UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES IN EDUCATION DEGREE PROGRAMS

B. Junior-Intermediate Specialization

J/I students must take 3 FCEs (except French and Music) in one of the teachable subjects. Recognized teachable subjects for J/I students are: Computer Science, English, French as a Second Language (5 FCEs required), Geography, History, Mathematics, Music (Instrumental and Vocal - Music Degree required), Native Language (Second Language), Native Studies (Indigenous Learning), Physical and Health Education, Science - General*, and Visual Arts.

*Sciences used towards the General Science teachable may be a combination of: Anthropology (Science courses only), Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Studies (Science Stream only), Geology (Earth Sciences) and Physics.

I. ONE YEAR BACHELOR OF EDUCATION PROGRAM

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar

Professional Year:
(a) Education 4121, 4135, 4151, and 4161
(b) One Curriculum and Instruction course in teaching field selected from: Education 4230, 4250, 4251, 4252, 4253, 4254, 4255, 4256, 4257, 4258, 4259
(c) Education 4460
(d) Education 4410, 4415, 4470 and 4475
(e) Education 4499

 

 

 

Professional Year:
(a) Core:
(i) Education 4410 and 4470
(ii) Education 4411, 4412, 4413, and 4414
(b) Curriculum and Instruction in Junior-Intermediate Education:
(i) Education 4112 and 4151
(ii) Education 4113, 4114, 4115, 4116, 4117, 4118
(iii) One Curriculum and Instruction course in teaching field selected from: Education 4212, 4214, 4215, 4216, 4217, 4218, 4231, 4232, 4233, 4234, 4235, 4239
(iv) One of the following Education electives: 3210, 3230, 3231, 3232, 3233, 3234, 3235, 3236, 3237, 3238, 3239*, 3258, 3270
(c) Student Teaching:
(i) Education 4499
*Education 3239 may be taken for credit more than once if the topics are different.

II. FOUR AND FIVE YEAR BACHELOR OF EDUCATION PROGRAMS
Each of these programs is offered concurrently with another degree. The Education components of the degree are listed below. Exceptions to the yearly progression through these courses occur in the programs in General Program/Native Education, in Geology with Major Concentration in Physics, in Indigenous Learning, in Music, in Outdoor Recreation, and in Physics.

Junior-Intermediate Core Courses

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
First Year:
Education 1399
First Year:
Education 1499


Second Year:
(a) Education 2399
(b) Two of the following Education electives: 3210, 3230, 3231, 3232, 3233, 3234, 3235, 3236, 3237, 3239*, 3258, 3270
*Education 3239 may be taken for credit more than once if the topics are different.

Third Year:
(Note exceptions in the Honours BA, BEd (Music Major).)
(a) Education 3499
(b) Two of the following Education electives: 3210, 3230, 3231, 3232, 3233, 3234, 3235, 3236, 3237, 3239*, 3258, 3270

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar

(Note: Students entering third year in 2003-4 are required to take three half-course Education electives and adjust their program load for non-Education courses.)

 

Note:
Core requirement for students entering third year in 2004-5 are:
in Year 1, Education 1499 (1399) was not required
in Year 2, Education 2399 plus one Education elective half-course taken prior to September 2004, or the equivalent
in Year 3, Education 3499 plus two Education elective quarter-courses taken after September 2004, or the equivalent


Professional Year:
(taken in Fourth Year of Bachelors degrees)
(taken in Fifth Year of Honours degrees)

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar

(a) Education 4121, 4135, 4151, and 4161
(b) One Curriculum and Instruction course in teaching field selected from: Education 4230, 4250, 4251, 4252, 4253, 4254, 4255, 4256, 4257, 4258, 4259
(c) Education 4460
(d) Education 4410, 4415, 4470 and 4475
(e) Education 4499


 

 

 

(a) Core:
(i) Education 4410 and 4470
(ii) Education 4411, 4412, 4413, and 4414
(b) Curriculum and Instruction in Junior-Intermediate Education:
(i) Education 4112 and 4151
(ii) Education 4113, 4114, 4115, 4116, 4117, 4118
(iii) One Curriculum and Instruction course in teaching field selected from: Education 4212, 4216, 4215, 4231, 4214, 4217, 4218, 4232, 4233, 4234, 4235, 4239
(iv) One of the following Education electives: 3210, 3230, 3231, 3232, 3233, 3234, 3235, 3236, 3237, 3238, 3239*, 3258, 3270
(c) Student Teaching:
(i) Education 4499
*Education 3239 may be taken for credit more than once if the topics are different.

