisting of two courses of 33-210, 33-220, or 33-310, taken once in each semester) from Music.

Fourth Year: Eleven Courses as per Music Education Calendar.
Fifth Year: In the fifth year, students will take the entire Year 2 of the B.Ed. program, and Ensemble (consisting of two courses of 33-210, 33-220, or 33-310, taken once in each semester) from Music.
Summer: Students will take two three second teachable courses in summer term, at any point in the degree

Standing required for continuation and graduation from the concurrent program:
70% major average and 60% cumulative in the Bachelor of Music-Music Education (Honours)

Teacher candidates, who obtain three or more final grades below 70%, or one or more final grade of 49% in any course, will have failed the Bachelor of Education Degree and will not be eligible for recommendation to the Ontario College of Teachers for certification. In all such cases, teacher candidates may immediately be withdrawn from the B.Ed. Program. All cases will be reviewed by the Dean of Education or her/his designate. Teacher candidates may be provided an opportunity to return to the Faculty of Education to fulfill outstanding requirements for the completion of the B.Ed. Degree. Under certain circumstances, conditions of reinstatement are the sole prerogative of the Dean or her/his designate.

Unprofessional conduct by teacher candidates is investigated by the Professional Standards Committee (PSC). The Mandate of the PSC is to review the performance of all teacher candidates who have been deemed to have failed for cause or failed Practice Teaching for issues related to inadequate teaching performance. The PSC makes recommendations of a teacher candidate’s status in the program and communicates this in writing to the Dean and the teacher candidate. Candidates have the right to appeal the decision, first, to the Dean of Education and then, through the Office of the Registrar, University of Windsor, if necessary. In all cases, teacher candidates are provided due process with opportunity to hear and respond to the case against them. It should be noted that failure may be the result of any serious contravention of the Ontario College of Teachers Standards of Practice and Ethical Standards of Practice for the teaching profession, including, but not limited to:


    Professional misconduct during any component of the Faculty of Education program;

    Academic misconduct during any component of the Faculty of Education program; and/or

    Neglect of teaching responsibilities and/or poor teaching performance during the practicum.


Concurrent General Bachelor of Arts (Drama)/Bachelor of Education

The Concurrent General Bachelor of Arts (Drama)/Bachelor of Education Program is offered jointly over five years by the School of Dramatic Art and the Faculty of Education. The program prepares individuals to teach at the intermediate and senior levels (grades 7 – 12), with a particular emphasis on teaching Drama and a second teachable Intermediate Senior candidates choose two teaching subjects. Applicants must complete at least ten semester undergraduate courses (30 semester hours) in the first teachable subject and at least six semester undergraduate courses (18 semester hours) in the second teachable subject. Options for Concurrent Drama second teachable: English, History, French (ten courses required for second teachable), Health and Physical Education, Music – Vocal or Instrumental (ten courses required for second teachable), Visual Art, Social Sciences. .

Graduates of this program will receive two degrees and will acquire the necessary skills and knowledge for teaching Drama in the English language school system (Public or Roman Catholic school system) and fulfill the requirements for recommendation for certification to the Ontario College of Teachers. It offers students the opportunity to begin working towards teaching certification early in their academic careers. Students can qualify for the General Bachelor of Arts (Drama) degree while concurrently studying education and doing practice teaching in schools. Practice Teaching begins in Year One of the program. All students should see an advisor in the School of Dramatic Art and in the Faculty of Education, on a regular basis, to discuss course selection and academic progress.

Students must successfully complete the Bachelor of Arts degree program to be eligible to graduate with a Bachelor of Education degree.

APPLICATION AND ADMISSION

Admission is to first-year only with a minimum of 75%. Applicants from high school must present six Grade 12 "U" or "M" courses including Grade 12 "U" English. Enrolment in this program is limited.

For Admission to the General BA in Drama, students will be selected based on a successful workshop/interview process.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

General Bachelor of Arts in Drama

Total course equivalents: Thirty

All Students are required to complete the requirements of the Education program, in addition to the following requirements of the Bachelor of Drama (General) degree program:
(a) 24-100, 24-200, 24-160, 24-161, 24-277, 24-284, 24-360, 24-225, 24-235, plus two from the following: 24-371, 24-378, 24-470, 24-471; two from the following: 24-130, 24-230, 24-330, 24-333; two from the following: 24-24-211, 24-213, 24-319, 24-215, 24-315;
(b) 01-150, and 01-151
(c) 8 courses from any area of study excluding Drama
(d) 5 courses from anywhere including Drama.

Courses used to calculate the Drama major average are: courses listed under requirement (a), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Bachelor of Education

Total course equivalents: Twenty

All students are required to complete the requirements of the Bachelor of Arts: Drama degree program (General), in addition to the following Education courses: 80-199, 80-299, 80-399, 80-201 (1.5), 80-202 (1.5), 80-203 (3.0), 80-204 (3.0), 80-206 (1.5), 80-207 (3.0), 80-208 (1.5), 80-209 (1.5), 80-210 (1.5), 80-231 (1.5), 80-331 (1.5), 80-332 (3.0) 80-333 (1.5), 80-334 (1.5), 80-335 (1.5), 80-336 (1.5), 80-337 (1.5), 80-338 (1.5), 80-339 (1.5), 80-431 (1.5), 80-379, (6.0) plus one additional teachable course selected from 80-356 (6.0), 80-358 (6.0), 80-369 (6.0), 80-362 (6.0), 80-367 (6.0), 80-368 (6.0), 80-352 (6.0), 80-377 (6.0); and, 80-499 (12.0) Students planning on teaching in the Roman Catholic School Board must also take 80-200 (1.5).

Courses used to calculate the Education major average are: All required Education courses.

COURSE SEQUENCE

First Year: 10 courses from the General BA in Drama, plus Education 80-199 ‘Community Service Education’ (50 hours over two semesters).
Second Year: Ten courses from the General BA in Drama, plus Education 80-299 ‘Teaching and Learning Part I’ (50 hours over two semesters).
Third Year: In the third year, students will take the entire Year 1 of the BEd program.
Fourth Year: 10 Courses from the General BA in Drama – completing the requirements of a 3-year general degree in Drama, plus Education 80-399 ‘Teaching and Learning Part II (50 hours over two semesters)
Fifth Year: In the fifth year, students will take the entire Year 2 of the BEd program.

*A student may complete the requirements for an honours degree in Drama and Education by completing additional courses during the summer term and/or completing a Sixth Year. See calendar for course requirements for the Honours BA in Drama and Education.

STANDING REQUIRED FOR CONTINUATION IN THE CONCURRENT PROGRAM
70% major average and 60% cumulative average in the General BA in Drama.
70% major average in the Bachelor of Education.

STANDING REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION FROM THE CONCURRENT PROGRAM
70% major average and 60% cumulative average in the General BA in Drama.
70% major average in the Bachelor of Education.


Concurrent General Bachelor of Arts (English Language and Literature)/Bachelor of Education

The Concurrent General Bachelor of Arts (English Language and Literature)/Bachelor of Education Program is offered jointly over five years by the Department of English Language and Literature and the Faculty of Education. The program prepares individuals to teach at the intermediate and senior levels (grades 7 – 12), with a particular emphasis on teaching English Language and Literature and a second teachable Intermediate Senior candidates choose two teaching subjects. Applicants must complete at least ten semester undergraduate courses (30 semester hours) in the first teachable subject and at least six semester undergraduate courses (18 semester hours) in the second teachable subject. Options for Concurrent English, Language and Literature second teachable: Business, Geography, History, French (ten courses required for second teachable), Health and Physical Education, Music – Vocal or Instrumental (ten courses required for second teachable), Social Sciences, Visual Art. .

Graduates of this program will receive two degrees and will acquire the necessary skills and knowledge for teaching English in the English language school system (Public or Roman Catholic school system) and fulfill the requirements for recommendation for certification to the Ontario College of Teachers. It offers students the opportunity to begin working towards teaching certification early in their academic careers. Students can qualify for the General Bachelor of Arts (English) degree while concurrently studying education and doing practice teaching in schools. Practice Teaching begins in Year One of the program. All students should see an Advisor in the Department of English and in the Faculty of Education on a regular basis to discuss course selection and academic progress.

Students must successfully complete the Bachelor of Arts degree program to be eligible to graduate with a Bachelor of Education degree.

APPLICATION AND ADMISSION

Admission is to first-year only with a minimum of 75%. Applicants from high school must present six Grade 12 "U" or "M" courses including Grade 12 "U" English. Enrolment in this program is limited.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

General Bachelor of Arts in English Language and Literature

Total course equivalents: Thirty

(a) 26-120, 26-210, and 26-211 (Students are encouraged to take 26-210 and 26-211 in their first year.);
(b) 26-260 or 26-270;
(c) one other 200-level course;
(d) one course from each of Categories A through E. (Only one of 26-326 or 26-327 counts toward Category A.);
(e) two additional English courses

*If 26-260 is used to satisfy both (b) above and the Category C requirement under (d), the student must take one additional course under (e) to bring the total number of English courses up to the required twelve for the degree program.
**26-203, 26-315, 26-325, 26-340, 26-345, and 26-498 are all double-credit (6.0 credit) courses.**

(f) two courses from Social Sciences;
(g) two courses from Languages or Science;
(h) two courses from any area of study, excluding Arts.
(i) 01-150;
(j) four courses from any area of study, including English;
(k) seven courses from any area of study, excluding English.

