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Bachelor of Education Education
University of Calgarywww.ucalgary.ca
The core education courses, consists of 63 credit hours of a blended learning experience. Twenty-five percent of the four year program is delivered through face-to-face instruction (on- or off-campus) and 50% of the education courses, including community-based field experience, are delivered through face-to-face instruction. The program is built around a framework of the following themes: Introduction to learning and teaching Principles of individual learning and development Principles of social and cultural engagement Extending teaching and curriculum expertise Below is an example of the BEd degree proposed program sequence and supports for rural and remote students: 5 blended education courses (15 credit hours) - Students will have instruction face-to-face on-campus during two intensive weeks during the Summer term and then will continue with an online component for the remainder of the term. 11 online education courses (33 credit hours) - Students will take these courses throughout the Fall and Winter terms. 4 off-campus face-to-face courses (15 credits) - Students will take these courses throughout the Fall and Winter terms in community schools. Suitable placements will be located as close as possible to the students. 19 online non-education courses (57 credit hours) - Students will take these courses throughout the Fall and Winter terms. The Werklund School of Education is working with other University of Calgary faculties in providing some or all of these courses. Until all the courses are available at the University of Calgary, students will be able to meet the requirements through the Campus Alberta initiative. Face-to-face off-campus: courses offered in the local community (e.g. field practica, cohort courses) Online: courses offered distance over the Internet Blended: courses that have an online component and a face-to-face component
Program Type Bachelors
Credential Type Degree
Length 4 Years
- Part Time Only
- Cooperative Education
- Continuing Education
- Distance Learning
Language Arts: One of Science 20 or 30, Biology 20 or 30, Chemistry 20 or 30, Physics 20 or 30, 3 approved courses at the 20 or 30 level of which 1 may be an approved option.
Mathematics and Science: Mathematics 20-1 OR 30-1, and 2 of Biology 20 or 30, Chemistry 20 or 30, Physics 20 or 30, Mathematics 31 or CTS Computer Science Advanced (5 credits), and 1 approved option at the 20 or 30 level.
Social Studies: Social Studies 20-1 or 30-1, and 1 of Science 20 or 30, Biology 20 or 30, Chemistry 20 or 30, Physics 20 or 30 and 2 approved courses at the 20 or 30 level of which one may be an option. Must meet course requirements for faculty offering the concurrent degree.
Preference for admission will be given to students from rural communities.
This program is eligible for full-time post-secondary assistance by Student Aid Alberta for the funding year 2017/08/01 to 2018/07/31*.
Tuition $5,386.00 Year One
Books/Supplies/Instruments $1,890.00 Year One
Mandatory Fees $1,224.00 Year One
* Tuition, books, supplies, instruments, and other/mandatory fees are provided to Student Aid Alberta and may be used when processing full-time post-secondary funding applications. The educational costs provided are based on a 100% full-course load and may not reflect current or all educational costs charged by the school. Contact the school to obtain accurate educational cost information.
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Updated June 23, 2016. The information contained in this profile is current as of the date shown.
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