 

J/I Concurrent Programs in:

   
ANTHROPOLOGY
MATHEMATICS
   
CHEMISTRY
MUSIC
   
EARTH SCIENCE
NATURAL SCIENCE
   
ENGLISH
OUTDOOR RECREATION
   
FRENCH
PHILOSOPHY
   
GENERAL PROGRAM
PHYSICS
   
GEOGRAPHY
POLITICAL SCIENCE
   
GEOLOGY
(Geology with Major Conc Physics)
PSYCHOLOGY
   
HISTORY
SOCIOLOGY
   
INDIGENOUS LEARNING
VISUAL ARTS
   
KINESIOLOGY
WOMEN'S STUDIES

 

 

ANTHROPOLOGY

1. BA, BEd (Anthropology Major) J/I

Four Year program
A cumulative average of 65% in all courses is required. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66. Anthropology courses listed as Science credits (see page 155) may be counted towards a General Science teachable.

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
First Year:
(a) Anthropology 1032 and 1034
(b) One FCE in History or another Group I elective (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(c) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(d) One FCE from Group II (see page 203)
(e) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(f) Education 1399
First Year:
(a) Anthropology 1032 and 1034
(b) One FCE in History or another Group I elective (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(c) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(d) One FCE from Group II (see page 203)
(e) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(f) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Anthropology 2110, 2112, 2515, 2517
(b) Anthropology 2132 and 2134 or 2137 and 2139
(c) One FCE electives
(d) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Two FCEs in Anthropology at the third year level
(b) One additional FCE in Anthropology
(c) One FCE elective in Music or Visual Arts
(d) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

2. Honours BA, BEd (Anthropology Major) J/I

Five Year program
A cumulative average of 70% in all courses is required. An average of 70% is also required in all the major courses. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66. Anthropology courses listed as Science credits (see page 155) may be counted towards a General Science teachable.

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
First Year:
(a) Anthropology 1032 and 1034
(b) One FCE in History or another Group I elective (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(c) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(d) One FCE from Group II (see page 203)
(e) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(f) Education 1399
First Year:
(a) Anthropology 1032 and 1034
(b) One FCE in History or another Group I elective (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(c) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(d) One FCE from Group II (see page 203)
(e) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(f) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Anthropology 2110, 2112, 2515, 2517
(b) Anthropology 2132 and 2134 or 2137 and 2139
(c) One FCE electives
(d) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Two FCEs in Anthropology at the third year level
(b) One additional FCE in Anthropology
(c) One FCE elective in Music or Visual Arts
(d) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year:
(a) Two FCEs in Anthropology at the fourth year level
(b) One additional FCE in Anthropology (Anthropology 4111 and 4113 recommended)
(c) Two FCE electives

Fifth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Note:
Honours Thesis. Students wishing to do an honours thesis (Anthropology 4901) in the fourth year of the HBA or HBSc program must have a faculty advisor by March 1 of their third year and, by March 31, must (a) have a topic approved by the advisor, (b) submit a thesis proposal and (c) provide a preliminary bibliography of at least 20 appropriate references in a format approved by the advisor.


3. BSc, BEd (Anthropology Major) J/I

Four Year program
A cumulative average of 65% in all courses is required. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

It is important that BSc and HBSc students seek academic counseling and program planning through the Anthropology Department. Although the program is somewhat flexible, students should select science courses appropriate to their specialization, paying careful attention to prerequisites.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66. Anthropology courses listed as Science credits (see page 155) may be counted towards a General Science teachable.