Courses used to calculate the English major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) to (e), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Bachelor of Education

Total course equivalents: Twenty

All students are required to complete the requirements of the Bachelor of Arts: English, Language and Literature degree program (General), in addition to the following Education courses: 80-199, 80-299, 80-399, 80-201 (1.5), 80-202 (1.5), 80-203 (3.0), 80-204 (3.0), 80-206 (1.5), 80-207 (3.0), 80-208 (1.5), 80-209 (1.5), 80-210 (1.5), 80-231 (1.5), 80-331 (1.5), 80-332 (3.0) 80-333 (1.5), 80-334 (1.5), 80-335 (1.5), 80-336 (1.5), 80-337 (1.5), 80-338 (1.5), 80-339 (1.5), 80-431 (1.5), 80-356, (6.0) plus one additional teachable course selected from 80-370 (6.0), 80-369 (6.0), 80-362 (6.0), 80-367 (6.0), 80-368 (6.0), 80-359 (6.0), 80-358 (6.0), 80-377 (6.0), 80-352 (6.0); and, 80-499 (12.0) Students planning on teaching in the Roman Catholic School Board must also take 80-200 (1.5).

Courses used to calculate the Education major average are: All required Education courses.

COURSE SEQUENCE

First Year: 10 courses from the General BA in English Language and Literature, plus Education 80-199 ‘Community Service Education’ (50 hours over two semesters).
Second Year: Ten courses from the General GA in English Language and Literature, plus Education 80-299 ‘Teaching and Learning Part I’ (50 hours over two semesters).
Third Year: In the third year, students will take the entire Year 1 of the BEd program.
Fourth Year: 10 Courses from the General BA in English Language and Literature – completing the requirements of a 3-year general degree in English Language and Literature, plus Education 80-399 ‘Teaching and Learning Part II’ (50 hours over two semesters).
Fifth Year: In the fifth year, students will take the entire Year 2 of the BEd program.

*A student may complete the requirements for an honours degree in English Language and Literature by completing additional courses during the summer term and/or completing a Sixth Year. See calendar for course requirements for the Honours BA in English Language and Literature.

STANDING REQUIRED FOR CONTINUATION IN THE CONCURRENT PROGRAM
70% major average and 60% cumulative average in the General BA in English Language and Literature.
70% major average in the Bachelor of Education.

STANDING REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION FROM THE CONCURRENT PROGRAM
70% major average and 60% cumulative average in the General BA in English Language and Literature.
70% major average in the Bachelor of Education.


Concurrent General Bachelor of Arts (French Studies)/Bachelor of Education

The Concurrent General Bachelor of Arts in French Studies/Bachelor of Education Program is offered jointly over years by the French Studies Program and the Faculty of Education. The program prepares individuals to teach with a particular emphasis on teaching French as a Second Language at the intermediate and senior levels (grades 7 to 12), with a minimum of 16 credits in French and, normally, 6 credits in a second teachable.

Teachables: Intermediate Senior candidates choose two teaching subjects. Applicants must have at least ten semester undergraduate courses (30 semester hours) in the first teachable subject and normally six semester undergraduate courses (18 semester hours) in the second teachable subject. Students should consult the Faculty of Education website for a list of teachables and combinations of permitted second teachables. Students should also seek Academic Advising from the department of the second teachable to ensure that there are sufficient courses available to non-majors.

Graduates of this program will receive two degrees and will acquire the necessary skills and knowledge for teaching French as a Second Language (Core French or Immersion) in the English language school system (Public or Roman Catholic) and fulfill the requirements for recommendation for certification to the Ontario College of Teachers. It offers students the opportunity to begin working towards teaching certification early in their academic career. Students can qualify for the Bachelor of Arts (General) degree in French Studies while concurrently studying education and doing practice teaching in schools. Practice teaching courses begins in Year One of the program. All students should see an advisor in the French Studies Program and in the Faculty of Education on a regular basis to discuss course selection and academic progress.

Students must successfully complete the Bachelor of Arts degree program to be eligible to graduate with a Bachelor of Education degree.

APPLICATION AND ADMISSION

Admission is to first-year only with a minimum of 75%. Applicants from high school must present six Grade 12"U" or "M" courses including Grade 12"U" English I, Grade 12"U" French, or their equivalents (such as College Boreal High School equivalency French courses) to be accepted. In addition, a minimum 75% in Grade 12U French (or equivalent) is required.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

Bachelor of Arts in French Studies

Total course equivalents: thirty

(a) six Language Training courses: 29-121, 29-122, 29-215 (or 29-315), 29-221, 29-222, 29-325;
(b) five Literature courses: 29-141, 29-357, plus one of 29-284, 29-383, 29-385, plus one 200-level course (excluding 29-284), and one 300 or 400-level courses (excluding 29-383 and 29-385)(students are strongly encouraged to choose a range of Literature courses from France, Francophone Canada and the Francophone World);
(c) three Linguistics courses: 29-230 and 29-231, plus one of 29-330, 29-333;
(d) one Translation course: 29-328 or 29-329;
(e) one Culture courses: 29-260, 29-270, 29-281 or 29-283.
(f) two courses from Social Sciences;
(g) two courses from Arts or Science;
(h) two courses from any area of study, including French Studies.
(i) 01-150, 01-151:
(j) six courses from any area of study, excluding French Studies courses.

Courses used to calculate the French Studies major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) to (e), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Bachelor of Education

Total course equivalents: Twenty

80-201 (1.5), 80-202 (1.5), 80-203 (3.0), 80-204 (3.0), 80-206 (1.5), 80-207 (3.0), 80-208 (1.5), 80-209 (1.5), 80-210 (1.5), 80-231 (1.5), 80-331 (1.5), 80-332 (3.0) 80-333 (1.5), 80-334 (1.5), 80-335 (1.5), 80-336 (1.5), 80-337 (1.5), 80-338 (1.5), 80-339 (1.5), 80-431 (1.5), 80-358 (6.0) plus one additional course selected from: 80-370 (6.0), 80-356 (6.0), 80-362 (6.0), 80-367 (6.0), 80-368 (6.0), 80-377 (6.0), 80-352 (6.0), 80-369 (6.0), 80-359 (6.0); and, 80-499 (12.0) Students planning to teach in the Roman Catholic School Board must also take 80-200 (1.5).

Courses used to calculate the Education major average are: All required Education courses.

COURSE SEQUENCE

First Year: Ten courses from the General BA in French Studies, plus Education 80-199 ‘Community Service Education’ (50 hours over two semesters)

Second Year: Ten courses towards the General BA in French Studies, plus Education 80-299 ‘Teaching and Learning Part I’ (50 hours over two semesters)

Third Year: In the third year, students will take the entire Year 1 of the BEd program.

Fourth Year: Ten Courses towards the General BA in French Studies – completing the requirements of a 3-year general degree in French Studies, plus Education 80-399 ‘Teaching and Learning Part II’ (50 hours over two semesters)

Fifth Year: In the fifth year, students will take the entire Year 2 of the BEd program.

*A student may complete the requirements for an honours degree in French Studies by completing additional courses during the summer term and/or completing a Sixth Year. See calendar for course requirements for the Honours BA in French Studies.

STANDING REQUIRED FOR CONTINUATION IN THE CONCURRENT PROGRAM
70% major average and 60% cumulative average in the General BA in French Studies.
70% major average in the Bachelor of Education.

STANDING REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION FROM THE CONCURRENT PROGRAM
70% major average and 60% cumulative average in the General BA in French Studies.
70% major average in the Bachelor of Education.


Concurrent General Bachelor of Arts (History)/Bachelor of Education

The Concurrent General Bachelor of Arts (History)/Bachelor of Education Program is offered jointly over five years by the Department of History and the Faculty of Education. The program prepares individuals to teach at the intermediate and senior levels (grades 7 – 12), with a particular emphasis on teaching History and a second teachable.

Teachables: Intermediate Senior candidates choose two teaching subjects. Applicants must complete at least ten semester undergradate courses (30 semester hours) in the first teachable subject and normally six semester undergraduate courses (18 semester hours) in the second teachable subject. Students should consult the Faculty of Education website for a list of teachables and combinations of permitted second teachables. Students should also seek Academic Advising from the department of the second teachable to ensure that there are sufficient courses available to non-majors.

Graduates of this program will receive two degrees and will acquire the necessary skills and knowledge for teaching History in the English language school system (Public or Roman Catholic) and fulfill the requirements for recommendation for certification to the Ontario College of Teachers. It offers students the opportunity to begin working towards teaching certification early in their academic careers. Students can qualify for the General Bachelor of Arts (History) degree while concurrently studying education and practice teaching in schools. Practice Teaching begins in Year One of the program. All students should see an advisor in the Department of History and in the Faculty of Education on a regular basis to discuss course selection and academic progress.

Students must successfully complete the Bachelor of Arts degree program to be eligible to graduate with a Bachelor of Education degree.

APPLICATION AND ADMISSION

Admission is to first-year only with a minimum of 75%. Applicants from high school must present six Grade 12 "U" or "M" courses, including Grade 12 "U" English. Enrolment in this program is limited.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

General Bachelor of Arts in History

Total course equivalents: Thirty

(a) 43-110, 43-203;
(b) 7 more History courses at the 100 or 200 Level, up to 2 of which may be 100 Level;
(c) 3 more History courses at the 300 Level or higher.
(d) two courses from Arts;
(e) two courses from Languages, Science, or one of each;
(f) two courses from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences.
(g)01-150, 01-151;
(h) four courses from any area of study, including History, but of which only one may be an additional 100-level History course;
(i) six courses from any area of study, excluding History. Up to four of the following courses may be used to satisfy the requirements under (b) and (c): 02-300, 12-262, 12-263, 12-271, 12-272, 24-130, 24-230, 40-240, 40-241, 95-240. (Please note, instructor's permission may be required.)

Courses used to calculate the History major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) to (c), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Bachelor of Education

Total course equivalents: Twenty

All students are required to complete the requirements of the Bachelor of Arts: History degree program (General), in addition to the following Education courses: 80-199, 80-299, 80-399, 80-201 (1.5), 80-202 (1.5), 80-203 (3.0), 80-204 (3.0), 80-206 (1.5), 80-207 (3.0), 80-208 (1.5), 80-209 (1.5), 80-210 (1.5), 80-231 (1.5), 80-331 (1.5), 80-332 (3.0) 80-333 (1.5), 80-334 (1.5), 80-335 (1.5), 80-336 (1.5), 80-337 (1.5), 80-338 (1.5), 80-339 (1.5), 80-431 (1.5), 80-362, (6.0) plus one additional teachable course selected from 80-370 (6.0), 80-356 (6.0), 80-379 (6.0), 80-367 (6.0), 80-368 (6.0), 80-369 (6.0), 80-359 (6.0), 80-358 (6.0), 80-377 (6.0), 80-352 (6.0); and, 80-499 (12.0) Students planning on teaching in the Roman Catholic School Board must also take 80-200 (1.5).

Courses used to calculate the Education major average are: All required Education courses.

RECOMMENDED COURSE SEQUENCE

First Year: 10 courses as per requirements for History (General) (see calendar requirements above), Education 80-199 ‘Community Service Education’ (50 hours over two semesters).
Second Year: Ten courses as per History(General) calendar, Education 80-299 ‘Teaching and Learning Part I’ (50 hours over two semesters).
Third Year: In the third year, students will take the entire Year 1 of the B.Ed. program.
Fourth Year: 10 courses from the General BA in – completing the requirements of a 3-year general degree in History, Education 80-399 ‘Teaching and Learning Part II’ (50 hours over two semesters).
Fifth Year: In the fifth year, students will take the entire Year 2 of the B.Ed. program.

*A student may complete the requirements for an honours degree in History by completing additional courses during the summer term and/or completing a Sixth Year. See calendar for course requirements for the Honours BA in History.

STANDING REQUIRED FOR CONTINUATION IN THE CONCURRENT PROGRAM
70% major average and 60% cumulative average in the General BA in History.
70% major average in the Bachelor of Education.

STANDING REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION FROM THE CONCURRENT PROGRAM
70% major average and 60% cumulative average in the General BA in History.
70% major average in the Bachelor of Education.


Concurrent General Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)/Bachelor of Education/Diploma in Early Childhood Education

The Concurrent General Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)/Bachelor of Education/Diploma in Early Childhood Education Program is offered jointly over five years by the Department of Psychology and the Faculty of Education, in co-operation with St. Clair College. The program prepares individuals to teach at the the preschool and Primary-Junior levels.

Graduates of this program will receive two degrees and a diploma and will acquire the necessary skills and knowledge to fulfill the requirements to be recommended for certification to the Ontario College of Teachers. It offers students the opportunity to begin working towards teaching certification early in their academic careers. Students can qualify for the General Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) degree while concurrently studying education and doing practice teaching in schools. All students should see an Advisor in the Department of Psychology and in the Faculty of Education on a regular basis to discuss course selection and academic progress.

APPLICATION AND ADMISSION

Admission is to first-year only with a minimum of 75%. Applicants from high school must present six Grade 12 "U" or "M" courses including Grade 12 "U" English. Enrolment in this program is limited.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

All students are required to complete the thirty-course requirement of the University of Windsor General BA in Psychology, in addition to the Education courses: 80-201 (1.5), 80-202 (1.5), 80-203 (3.0), 80-204 (3.0), 80-206 (1.5), 80-207 (3.0), 80-208 (1.5), 80-209 (1.5), 80-210 (1.5), 80-311 (3.0), 80-312 (3.0), 80-313 (3.0), 80-314 (3.0), 80-315 (3.0), 316 (3.0), 80-317 (3.0), 318 (3.0), 80-215 (1.5), 80-411 (1.5), 80-412 (1.5), 80-414 (1.5), 80-491 (3.0), 80-492 (3.0), 80-493 (6.0) Students planning on teaching in the Roman Catholic School Board must also take 80-200 (1.5). The St. Clair College Early Childhood Education component will consist ECE courses, including field placements.

Students who successfully complete the ECE program in Year 2 of the Concurrent program will receive 10 transfer credits towards their BA in Psychology. [Please contact the Registrar’s Office for the specific course equivalencies.]

Courses used to calculate the Education major average are: All required Education courses.
Courses used to calculate the Psychology major average are: courses listed under requirement (a) of the General Psychology Program, and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE

FIRST YEAR
Fall Term: five BA courses: 01-150 (3.0), 46-115 (3.0), one Arts/Language (3.0), one Language/Science (3.0), one non-Social Science (3.0)
Winter Term: five BA courses: 01-151 (3.0), 46-116 (3.0), one Art/Language (3.0), one Language/Science (3.0), one non-Social Science (3.0)

SECOND YEAR
ECE Program at St. Clair College

THIRD YEAR
Fall Term: BEd courses: 80-203, 80-201 (1.5), 80-209 (1.5), 80-314 (3.0), 80-215 (1.5), 80-411 (3.0), 80-491 (3.0)
Winter Term: five BA courses: 02-250 (3.0), four 200-level or 300-level psychology courses (3.0 each)


FOURTH YEAR
Fall Term: 5 BA Psychology courses, including two 300-level Psychology courses
Winter Term: BEd courses: 80-203 cont'd,, 80-202 (1.5), 80-208 (1.5), 80-207 (1.5), 80-316 (3.0), 80-312 (3.0), 80-492 (3.0)

FIFTH YEAR
Fall Term: BEd courses: 80-204, 80-210 (1.5), 80-207 cont’d (.75), 80-414 (1.5), 80-315 (1.5), 80-311 (1.5), 80-318 (1.5), 80-317 (1.5), 80-313 (1.5), 80-493 (3.0). Religion course: 80-200 (.75)
Winter Term: BEd courses: 80-204 cont’d, 80-206 (1.5), 80-207 cont’d (.75), 80-315 cont’d (1.5), 80-311 cont’d (1.5), 80-318 cont’d (1.5), 80-317 cont’d (1.5), 80-313 con’t (1.5). Religion course: 80-200 (.75)

*A student may complete the requirements for an honours degree in Psychology by completing additional courses during the summer term and/or completing a Sixth Year. See calendar for course requirements for the Honours BA in Psychology.

STANDING REQUIRED FOR CONTINUATION IN THE CONCURRENT PROGRAM
70% major average and 60% cumulative average in the General BA in Psychology.
70% major average in the Bachelor of Education.

STANDING REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION FROM THE CONCURRENT PROGRAM
70% major average and 60% cumulative average in the General BA in Psychology.
70% major average in the Bachelor of Education.

GRADUATION

Graduates of the program receive both the Bachelor of Arts Psychology degree (General) and the Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Windsor, and the Diploma in Early Childhood Education from St. Clair College.

The Faculty of Education does not issue a teaching certificate. The Ontario Certificate of Qualification is issued by the Ontario College of Teachers upon recommendation of the Dean of the Faculty of Education. Only Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents of Canada qualify for this certificate. Under certain conditions, the Ontario College of Teachers may grant a non-Canadian citizen an Interim Certificate of Qualification.

Students must successfully complete the Bachelor of Arts degree program to be eligible to graduate with a Bachelor of Education degree.


Concurrent General Bachelor of Arts (Visual Arts)/Bachelor of Education

The Concurrent General Bachelor of Arts (Visual Art)/Bachelor of Education Program is offered jointly over five years by the Department of Visual Arts and the Faculty of Education. The program prepares individuals to teach at the intermediate and senior levels (grades 7 – 12), with a particular emphasis on teaching Visual Arts and a second teachable Intermediate Senior candidates choose two teaching subjects. Applicants must complete at least ten semester undergraduate courses (30 semester hours) in the first teachable subject and at least six semester undergraduate courses (18 semester hours) in the second teachable subject. Options for Concurrent Visual Arts second teachable: English, History, French (ten courses required for second teachable), Health and Physical Education, Music – Vocal or Instrumental (ten courses required for second teachable), Social Sciences. .

Graduates of this program will receive two degrees and will acquire the necessary skills and knowledge for teaching Visual Arts in the English language school system (Public or Roman Catholic school system) and fulfill the requirements for recommendation for certification to the Ontario College of Teachers. It offers students the opportunity to begin working towards teaching certification early in their academic careers. Students can qualify for the Bachelor of Arts (Visual Arts) degree while concurrently studying education and doing practice teaching in schools. Practice Teaching courses begin in Year One of the program. All students should see an advisor in the School of Creative Arts and in the Faculty of Education on a regular basis to discuss course selection and academic progress.

Students must successfully complete the Bachelor of Arts degree program to be eligible to graduate with a Bachelor of Education degree.

APPLICATION AND ADMISSION

Admission is to first-year only with an average of a minimum of 75%. Applicants from high school must present six Grade 12 "U" or "M" courses including Grade 12 "U" English. Enrolment in this program is limited.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

General Bachelor of Arts in Visual Arts

Total course equivalents: Thirty

(a) 27-105, 27-106, 27-107 and 27-108, and eight other studio courses numbered 27-203 through 27-390 plus 28-150, 28-214, 28-215 and either 28-245 or 28-345.
(b) two courses from Social Sciences;
(c) two courses from Languages or Science;
(d) two courses from any area of study, excluding Arts.
(e) 01-150, 01-151:
(f) 07-202, 07-203;
(g) four more courses from any area of study, excluding Visual Arts.