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
First Year:
(a) Anthropology 1032 and 1034
(b) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(c) Three FCEs from: Biology 1110, 1130, Chemistry 1101, Geography 1120, Geology 1110, 1130, Mathematics 0210, 1160, Business 1513, Physics 1101
(d) Education 1399
First Year:
(a) Anthropology 1032 and 1034
(b) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(c) Three FCEs from: Biology 1110, 1130, Chemistry 1101, Geography 1120, Geology 1110, 1130, Mathematics 0210, 1160, Business 1513, Physics 1101
(d) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Anthropology 2110, 2112, 2515, 2517
(b) Anthropology 2132 and 2134 or 2137 and 2139
(c) One FCE elective, History recommended
(d) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Two FCEs from: Anthropology 3113, 3118, 3119, 3136, 3138, 3139, 3150, 3218, 3815, 3817, 4219 or 4417
(b) A third FCE in Anthropology (Anthropology 3150 recommended for archaeology students)
(c) One FCE elective in Music or Visual Arts
(d) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

4. Honours BSc, BEd (Anthropology Major) J/I

Five Year program
A cumulative average of 70% in all courses is required. An average of 70% is also required in all the major courses. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

All course choices in fourth year must be approved by the Anthropology Department. Although the program is somewhat flexible, students should select science courses appropriate to their specialization, paying careful attention to prerequisites.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66. Anthropology courses listed as Science credits (see page 155) may be counted towards a General Science teachable.

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
First Year:
(a) Anthropology 1032 and 1034
(b) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(c) Three FCEs from: Biology 1110, 1130, Chemistry 1101, Geography 1120, Geology 1110, 1130, Mathematics 0210, 1160, Business 1513, Physics 1101
(d) Education 1399
First Year:
(a) Anthropology 1032 and 1034
(b) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(c) Three FCEs from: Biology 1110, 1130, Chemistry 1101, Geography 1120, Geology 1110, 1130, Mathematics 0210, 1160, Business 1513, Physics 1101
(d) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Anthropology 2110, 2112, 2515, 2517
(b) Anthropology 2132 and 2134 or 2137 and 2139
(c) One FCE elective, History recommended
(d) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Two FCEs from: Anthropology 3113, 3118, 3119, 3136, 3138, 3139, 3150, 3218, 3815, 3817, 4219 or 4417
(b) A third FCE in Anthropology (Anthropology 3150 recommended for archaeology students)
(c) One FCE elective in Music or Visual Arts
(d) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year:
(a) Anthropology 4111 and 4113
(b) Anthropology 4503 or 4505
(c) A third FCE in Anthropology
(d) Two FCE electives (Chemistry 2131 recommended)

Fifth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Note:
Honours Thesis. See above, under Honours BA, BEd program for stipulations pertaining to Anthropology 4901 - Honours Thesis.

CHEMISTRY

5. BSc, BEd (Chemistry Major) J/I

Four Year program
A cumulative average of 65% in all courses is required. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66.

2003-2004 Calendar

2004-2005 Calendar

Starting 2005-2006 Calendar 

First Year:
(a) Chemistry 1101
(b) Mathematics 1180
(c) Physics 1101
(d) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(e) One FCE elective
(f) Education 1399

Second Year:
(a) Chemistry 2111, 2131, 2211, 2231, 2411
(b) Mathematics 2111
(c) Physics 2111 or 2211 or 2331
(d) One half-course elective
(e) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Chemistry 3251, 3351, 3371, 3411, 3431
(b) One FCE in Music or Visual Arts
(c) One half-course elective
(d) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

First Year:
(a) Chemistry 1101
(b) Mathematics 1180
(c) Physics 1101
(d) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(e) One FCE elective
(f) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Chemistry 2111, 2131, 2211, 2231, 2411
(b) Mathematics 2111
(c) Physics 2111 or 2211 or 2331
(d) One half-course elective
(e) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Chemistry 3251, 3351, 3371, 3411, 3431
(b) One FCE in Music or Visual Arts
(c) One half-course elective
(d) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