Courses used to calculate the Visual Arts major average are: courses listed under requirement (a), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Bachelor of Education

Total course equivalents: Twenty

All students are required to complete the requirements of the Bachelor of Arts: Visual Arts degree program (General), in addition to the following Education courses: 80-199, 80-299, 80-399, 80-201 (1.5), 80-202 (1.5), 80-203 (3.0), 80-204 (3.0), 80-206 (1.5), 80-207 (3.0), 80-208 (1.5), 80-209 (1.5), 80-210 (1.5), 80-231 (1.5), 80-331 (1.5), 80-332 (3.0) 80-333 (1.5), 80-334 (1.5), 80-335 (1.5), 80-336 (1.5), 80-337 (1.5), 80-338 (1.5), 80-339 (1.5), 80-431 (1.5), 80-352, (6.0) plus one additional teachable course selected from 80-356 (6.0), 80-369 (6.0), 80-362 (6.0), 80-367 (6.0), 80-368 (6.0), 80-358 (6.0), 80-377 (6.0); and, 80-499 (12.0) Students planning on teaching in the Roman Catholic School Board must also take 80-200 (1.5).

Courses used to calculate the Education major average are: All required Education courses.

RECOMMENDED COURSE SEQUENCES

CONCURRENT BACHELOR of ARTS (VISUAL Arts) (GENERAL)/ BACHELOR OF EDUCATION

First Year: 10 courses from the General BA in Visual Arts, plus Education 80-199 ‘Community Service Education’ (50 hours over two semesters).
Second Year: 10 courses from the General BA in Visual Arts, plus Education 80-299 ‘Teaching and Learning Part I’ (50 hours over two semesters).
Third Year: In the third year, students will take the entire Year 1 of the BEd program.
Fourth Year: 10 courses from the General BA in Visual Arts – completing the requirements of a 3-year general degree in Visual Arts, plus Education 80-399 ‘Teaching and Learning Part II’ (50 hours over two semesters).
Fifth Year: In the fifth year, students will take the entire Year 2 of the BEd program.

*A student may, with the appropriate selection of courses, complete the requirements for a combined honours degree in Visual Arts or an honours BA in Media Art Histories and Visual Culture, by completing additional courses during the summer term and/or completing a Sixth Year. See calendar for course requirements for the honours programs.

STANDING REQUIRED FOR CONTINUATION IN THE CONCURRENT PROGRAM
70% major average and 60% cumulative average in the General BA Visual Arts.
70% major average in the Bachelor of Education.

STANDING REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION FROM THE CONCURRENT PROGRAM
70% major average and 60% cumulative average in the General BA in Visual Arts.
70% major average in the Bachelor of Education.


Concurrent General Bachelor of Science (General Science)/Bachelor of Education

The Concurrent Bachleor of Science (General Science) and Bachelor of Education Program is offered jointly over five years by the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Education. The program prepares individuals to teach at the intermediate and senior levels (grades 7 – 12), with a particular emphasis on teaching one of Physics, Biology or Chemistry and a second teachable.

It is essential that students receive academic advising from the Faculty of Science before registering for each semester of studies in the Science component of the program. With appropriate course selection during the degree it may be possible to plan to obtain a four year Honours degree in the First Teachable area with one additional year of study.

Selection of First and Second Teachable: Normally, the Teachables are selected from the two areas of concentration in the Faculty of Science General Science degree program. Students should consult the Faculty of Education website for a list of teachables and combinations of permitted Second Teachables. All students should see an advisor in the Faculty of Science and in the Faculty of Education on a regular basis to discuss course selection and academic progress.

It may be possible to satisfy the requirements for Second Teachable in Health and Physical Education or General Arts and Social Sciences through careful course selection when fulfilling the requirements for courses from “any area of study”.

Graduates of this program will receive two degrees and will acquire the necessary skills and knowledge for teaching one of Physics, Biology or Chemistry and one other subject in the English language school system (Public or Roman Catholic) and fulfill the requirements to be recommended for certification to the Ontario College of Teachers. It offers students the opportunity to begin working towards teaching certification early in their academic careers. Students can qualify for the Bachelor of Science degree while concurrently studying education and doing practice teaching in schools. Practice Teaching courses begin in Year One of the program.

Students must successfully complete the Bachelor of Science (General Science) degree program to be eligible to graduate with a Bachelor of Education degree.

APPLICATION AND ADMISSION

Admission is to first-year only with a minimum of 80%. ENG4U, MHF4U, and two of SCH4U, SBI4U or SPH4U is required for applicants from high school. MCV4U is strongly recommended. A second science and math average of 70% is required.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

Bachelor of Science (General Science)

Total courses: thirty

(a) two sets of six courses from two different Departments or School as listed:

First Science Subject satisfies six of ten requirements for the First Teachable (choose one of):
    Biological Sciences: 55-140 and 55-141; and *four 55-xxx courses at the 200 level or above
    Chemistry and Biochemistry: 59-140 and 59-141; and *four 59-xxx courses at the 200 level or above
    Physics: 64-140 and 64-141; and *four 64-xxx courses at the 200 level or above

Second Science Subject is normally used to satisfy the Second Teachable (choose one of):
    Biological Sciences: 55-140 and 55-141; and *four 55-xxx courses at the 200 level or above
    Chemistry and Biochemistry: 59-140 and 59-141; and *four 59-xxx courses at the 200 level or above
    Mathematics and Statistics: 62-140 (or 62-139) and 62-141; and *four 62-xxx or 65-xxx courses at the 200 level or above
    Physics: 64-140 and 64-141; and *four 64-xxx courses at the 200 level or above
*NOTE: These courses must satisfy must be selected from the courses used to calculate the major average for a degree program in the Department or School.

(b) one set of two courses from a third Department or School chosen from the following pairs:
    Biological Sciences: 55-140 and 55-141
    Chemistry and Biochemistry: 59-140 and 59-141
    Computer Science: 60-140 and 60-141, or 60-104 and 60-205, or 60-106 and 60-205
    Environmental Science: 66-140 and 66-141
    Economics: 41-110 and 41-111
    Mathematics and Statistics: 62-130 and 65-205 or 62-139, or 62-140 and 62-141 or 65-205
    Physics: 64-140 and 64-141 or 64-130 and 64-131

(c) four Science courses from the first teachable subject at the 300-level or above selected from the courses used to calculate the major average for a degree program of the Department or School in the Faculty of Science that offers the courses. These courses complete the first teachable requirement.
(d) four courses from Arts/Languages and Social Sciences, with at least one from each.
(e) eight courses from any area of study excluding 55-100, 55-101, 59-100, 59-191, 59-201, 62-101, 62-102, and 62-194. Students may choose to augment the second teachable with four more courses from the second teachable in this category.

Calculation of Major Average
The major average is calculated from the grades of all Science courses, excluding the grades obtained in the following courses: 41-200, 41-201, 55-100, 55-101, 55-212, 59-100, 59-191, 59-201, 59-232, 59-263, 60-207, 60-209, 60-270, 60-305, 60-307, 66-110, 66-111, 66-210, 66-213, 66-214, 62-101, 62-102, 62-194, 64-190, 64-191, 64-202, 64-203 and 66-201.

Note: 60-104 or 60-106 and 60-205 count as a ‘science pair’ (see requirement (b) above) and will be included in the calculation of the major average.

Bachelor of Education

Total course equivalents: Twenty

All students are required to complete the requirements of the Bachelor of Science [G] General Science degree program, in addition to the following Education courses: 80-199, 80-299, 80-399, 80-201 (1.5), 80-202 (1.5), 80-203 (3.0), 80-204 (3.0), 80-206 (1.5), 80-207 (3.0), 80-208 (1.5), 80-209 (1.5), 80-210 (1.5), 80-231 (1.5), 80-331 (1.5), 80-332 (3.0) 80-333 (1.5), 80-334 (1.5), 80-335 (1.5), 80-336 (1.5), 80-337 (1.5), 80-338 (1.5), 80-339 (1.5), 80-431 (1.5), one of 80-376 (6.0) or 80-373 (6.0) or 80-374 (6.0), plus one additional teachable course selected as per Education Calendar; and, 80-499 (12.0). Students planning on teaching in the Roman Catholic School Board must also take 80-200 (1.5).

Courses used to calculate the Education major average are: All required Education courses.

RECOMMENDED COURSE SEQUENCE

First Year: 10 courses from the BSc General Science, plus Education 80-199 ‘Community Service Education’ (50 hours over two semesters).
Second Year: 10 courses in the BSc General Science, plus Education 80-299 ‘Teaching and Learning Part I’ (50 hours over two semesters).
Third Year: In the third year, students will take the entire Year 1 of the BEd program.
Fourth Year: 10 courses from the BSc General Science -- completing the requirements for the General Science degree, plus Education 80-399 ‘Teaching and Learning Part II (50 hours over two semesters).
Fifth Year: In the fifth year, students will take the entire Year 2 of the BEd program.

Please note: With advising and appropriate course choices it may be possible to complete the requirements for an Honours degree in a Science discipline by completing the equivalent of Sixth Year.

STANDING REQUIRED FOR CONTINUATION IN THE CONCURRENT PROGRAM
70% major average and 60% cumulative average in the BSc General Science.
70% major average in the Bachelor of Education.

STANDING REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION FROM THE CONCURRENT PROGRAM
70% major average and 60% cumulative average in the BSc General Science.
70% major average in the Bachelor of Education.

Concurrent General Bachelor of Mathematics/Bachelor of Education

The Concurrent General Bachelor of Mathematics and Bachelor of Education Program is offered jointly over five years by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics and the Faculty of Education. The program prepares individuals to teach at the intermediate and senior levels (grades 7 – 12), with a particular emphasis on teaching Mathematics and a second teachable.

It is essential that students receive academic advising from the Department of Mathematics and Statistics before registering for each semester of study in the Mathematics component of the program. With appropriate course selection during the degree it may be possible to plan to obtain a four year Honours degree in Mathematics with one additional year of study.

Selection of Second Teachable: Students should consult the Faculty of Education website for a list of teachables and combinations of permitted second teachables. All students should see an advisor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics and in the Faculty of Education on a regular basis to discuss course selection and academic progress.

Graduates of this program will receive two degrees and will acquire the necessary skills and knowledge for teaching Mathematics and one other subject in the English language school system (Public or Roman Catholic) and fulfill the requirements to be recommended for certification to the Ontario College of Teachers. This program offers students the opportunity to begin working towards teaching certification early in their academic careers. Students can qualify for the Bachelor of Mathematics degree while concurrently studying education and doing practice teaching in schools. Practice Teaching begins in Year One of the program.

Students must successfully complete the Bachelor of Mathematics degree program to be eligible to graduate with a Bachelor of Education degree.

APPLICATION AND ADMISSION

Admission is to first-year only with a minimum of 80%. ENG4U, MHF4U and MCV4U is required for applicants from high school. SPH4U is recommended. A minimum 70% average of math courses is also required.

All students are required to complete the requirements of the General Bachelor of Mathematics and the Bachelor of Education degree program as given below.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

General Bachelor of Mathematics

Total courses: thirty

(a) 62-120 or 62-125, 62-140 or 62-139, 62-141, 62-190, 62-215, 62-216, 62-318, 65-250 and 65-251
(b) Four courses with prefix 62 (mathematics) or 65 (statistics) at the 200 level or above.
(c) 60-140 and 60-141;
(d) four courses from the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences;
(e) three courses from any area of study, including Mathematics and Statistics;
(f) eight courses from any area of study, excluding Mathematics and Statistics.

Courses used to calculate the Mathematics major average are: All courses taken with prefix 62 (mathematics) or 65 (statistics).

Bachelor of Education

Total course equivalents: Twenty

Requirements
80-199, 80-299, 80-399, 80-201 (1.5), 80-202 (1.5), 80-203 (3.0), 80-204 (3.0), 80-206 (1.5), 80-207 (3.0), 80-208 (1.5), 80-209 (1.5), 80-210 (1.5), 80-231 (1.5), 80-331 (1.5), 80-332 (3.0) 80-333 (1.5), 80-334 (1.5), 80-335 (1.5), 80-336 (1.5), 80-337 (1.5), 80-338 (1.5), 80-339 (1.5), 80-431 (1.5), 80-366 (6.0)
One additional teachable course selected from 80-369 (6.0), 80-370 (6.0), 80-359 (6.0), 80-367 (6.0), 80-368 (6.0), 80-373 (6.0), 80-374 (6.0), 80-376 (6.0), 80-380 (6.0); and, 80-499 (12.0).
Students planning on teaching in the Roman Catholic School Board must also take 80-200 (1.5).

Courses used to calculate the Education major average are: All required Education courses.

RECOMMENDED COURSE SEQUENCE

First Year: 10 courses from Bachelor of Mathematics degree requirements, plus Education 80-199 ‘Community Service Education’ (50 hours over two semesters).
Second Year: 10 courses from Bachelor of Mathematics degree requirements, plus Education 80-299 ‘Teaching and Learning Part I’ (50 hours over two semesters).
Third Year: Year 1 of the BEd program.
Fourth Year: 10 courses from the General Bachelor of Mathematics – completing the requirements for a 3-year general degree in Mathematics, plus Education 80-399 ‘Teaching and Learning Part II’ (50 hours over two semesters).
Fifth Year: Year 2 of the BEd program.

With advising and appropriate course choices it may be possible to complete the requirements for an Honours degree in Mathematics by completing the equivalent of a Sixth Year.

STANDING REQUIRED FOR CONTINUATION IN THE CONCURRENT PROGRAM
70% major average and 60% cumulative average in the General BMath.
70% major average in the Bachelor of Education.

STANDING REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION FROM THE CONCURRENT PROGRAM
70% major average and 60% cumulative average in the General BMath.
70% major average in the Bachelor of Education.

Concurrent Honours Chemistry with Thesis/Bachelor of Education
As of Fall 2014, there are no new admissions to this program.

All students are required to complete the requirements of the Honours Chemistry with Thesis degree program, in addition to the Education courses listed below. Chemistry will be the first teachable subject for students in this program. All students must select a second teachable subject from Biology, Computer Science, Mathematics and Physics, and take six courses in the selected subject from among the courses used to calculate the major average for an Honours degree in the selected subject. Students are advised to seek counselling in the Department of Chemistry to ensure that their selection of courses fulfills the requirements for the Honours Chemistry with Thesis degree and the requirements for the second teachable subject.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

Total courses: fifty-five.

(a) 59-140, 59-141, 59-230, 59-235, 59-240, 59-241, 59-250, 59-251, 59-261, 59-220, 59-321, 59-330, 59-340, 59-350, 59-410* and four additional Chemistry courses at the 300 or 400 level.*It should be noted that only students who have maintained a major average of 70% and a cumulative average of 70% will be permitted to enroll in 59-410.
(b) 62-140, 62-141, 64-140 and 64-141;
(c) 62-120 and two additional courses based on the second teachable as specified below:

Second TeachableCourses
BiologyTwo courses from 60-106, 62-215, 62-216, 64-220 or 64-222;
Computer ScienceTwo courses from 62-215, 62-216, 64-220 or 64-222;
Mathematics62-215 and 62-216;
PhysicsTwo courses from 62-215 or 62-216 and 64-220 or 64-222;

(d) four additional courses from Arts/Languages or Social Sciences chosen from the following list of courses: 01-209*, 02-100, 26-100*, 26-128, 27-110, 27-111, 34-129, 34-160*, 34-227*, 34-228*, 40-101, 40-262**, 45-130, 45-160, 45-170, 45-212*, 46-115, 46-116, 46-223, 46-224**, 47-117, 47-118, 47-210, 53-100, 53-106, 53-120, 53-130, and 54-100. (* Recommended; ** Strongly recommended);
(e) nine courses from any area of study based on the second teachable as specified below:

Second TeachableCourses
BiologySix Biology courses which satisfy the requirements for an Honours degree in Biological Sciences, including 55-140 and 55-141, and three courses from any area of study.
Computer ScienceSix Computer Science courses which satisfy the requirements for an Honours degree in Computer Science, including 60-100, 60-140 and 60-141, and three courses from any area of study.
MathematicsOne Mathematics course which satisfies the requirements for an Honours degree in Mathematics and eight courses from any area of study.
PhysicsThree Physics courses which satisfy the requirements for an Honours degree in Physics and six courses from any area of study including the Mathematics prerequisites for Physics courses not included under (a) and (b).

(f) Education courses:
Year 2: 80-199;
Year 3: 80-299 ;
Year 4: 80-399.
Year 5: 80-203, 80-204, 80-205, 80-209, 80-330, 80-332, 80-334, 80-340 plus two of 80-331, 80-333, 80-335, 80-336, 80-337, 80-338, or 80-339; plus two of 80-353, 80-366, 80-373, 80-374, 80-376, or 80-380 ; 80-499.
Requirements can also be met for teaching in the Roman Catholic school system by taking 80-200.

Courses used to calculate the Chemistry major average are: courses listed under requirement (a), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.
Courses used to calculate the Education major average are: All required Education courses.

STANDING REQUIRED FOR CONTINUATION
Students must maintain a cumulative average of at least 60% and an average of at least 70% over the courses taken in each of the two teachable areas in order to continue in the Concurrent Program.Students are expected to enroll in the Concurrent Program on a full-time basis thereby completing the Honours Chemistry with Thesis portion of the program in four years and must take according to schedule the required Science and non-Science courses. Students who do not take a selection of courses that lead to the normal completion of all requirements will be required to withdraw from the Concurrent Program. Students who did not follow the regular semester sequence will be required to reapply to the Concurrent Program after an absence of more than one semester. Students will prepare a learning portfolio to document their experiences in the sequence 80-199, 80-299 and 80-399. Admission to the Professional Year (Year 5) will be based on successful attainment of a cumulative average of at least 60% and an average of at least 70% over the courses taken in each of the two teachable areas, and successful review of the Learning Portfolio.

Concurrent Honours Chemistry/Bachelor of Education (without thesis)
As of Fall 2014, there are no new admissions to this program.

All students are required to complete the requirements of the Honours Chemistry degree program, in addition to the Education courses listed below. Chemistry will be the first teachable subject for students in this program. All students must select a second teachable subject from Biology, Computer Science, Mathematics and Physics, and take six courses in the selected subject from among the courses used to calculate the major average for an Honours degree in the selected subject. Students are advised to seek counselling in the Department of Chemistry to ensure that their selection of courses fulfills the requirements for the Honours Chemistry degree and the requirements for the second teachable subject.