First Year:
(a) Chemistry 1110 and 1130
(b) Mathematics 1180
(c) Physics 1101
(d) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(e) One FCE elective
(f) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Chemistry 2211, 2231, 2351, 2411, 2412
(b) Mathematics 2111
(c) Physics 2111 or 2211 or 2331
(d) One half-course elective
(e) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Chemistry 2111, 3131, 3251, 3371
(b) One half-course chosen from: Chemistry 3231, 3271, 3431, 3451
(c) One FCE in Music or Visual Arts
(d) One half-course elective
(e) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Note:
Students intending to complete the Honours BSc (Chemistry) are required to take Chemistry 3231 and 3451 in either the Third or Final year of their program.

6. Honours BSc, BEd (Chemistry Major) J/I

Five Year program
A cumulative average of 70% in all courses is required. An average of 70% is also required in all the major courses. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66.

2003-2004 Calendar

2004-2005 Calendar

Starting 2005-2006 Calendar 

First Year:
(a) Chemistry 1101
(b) Mathematics 1180
(c) Physics 1101
(d) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(e) One FCE elective
(f) Education 1399

Second Year:
(a) Chemistry 2111, 2131, 2211, 2231, 2411
(b) Mathematics 2111
(c) Physics 2111 or 2211 or 2331
(d) One half-course elective
(e) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Chemistry 3251, 3351, 3371, 3411, 3431
(b) One FCE in Music or Visual Arts
(c) One half-course elective
(d) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year:
(a) Chemistry 4111, 4151, 4171
(b) Chemistry 4131 or 4551
(c) Chemistry 3231, 3451, 4211, 4311 and 4411
(d) One half-course elective

 

First Year:
(a) Chemistry 1101
(b) Mathematics 1180
(c) Physics 1101
(d) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(e) One FCE elective
(f) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Chemistry 2111, 2131, 2211, 2231, 2411
(b) Mathematics 2111
(c) Physics 2111 or 2211 or 2331
(d) One half-course elective
(e) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Chemistry 3251, 3351, 3371, 3411, 3431
(b) One FCE in Music or Visual Arts
(c) One half-course elective
(d) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year:
(a) Chemistry 4111, 4151, 4171
(b) Chemistry 4131 or 4551
(c) Chemistry 3231, 3451, 4211, 4311 and 4411
(d) One half-course elective

 

First Year:
(a) Chemistry 1110 and 1130
(b) Mathematics 1180
(c) Physics 1101
(d) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(e) One FCE elective
(f) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Chemistry 2211, 2231, 2351, 2411, 2412
(b) Mathematics 2111
(c) Physics 2111 or 2211 or 2331
(d) One half-course elective
(e) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Chemistry 2111, 3131, 3251, 3371
(b) One half-course chosen from: Chemistry 3231, 3271, 3431, 3451
(c) One FCE in Music or Visual Arts
(d) One half-course elective
(e) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year:
(a) Chemistry 4111, 4151, 4171
(b) Two and one-half FCEs chosen from: Chemistry 3131, 3271, 3431, 4131, 4211, 4311, 4411, 4551, 4571, 4710
(c) One FCE elective. Must include Chemistry 3231 and 3451 if not taken in the third year.

Fifth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Notes:
1. A minimum of ten FCEs in Chemistry in the Five Year program are required for the Honours BSc (Chemistry Major) degree.
2. In Fourth Year (b) above, only one of Chemistry 4131 or 4551 will be offered in any particular year.

EARTH SCIENCE

7. BSc, BEd (Earth Science Major) J/I

Four Year program
A cumulative average of 65% in all courses is required. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization, page 66. The teachable for students in this program is General Science.

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
First Year:
(a) Geology 1110, 1130
(b) Chemistry 1101
(c) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(d) One FCE in Music or Visual Arts
(e) One half-course elective offered by the Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Geology, Mathematical Sciences or Physics
(f) Education 1399
First Year:
(a) Geology 1111, 1131
(b) Chemistry 1101
(c) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(d) One FCE in Music or Visual Arts
(e) One half-course elective offered by the Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Geology, Mathematical Sciences or Physics
(f) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Geology 2112, 2213, 2214, 2217, 2310
(b) One and a half FCE electives offered by the Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Geology, Mathematical Sciences or Physics
(c) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Geology 3110, 3311, 3410
(b) Two FCE electives
(c) One FCE elective offered by the Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Geology, Mathematical Sciences or Physics
(d) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.



ENGLISH

8. BA, BEd (English Major) J/I

Four Year program
A cumulative average of 65% in all courses is required. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Courses will be chosen in consultation with the Department.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66.

The following courses do not count as English credits:
a) English as a Second Language (ESL)
b) English 1074, 1807, 2038

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
First Year:
(a) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(b) One FCE elective from Group II (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(c) History 1100
(d) One FCE elective from Group I (English excluded)
(e) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #5, page 60)
(f) Education 1399
First Year:
(a) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(b) One FCE elective from Group II (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(c) History 1100
(d) One FCE elective from Group I (English excluded)
(e) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #5, page 60)
(f) Education 1499

Note:
English 1111 and English 1112 may be taken in either order.

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
Second Year:
(a) Two FCEs in English at the second year level (English 2038 does not count for the purpose of fulfilling this requirement)
(b) History 2301
(c) One FCE elective in Music or Visual Arts
(d) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.
Second Year:
(a) Two FCEs in English at the second year level (English 2038 does not count for the purpose of fulfilling this requirement)
(b) One FCE in History at the second year level
(c) One FCE elective in Music or Visual Arts
(d) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Three FCEs in English, two of which must be at the third year level
(b) One FCE elective in Arts or Science
(c) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

9. Honours BA, BEd (English Major) J/I

Five Year program
average of 70% is also required in all the major courses. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66.

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
First Year:
(a) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(b) One FCE elective from Group II (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(c) History 1100
(d) One FCE elective from Group I (English excluded)
(e) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(f) Education 1399
First Year:
(a) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(b) One FCE elective from Group II (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(c) History 1100
(d) One FCE elective from Group I (English excluded)
(e) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(f) Education 1499


Note:
English 1111 and English 1112 may be taken in either order.

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
Second Year:
(a) English 2903 and one FCE in English at the second-year level (English 2038 does not count for the purposes of fulfilling this requirement)
(b) One FCE in English
(c) History 2301
(d) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.
Second Year:
(a) English 2903 and one FCE in English at the second-year level (English 2038 does not count for the purposes of fulfilling this requirement)
(b) One FCE in English
(c) One FCE in History at the second year level
(d) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Two FCEs in English at the third or fourth-year level
(b) One FCE in English
(c) One FCE in Music or Visual Arts
(c) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year:
(a) Three FCEs in English at the third or fourth-year level
(b) One FCE elective (Group II recommended)
(c) One FCE elective

Fifth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

FRENCH

10. BA, BEd (French Major) J/I

Four Year program
A cumulative average of 65% in all courses is required. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66.

The student's selection of courses requires the consent of the Chair of the Department of Languages.

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
First Year:
(a) French 1120 and 1200 or 1204
(b) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(c) One FCE from Group II (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(d) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(e) Education 1399
First Year:
(a) French 1120 and 1200 or 1204
(b) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(c) One FCE from Group II (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(d) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(e) Education 1499

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar

Starting 2005-2006 Calendar
Second Year:
(a) French 2201 and two FCEs in French at the second year level
(b) History 2301
(c) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.
Second Year:
(a) French 2201 and two FCEs in French at the second year level
(b) One FCE in History at the second year level
(c) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.
Second Year:
(a) French 2201 and two FCEs in French at the second year level
(b) One FCE elective chosen in consultation with the Department of Languages
(c) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) French 3201 or 3203 or 4220 and one FCE in French at the third or fourth year level
(b) One FCE from Group II
(c) One FCE elective in Music or Visual Arts
(d) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

11. Honours BA, BEd (French Major) J/I

Five Year program
A cumulative average of 70% in all courses is required. An average of 70% is also required in all the major courses. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66.