Degree Requirements

Total courses: fifty-five.

(a) 59-140, 59-141, 59-230, 59-235, 59-240, 59-241, 59-250, 59-251, 59-261, 59-220, 59-321, 59-330, 59-340, 59-350 and six additional Chemistry courses at the 300 or 400 level.
(b) 62-140, 62-141, 64-140 and 64-141;
(c) 62-120 and two additional courses based on the second teachable as specified below:

Second TeachableCourses
BiologyTwo courses from 60-106, 62-215, 62-216, 64-220 or 64-222;
Computer ScienceTwo courses from 62-215, 62-216, 64-220 or 64-222;
Mathematics62-215 and 62-216;
PhysicsTwo courses from 62-215 or 62-216 and 64-220 or 64-222;

(d) four additional courses from Arts/Languages or Social Sciences chosen from the following list of courses: 01-209*, 02-100, 26-100*, 26-128, 27-110, 27-111, 34-129, 34-160*, 34-227*, 34-228*, 40-101, 40-262**, 45-130, 45-160, 45-170, 45-212*, 46-115, 46-116, 46-223, 46-224**, 47-117, 47-118, 47-210, 53-100, 53-106, 53-120, 53-130, and 54-100. (* Recommended; ** Strongly recommended);
(e) nine courses from any area of study based on the second teachable as specified below:
Second TeachableCourses
BiologySix Biology courses which satisfy the requirements for an Honours degree in Biological Sciences, including 55-140 and 55-141, and three courses from any area of study.
Computer ScienceSix Computer Science courses which satisfy the requirements for an Honours degree in Computer Science, including 60-100, 60-140 and 60-141, and three courses from any area of study.
MathematicsOne Mathematics course which satisfies the requirements for an Honours degree in Mathematics and eight courses from any area of study.
PhysicsThree Physics courses which satisfy the requirements for an Honours degree in Physics and six courses from any area of study including the Mathematics prerequisites for Physics courses not included under (a) and (b).

Education courses:
Year 2: 80-199;
Year 3: 80-299;
Year 4: 80-399.
Year 5: 80-203, 80-204, 80-205, 80-209, 80-330, 80-332 , 80-334, 80-340 plus two of 80-331, 80-333, 80-335, 80-336, 80-337, 80-338, or 80-339; plus two of 80-353, 80-366, 80-373, 80-374, 80-376, or 80-380; 80-499.

Requirements can also be met for teaching in the Roman Catholic school system by taking 80-200.

Courses used to calculate the Education major average are: All required Education courses.

STANDING REQUIRED FOR CONTINUATION
Students must maintain a cumulative average of at least 60% and an average of at least 70% over the courses taken in each of the two teachable areas in order to continue in the Concurrent Program.Students are expected to enroll in the Concurrent Program on a full-time basis thereby completing the Honours Chemistry portion of the program in four years and must take according to schedule the required Science and non-Science courses. Students who do not take a selection of courses that lead to the normal completion of all requirements will be required to withdraw from the Concurrent Program. Students who did not follow the regular semester sequence will be required to reapply to the Concurrent Program after an absence of more than one semester.Students will prepare a learning portfolio to document their experiences in the sequence 80-199, 80-299 and 80-399. Admission to the Professional Year (Year 5) will be based on successful attainment of a cumulative average of at least 60% and an average of at least 70% over the courses taken in each of the two teachable areas, and successful review of the Learning Portfolio.

Concurrent Honours Biological Sciences with thesis/Bachelor of Education
As of Fall 2014, there are no new admissions to this program.

All students are required to complete the requirements of the Honours Biological Sciences with Thesis degree program, in addition to the Education courses listed below. Biology will be the first teachable subject for students in this program. All students must select a second teachable subject from Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics and Physics, and take six courses in the selected subject from among the courses used to calculate the major average for an Honours degree in the selected subject. Students are advised to seek counselling in the Department of Biological Sciences to ensure that their selection of courses fulfills the requirements for the Honours Biological Sciences with Thesis degree and the requirements for the second teachable subject. Undergraduate students may be allowed, with the consent of the instructor, to take one graduate course for credit in the Honours Biological Sciences Program.

Degree Requirements

Total courses: fifty-five.

(a) 55-140, 55-141, 55-210, 55-211, 55-213, and 55-341; and fourteen other Biology courses including 55-420*. At least nine courses must be at the 300 level or above. (Recommended: 55-238 and 55-320.)* It should be noted that only students who have maintained a major average of 70% and a cumulative average of 60% will be permitted to enroll in 55-420.
(b) nine Science courses, including 59-140, 59-141, 59-230, 59-261, 62-140 or 62-139 or 62-130, 62-141, and 65-205 or 65-250 (if Mathematics is the second teachable), and one pair of Science courses based on the second teachable as specified below:

Second TeachableCourses
Chemistry60-106 and 60-205 or 66-140 and 66-141 or *64-140 and 64-141or 67-100 and 67-102;
Computer Science60-140 and 60-141;
Mathematics60-106 and 60-205 or 66-140 and 66-141 or *64-140 and 64-141or 67-100 and 67-102;
Physics64-140 and 64-141;
* The pair 64-130 or 64-140 and 64-131 may be substituted for the pair 64-140 and 64-141.

(c) courses from the second teachable at the 200 level or above which satisfy the requirements for an Honours degree in the teachable subject as specified below:

Second TeachableCourses
ChemistryTwo Chemistry courses at the 200 level or above which satisfy the requirements for an Honours degree in Chemistry;
Computer ScienceFour Computer Science courses at the 200 level or above which satisfy the requirements for an Honours degree in Computer Science;
MathematicsThree Mathematics courses at the 200 level or above which satisfy the requirements for an Honours degree in Mathematics;
PhysicsFour Physics courses at the 200 level or above which satisfy the requirements for an Honours degree in Physics;

(d) additional Science courses, including courses in Biology, based on the second teachable as specified below:

Second TeachableCourses^^
ChemistryFour courses from any area in Science, two of which must be at the 300 level or above;
Computer ScienceTwo courses from any area in Science at the 300 level or above;
MathematicsThree courses from any area in Science, two of which must be at the 300 level or above;
PhysicsTwo courses from any area in Science at the 300 level or above;

^^41- XXX courses will be counted as Social Science courses.(d) four additional courses from Arts/Languages or Social Sciences chosen from the following list of courses: 01-209*, 02-100, 26-100*, 26-128, 27-110, 27-111, 34-129, 34-160*, 34-227*, 34-228*, 40-101, 40-262**, 45-130, 45-160, 45-170, 45-212*, 46-115, 46-116, 46-223, 46-224**, 47-117, 47-118, 47-210, 53-100, 53-106, 53-120, 53-130, and 54-100.
(* Recommended; ** Strongly recommended);(e) an additional course based on the second teachable as specified below:


Second TeachableCourse
ChemistryOne course from any area of study.
Computer Science60-100.
Mathematics62-120 or 62-125.
PhysicsOne course from any area of study.

Courses used to calculate the Biology major average are: courses listed under requirement (a), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Education courses:
Year 2: 80-199;
Year 3: 80-299;
Year 4: 80-399.
Year 5: 80-203, 80-204, 80-205, 80-209, 80-330, 80-332, 80-334, 80-340 plus two of 80-331, 80-333, 80-335, 80-336, 80-337, 80-338, or 80-339; plus two of 80-353, 80-366, 80-373, 80-374, 80-376, or 80-380; 80-499.

Requirements can also be met for teaching in the Roman Catholic school system by taking 80-200.

Courses used to calculate the Education major average are: All required Education courses.

STANDING REQUIRED FOR CONTINUATION
Students must maintain a cumulative average of at least 60% and an average of at least 70% over the courses taken in each of the two teachable areas in order to continue in the Concurrent Program.Students are expected to enroll in the Concurrent Program on a full-time basis thereby completing the Honours Biological Sciences with Thesis portion of the program in four years and must take according to schedule the required Science and non-Science courses. Students who do not take a selection of courses that lead to the normal completion of all requirements will be required to withdraw from the Concurrent Program. Students who did not follow the regular semester sequence will be required to reapply to the Concurrent Program after an absence of more than one semester.Students will prepare a learning portfolio to document their experiences in the sequence 80-199, 80-299 and 80-399. Admission to the Professional Year (Year 5) will be based on successful attainment of a cumulative average of at least 60% and an average of at least 70% over the courses taken in each of the two teachable areas, and successful review of the Learning Portfolio.

Concurrent Honours Biological Sciences/Bachelor of Education (without thesis)
As of Fall 2014, there are no new admissions to this program.

All students are required to complete the requirements of the Honours Biological Sciences degree program, in addition to the Education courses listed below. Biology will be the first teachable subject for students in this program. All students must select a second teachable subject from Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics and Physics, and take six courses in the selected subject from among the courses used to calculate the major average for an Honours degree in the selected subject.Students are advised to seek counselling in the Department of Biological Sciences to ensure that their selection of courses fulfills the requirements for the Honours Biological Sciences degree and the requirements for the second teachable subject. Undergraduate students may be allowed, with the consent of the instructor, to take one graduate course for credit in the Honours Biological Sciences Program.

Degree Requirements

Total courses: fifty-five.