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
First Year:
(a) French 1120 and 1200 or 1204
(b) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(c) One FCE elective in Social Sciences and Humanities
(d) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
Education 1399
First Year:
(a) French 1120 and 1200 or 1204
(b) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(c) One FCE elective in Social Sciences and Humanities
(d) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) French 2101 and 2201
(b) One FCE in French at the second year level
(c) One FCE elective from Group II (Anthropology 0300 recommended) (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(d) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar

Starting 2005-2006 Calendar 
Third Year:
(a) French 3201 or 3203 or 4220
(b) One FCE in French at the third or fourth year level
(c) One FCE elective chosen in consultation with the Department of Languages (History 2301 if not previously taken)
(d) One FCE elective in Music or Visual Arts
(d) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.
Third Year:
(a) French 3201 or 3203 or 4220
(b) One FCE in French at the third or fourth year level
(c) One FCE elective chosen in consultation with the Department of Languages (One FCE in History at the second year level if not previously taken)
(d) One FCE elective in Music or Visual Arts
(d) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.
Third Year:
(a) French 3201 or 3203 or 4220
(b) One FCE in French at the third or fourth year level
(c) One FCE elective chosen in consultation with the Department of Languages
(d) One FCE elective in Music or Visual Arts
(d) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year:
(a) Three FCEs in French at the third or fourth year level
(b) One FCE elective chosen in consultation with the Department of Languages
(c) One FCE elective from Group II

Fifth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

GENERAL PROGRAM

12. BA (General Program), BEd (Native Education) J/I

See the Native Teacher Education Program, page 84.

13. BSc (General Program), BEd (Native Education) J/I

See the Native Teacher Education Program, page 84.

GEOGRAPHY

14. BA, BEd (Geography Major) J/I

Four Year program
A cumulative average of 65% in all courses is required. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66.

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
First Year:
(a) Geography 1120
(b) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(c) History 1100
(d) One FCE elective from: Anthropology, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology
(e) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(f) Education 1399
First Year:
(a) Geography 1120
(b) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(c) History 1100
(d) One FCE elective from: Anthropology, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology
(e) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(f) Education 1499

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
Second Year:
(a) Two FCEs from: Geography 2211, 2331, 2351, 2511 and 2811
(b) History 2301
(c) One FCE in English (first year excluded)
(d) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.
Second Year:
(a) Two FCEs from: Geography 2211, 2331, 2351, 2511 and 2811
(b) One FCE in History at the second year level
(c) One FCE in English (first year excluded)
(d) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

2004-2005 Calendar

Starting 2005-2006 Calendar
Third Year:
(a) One FCE selected from Geography 3611, 3631, 3651, 3691
(b) One FCE in Geography at the third year level
(c) One FCE in Music or Visual Arts
(d) One FCE elective (The remaining Geography half-course from Second Year and a half-course elective recommended)
(e) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.
Third Year:
(a) One FCE selected from Geography 3611, 3631, 3651, 3671, 3691, 3693
(b) One FCE in Geography at the third year level
(c) One FCE in Music or Visual Arts
(d) One FCE elective (The remaining Geography half-course from Second Year and a half-course elective recommended)
(e) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

15. Honours BA, BEd (Geography Major) J/I

Five Year program
A cumulative average of 70% in all courses is required. An average of 70% is also required in all the major courses. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66.

Students may elect, after consultation with the Faculty of Education and Department of Geography, to take their Professional Year Core Courses in the fourth year of their program and to complete their Geography requirements in the fifth year.