(a) 55-140, 55-141, 55-210, 55-211, 55-213, and 55-341; and fourteen other Biology courses. At least nine courses must be at the 300 level or above. (Recommended: 55-238 and 55-320.)
(b) nine Science courses, including 59-140, 59-141, 59-230, 59-261, 62-140 or 62-139 or 62-130, 62-141, and 65-205 or 65-250 (if Mathematics is the second teachable), and one pair of Science courses based on the second teachable as specified below:

Second TeachableCourses
Chemistry60-106 and 60-205 or 66-140 and 66-141 or *64-140 and 64-141or 67-100 and 67-102;
Computer Science60-140 and 60-141;
Mathematics60-106 and 60-205 or 66-140 and 66-141 or *64-140 and 64-141or 67-100 and 67-102;
Physics64-140 and 64-141;
* The pair 64-130 or 64-140 and 64-131 may be substituted for the pair 64-140 and 64-141.

(c) courses from the second teachable at the 200 level or above which satisfy the requirements for an Honours degree in the teachable subject as specified below:

Second TeachableCourses
ChemistryTwo Chemistry courses at the 200 level or above which satisfy the requirements for an Honours degree in Chemistry;
Computer ScienceFour Computer Science courses at the 200 level or above which satisfy the requirements for an Honours degree in Computer Science;
MathematicsThree Mathematics courses at the 200 level or above which satisfy the requirements for an Honours degree in Mathematics;
PhysicsFour Physics courses at the 200 level or above which satisfy the requirements for an Honours degree in Physics;

(d) additional Science courses, including courses in Biology, based on the second teachable as specified below:
Second TeachableCourses^^
ChemistryFour courses from any area in Science, two of which must be at the 300 level or above;
Computer ScienceTwo courses from any area in Science at the 300 level or above;
MathematicsThree courses from any area in Science, two of which must be at the 300 level or above;
PhysicsTwo courses from any area in Science at the 300 level or above;
^^41- XXX courses will be counted as Social Science courses.


(e) four additional courses from Arts/Languages or Social Sciences chosen from the following list of courses: 01-209*, 02-100, 26-100*, 26-128, 27-110, 27-111, 34-129, 34-160*, 34-227*, 34-228*, 40-101, 40-262**, 45-130, 45-160, 45-170, 45-212*, 46-115, 46-116, 46-223, 46-224**, 47-117, 47-118, 47-210, 53-100, 53-106, 53-120, 53-130, and 54-100. (* Recommended; ** Strongly recommended);(e) an additional course based on the second teachable as specified below:
Second TeachableCourse
ChemistryOne course from any area of study.
Computer Science60-100.
Mathematics62-120 or 62-125.
PhysicsOne course from any area of study.

Education courses:
Year 2: 80-199;
Year 3: 80-299;
Year 4: 80-399.
Year 5: 80-203, 80-204, 80-205, 80-209, 80-330, 80-332, 80-334, 80-340 plus two of 80-331, 80-333, 80-335, 80-336, 80-337, 80-338, or 80-339; plus two of 80-353, 80-366, 80-373, 80-374, 80-376 , or 80-380; 80-499.
Requirements can also be met for teaching in the Roman Catholic school system by taking 80-200.

Courses used to calculate the Biology major average are: courses listed under requirement (a), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.
Courses used to calculate the Education major average are: All required Education courses.

STANDING REQUIRED FOR CONTINUATION
Students must maintain a cumulative average of at least 60% and an average of at least 70% over the courses taken in each of the two teachable areas in order to continue in the Concurrent Program.Students are expected to enroll in the Concurrent Program on a full-time basis thereby completing the Honours Biological Sciences portion of the program in four years and must take according to schedule the required Science and non-Science courses. Students who do not take a selection of courses that lead to the normal completion of all requirements will be required to withdraw from the Concurrent Program. Students who did not follow the regular semester sequence will be required to reapply to the Concurrent Program after an absence of more than one semester.Students will prepare a learning portfolio to document their experiences in the sequence 80-199, 80-299 and 80-399. Admission to the Professional Year (Year 5) will be based on successful attainment of a cumulative average of at least 60% and an average of at least 70% over the courses taken in each of the two teachable areas, and successful review of the Learning Portfolio.

Concurrent Bachelor of Computer Science (Honours)/Bachelor of Education
As of Fall 2014, there are no new admissions to this program.

All students are required to complete the requirements of the Bachelor of Computer Science (Honours) degree program, in addition to the Education courses listed below. Computer Science will be the first teachable subject for students in this program. All students must select a second teachable subject from Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics, and take six courses in the selected subject from among the courses used to calculate the major average for an Honours degree in the selected subject. Students are advised to seek counselling in the School of Computer Science to ensure that their selection of courses fulfills the requirements for the Bachelor of Computer Science (Honours) degree and the requirements for the second teachable subject.

Degree Requirements

Total courses: fifty-five.

(a) 60-100, 60-140, 60-141, 60-212, 60-214, 60-231, 60-254, 60-256, 60-265, 60-266, 60-311, 60-315, 60-322, 60-330, 60-354, 60-367, 60-440, 60-454, 60-496 or 60-499, plus one additional Computer Science course at the 300 or 400 level. The major average will be calculated on the basis of grades obtained in 60-100, 60-140, 60-141, 60-212, 60-214, 60-231, 60-254, 60-256, 60-265, 60-266, 60-311, 60-315, 60-322, 60-330, 60-354, 60-367, 60-440, 60-454, and either 60-496 or 60-499 or both.
(b) 62-120 or 62-125, 62-140 or 62-139, 62-141, 62-190, 62-369 or 62-380 and 65-205 or 65-250 (if Mathematics is the second teachable);
(c) four additional courses from Arts/Languages or Social Sciences chosen from the following list of courses: 01-209*, 02-100, 26-100*, 26-128, 27-110, 27-111, 34-129, 34-160*, 34-227*, 34-228*, 40-101, 40-262**, 45-130, 45-160, 45-170, 45-212*, 46-115, 46-116, 46-223, 46-224**, 47-117, 47-118, 47-210, 53-100, 53-106, 53-120, 53-130, and 54-100.

(* Recommended; ** Strongly recommended);(d) three courses at the 200-400 level from Mathematics/Statistics or Computer Science (excluding 60-205, 60-207, 60-270, 60-305); if Physics is the second teachable, three courses including Mathematics prerequisites for Physics courses not included under (b);(e) six other courses based on the second teachable as specified below:

Second TeachableCourses
BiologySix Biology courses which satisfy the requirements for an Honours degree in Biological Sciences, including 55-140 and 55-141;
ChemistrySix Chemistry courses which satisfy the requirements for an Honours degree in Chemistry, including 59-140 and 59-141;
PhysicsSix Physics courses which satisfy the requirements for an Honours degree in Physics, including 64-140 and 64-141;

Education courses:
Year 2: 80-199;
Year 3: 80-299;
Year 4: 80-399.
Year 5: 80-203, 80-204, 80-205, 80-209, 80-330, 80-332, 80-334, 80-340 plus two of 80-331, 80-333, 80-335, 80-336, 80-337, 80-338, or 80-339; plus two of 80-353, 80-366, 80-373, 80-374, 80-376, or 80-380; 80-499.
Requirements can also be met for teaching in the Roman Catholic school system by taking 80-200.

Courses used to calculate the Computer Science major average are: courses listed under requirement (a), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.
Courses used to calculate the Education major average are: All required Education courses.

STANDING REQUIRED FOR CONTINUATION
Students must maintain a cumulative average of at least 60% and an average of at least 70% over the courses taken in each of the two teachable areas in order to continue in the Concurrent Program.Students are expected to enroll in the Concurrent Program on a full-time basis thereby completing the Bachelor of Computer Science (Honours) portion of the program in four years and must take according to schedule the required Science and non-science courses. Students who do not take a selection of courses that lead to the normal completion of all requirements will be required to withdraw from the Concurrent Program. Students who did not follow the regular semester sequence will be required to reapply to the Concurrent Program after an absence of more than one semester.Students will prepare a learning portfolio to document their experiences in the sequence 80-199, 80-299 and 80-399. Admission to the Professional Year (Year 5) will be based on successful attainment of a cumulative average of at least 60% and an average of at least 70% over the courses taken in each of the two teachable areas, and successful review of the Learning Portfolio.

Concurrent Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education/Diploma in Early Childhood Education - Pre-Service Program
As of Fall 2014, there are no new admissions to this program.

The Concurrent Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Education/Diploma in Early Childhood Education Program is offered jointly over five years by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, and the Faculty of Education, in co-operation with St. Clair College. The aim is to provide the opportunity and preparation to individuals who wish to teach at the preschool and Primary-Junior levels.
Graduates of this program will receive two degrees and a diploma and will acquire the necessary skills and knowledge to fulfill the requirements for certification by the Ontario College of Teachers.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
All students are required to complete the thirty-course requirement of the University of Windsor General B.A. degree program, in addition to the Education courses 80-203, 80-204, 80-205, 80-209, 80-311, 80-312, 80-313, 80-314, 80-315, 80-316, 80-317, 80-318, and Practice Teaching (80-491, 80-492, 80-493, and 80-494. The St. Clair College Early Childhood Education component will consist of the following courses, ECE 100C, ECE 106C, ECE 117C, ECE 120C, ECE 130C, ECE 209C, ECE 210C, ECE 216C, ECE 230C, ECE 310C, ECE 408C, ECE 409C, ECE 411C, and field placements. Requirements can also be met for teaching in the Roman Catholic school system by taking 80-200.

COURSE SEQUENCE
Course sequencing is subject to change. Contact the Faculty of Education each semester for details.

FIRST YEAR
Fall Term: five B.A. courses
Winter Term: five B.A. courses

SECOND YEAR
Fall Term: four B.A. courses; the B.Ed course 80-203 (Educational Psychology), 80-491 (full-year course)
Winter Term: ECE 100C, ECE 117C, ECE 120C, ECE 130C, ECE 210C, ECE 409C, and ECE 106; 80-491 (full-year course)
Spring Term: two weeks of E.C.E. preschool field placement and two weeks of B.Ed. JK/SK practice teaching (80-491 (full-year course))

THIRD YEAR
Fall Term: three B.A. courses; the B.Ed courses 80-314, and 80-315; 80-492 (full-year course)
Winter Term: three B.A. courses; the B.Ed courses 80-311, 80-313, 80-316 and 80-317; 80-492 (full-year course)
Spring Term: four weeks of B.Ed. Junior grades practice teaching ( 80-492 (full-year course))

FOURTH YEAR
Fall Term: ECE 209C, ECE 230C, ECE 310C, ECE 408C, ECE 411C, ECE 216C and 4 week field placement; 80-493 (full-year course)
Winter: four B.A. courses; the B.Ed. course 80-204, 80-493 (full-year course)
Spring: four weeks of E.C.E. Infant/Toddler field placement

FIFTH YEAR
Fall Term: three B.A. courses; the B.Ed. courses 80-209; 80-312; 80-318; 80-494 (full-year course)
Winter Term: three B.A. courses; the B.Ed. course 80-205; 80-494 (full-year course)
Spring Term: 4 weeks of B.Ed. Primary grades practice teaching (80-494 (full-year course)

Courses used to calculate the BA major average are: as listed for the General BA program.
Courses used to calculate the Education major average are: All required Education courses.

STANDING REQUIRED FOR CONTINUATION
Students must comply with the general university regulations, and with the academic regulations of their particular B.A. program. In addition, candidates who obtain three or more final Education course grades below 65% will not be recommended for certification. Candidates who are unsuccessful in practice teaching or obtain a grade of F in any course will not be recommended for either a degree or certification. Students may repeat only one B.Ed. course, excluding 80-491, 80-492, 80-493, 80-494, for upgrading throughout the program. Any deviation from the prescribed sequence of courses must be approved by the Dean of the Faculty of Education.

GRADUATION
Graduates of the program receive both the Bachelor of Arts and the Bachelor of Education (General) degrees from the University of Windsor, and the Diploma in Early Childhood Education from St. Clair College.
The Faculty of Educationt does not issue a teaching certificate. The Ontario Certificate of Qualification is issued by the Ontario College of Teachers upon recommendation of the Dean of the Faculty of Education. Only Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents of Canada qualify for this certificate. Under certain conditions, the Ontario College of Teachers may grant a non-Canadian citizen an Interim Certificate of Qualification.

Joint Bachelor of Education/Early Childhood Education Diploma (BEd/ECE)
(Note: As of Fall 2013, there are no new admissions to this program.)

Degree Requirements

Total courses:
University of Windsor: 12 courses and 12 weeks practicum (6 course equivalents)
Lambton College: 11 courses and 10 weeks practicum

University of Windsor
The total hours are indicated in parentheses after each course listed.

80-203. Psychology in Education (32)
80-204. Differentiated Instruction for Students with Special Needs (32)
80-205. Educational Foundations, Law and Ethics (32)
80-209. Contemporary Social Issues in Education (16)
80-311. Visual Art Methodology (16)
80-312. Learning with Technologies (16)
80-313. Health and Physical Education Methodology (16)
80-314. Language Arts Methodology (32)
80-315. Mathematics Methodology (32)
80-316. Music Methodology (16)
80-317. Science Methodology (16)80-318. Social Studies Methodology (16)
80-499. Practice Teaching (12 weeks experience in schools, plus associated seminars and professional learning)

Lambton College
ECE Health, Safety and Nutrition
ECE Introduction to ECE and Observation
ECE Developmental Psychology
ECE Infant/Toddler Curriculum
ECE Play (Music, Art, Drama, Movement, Literacy, Construction)
ECE Parent Education (Diversity/Families)
ECE Infant to Preschool Guidance and Assessment
ECE Children with Special Needs (Assessment)
ECE Professionalism (History, Management, Portfolio)
ECE Field Placement and Seminar (10 weeks)

Requirements can also be met for teaching in the Roman Catholic school system by taking 80-200.

Courses used to calculate the Education major average are: All required Education courses.

Program Sequencing

FIRST YEAR
Fall Term: (BEd)
80-203. Psychology in Education
80-204. Differentiated Instruction for Students with Special Needs – Part 1
80-205. Educational Foundations, Law and Ethics – Part 1
80-209. Contemporary Social Issues in Education
80-311. Visual Art Methodology
80-312. Learning with Technologies - Part 1
80-313. Health and Physical Education Methodology
80-314. Language Arts Methodology – Part 1
80-315. Mathematics Methodology – Part 1
80-316. Music Methodology
80-499. Practice Teaching – Part 1 (2 weeks field placement in JK/SK; 2 weeks in grades 4-6)
Note: Candidates will receive interim grades in Part 1 courses

Winter Term: (ECE)
ECE Health, Safety and Nutrition
ECE Introduction to ECE and Observation
ECE Developmental Psychology I
ECE Infant/Toddler Curriculum
ECE Play (Music, Art, Drama, Movement, Literacy, Construction)
ECE Field Placement and Seminar (2 weeks)

Spring Term: Two weeks of ECE field placement

SECOND YEARFall Term: (ECE)ECE Developmental Psychology II
ECE Parent Education (Diversity/Families)
ECE Infant to Preschool Guidance and Assessment
ECE Children with Special Needs (Assessment)
ECE Professionalism (History, Management, Portfolio)
ECE Field Placement and Seminar (2 weeks)

Winter Term: (BEd)80-204. Differentiated Instruction for Students with Special Needs – Part 2
80-205. Educational Foundations, Law and Ethics – Part 2
80-312. Learning with Technologies - Part 2
80-314. Language Arts Methodology – Part 2
80-315. Mathematics Methodology – Part 2
80-317. Science Methodology
80-318. Social Studies Methodology
80-499. Practice Teaching – Part 2 (2 weeks field placement in JK/SK; 2 weeks in grades 4-6; 4 weeks in grades 1-3)

Spring Term: four weeks of ECE field placement


Additional Program Information for students in the Honours Science/Education programs
Students must enroll in an Honours Degree Program in one of the following disciplines: Biological Sciences, Chemistry or Computer Science. This discipline is designated the first teachable subject. All students must select a second teachable subject (from a different discipline) from either Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics or Physics and take six (6) courses from the selected subject area from among the courses used to calculate the major average of an Honours degree in the subject area. Students are advised to seek counselling in the appropriate Department or School in the Faculty of Science to ensure that their selection of courses fulfills the requirements for the Honours Science Degree, as well as the requirements for the second teachable subject. In addition, students must take, as part of the requirements for their Honours Science Degree Program, four additional courses from the Arts and Social Sciences chosen from a list provided by the Faculty of Education.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
All students are required to complete the requirements for one of the Bachelor of Science Honours Biological Sciences, Bachelor of Science Honours Chemistry, or Honours Bachelor of Computer Science degree program 40 credits, in addition to the following Education courses:


80-203, 80-204, 80-205
80-330 Topics, 80-332 Instructional Technology, 80-334 Language Across the Curriculum,
80-340 Integrated Theme Project
Plus two courses chosen from:
80-331 Visual Art Methodology
80-333 Health and Physical Education Methodology
80-335 Mathematics Methodology
80-336 Music Methodology
80-337 Science Methodology
80-338 Social Studies Methodology
80-339 Guidance and Career Education
Plus two of 80-353, 366 (6.0), 80-373, 80-374, 80-376, or 80-380; and
80-199 *, 80-299 *, 80-399 * and at least sixty days of Practice Teaching 80-499.
Requirements can also be met for teaching in the Roman Catholic school system by taking 80-200.

Other requirements:
(a) Students must maintain a cumulative average of at least 60%, and an average of at least 70% over the courses taken in each of the two teachable areas in order to continue in the Concurrent Program.
(b) Students are expected to enroll in the Concurrent Programs on a full-time basis thereby completing the Honours B.Sc. portion of the program in four years and must take, according to schedule, the required Science and non-Science courses. Students who do not take a selection of courses that lead to the normal completion of all requirements will be required to withdraw from the Concurrent Program. Students who did not follow the regular semester sequence will be required to reapply to the Concurrent Program after an absence of more than one semester.
(c) Students will prepare a learning portfolio to document their experiences in the sequence 80-199, 80-299 and 80-399.
(d) Admission to the Professional Year (Year 5) will be based on successful attainment of the requirements in (a) above and successful review of the Learning Portfolio.

COURSE SEQUENCE
First Year: Ten courses in the Honours Science Program.
Second Year: Ten courses in the Honours Science Program; and the education course 80-199.
Third Year: Ten courses in the Honours Science Program and the education course 80-299.
Fourth Year: Ten courses in the Honours Science Program and the education course 80-399.
Fifth Year (The professional year): 80-203 (4.0), 80-204 (4.0), 80-205 (4.0); 80-330 (1.0), 80-332 (2.0), 80-334 (1.5), 80-340 (1.5) plus two of 80-331 (1.5), 80-333 (1.5), 80-335 (1.5), 80-336 (1.5), 80-337 (1.5), 80-338 (1.5), or 80-339 (1.5); plus two of 80-353 (6.0), 366 (6.0), 80-373 (6.0), 80-374 (6.0), 80-376 (6.0), or 80-380 (6.0); and at least sixty days of Practice Teaching 80-499 (8.0).

EDUCATION: PRE-SERVICE COURSES
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