First Year:
(a) Geography 1120
(b) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(c) History 1100
(d) One FCE elective from: Anthropology, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology
(e) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(f) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Geography 2211, 2251 and 2271
(b) One of Geography 2331, 2351, 2511, 2811
(c) One FCE in History at the second year level
(d) One FCE in English (first year excluded)
(e) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) The remaining three half-courses from: Geography 2331, 2351, 2511, 2811
(b) Geography 3251 or 3253
(c) One FCE from: Geography 3611, 3631, 3651, 3671, 3691, 3693, 4611
(d) One FCE in Music or Visual Arts
(e) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year:
(a) One FCE in Geography at the third year level
(b) Three FCEs in Geography at the fourth year level
(c) One FCE elective

Fifth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

16. BSc, BEd (Geography Major) J/I

Four Year program
A cumulative average of 65% in all courses is required. See regulation #3, page 61, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 69.

First Year:
(a) Geography 1120
(b) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(c) Three FCEs in Science (Geography excluded)
(d) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Two FCEs from Geography 2211, 2331, 2351, 2511, 2811
(b) Two FCEs in Science
(c) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 69.

Third Year:
(a) One FCE from: Geography 3611, 3631, 3651, 3671, 3691, 3693
(b) One FCE in Geography at the third year level
(c) One FCE in Music or Visual Arts
(d) One FCE in Science
(e) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 69.

Fourth Year:
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 69.

17. Honours BSc, BEd (Geography Major) J/I

Five Year program
A cumulative average of 70% in all courses is required. An average of 70% is also required in all the major courses. See regulation #3, page 61, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 69.

Students may elect, after consultation with the Faculty of Education and Department of Geography, to take their Professional Year Core Courses in the fourth year of their program and to complete their Geography requirements in the fifth year.

First Year:
(a) Geography 1120
(b) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(c) Three FCEs in Science (Geography excluded)
(d) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Geography 2211, 2251, 2271
(b) One and one-half FCE from Geography 2331, 2351, 2511, 2811
(c) One FCE elective
(d) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 69.

Third Year:
(a) The remaining half-course from Geography 2331, 2351, 2511, 2811
(b) Geography 3251 or 3253
(c) One FCE from: Geography 3611, 3631, 3651, 3671, 3691, 3693, 4611
(d) One FCE in Geography at the third year level
(e) One FCE in Music or Visual Arts
(f) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 69.

Fourth Year:
(a) Three FCEs in Geography at the fourth year level
(b) One FCE in Science
(c) One FCE elective

Fifth Year:
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 69.

GEOLOGY WITH MAJOR CONCENTRATION IN PHYSICS

18. Honours BSc, BEd (Geology) with Major Concentration in Physics J/I

Five Year program
A cumulative average of 70% in all courses is required. An average of 70% is also required in all the major courses. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66. The teachable for students in this program is General Science.

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar

First Year:
(a) Geology 1110 and 1130
(b) Physics 1101
(c) Chemistry 1101
(d) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(e) Mathematics 1160 or 1180
(f) Education 1399

Second Year:
(a) Geology 2112, 2211, 2214, 2217, 2310
(b) Physics 2311
(c) Mathematics 2111
(d) One FCE in Music or Visual Arts
(e) Education 2399

Third Year:
(a) Geology 3212, 3216, 3310
(b) Physics 2111, 2151, 2211, 2331
(c) Mathematics 2131
(d) Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

First Year:
(a) Geology 1111 and 1131
(b) Physics 1101
(c) Chemistry 1101
(d) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(e) Mathematics 1160 or 1180
(f) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Geology 2112, 2213, 2214, 2217, 2310
(b) Physics 2311
(c) Mathematics 2111
(d) One FCE in Music or Visual Arts
(e) Education 2399

Third Year:
(a) Geology 2219, 3216, 3310
(b) Physics 2111, 2151, 2211, 2331
(c) Mathematics 2131
(d) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year:

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
(a) Geology 3410, 4161, 4181, 4411
(b) One half-course elective in Physics
(c) One half-course elective in Geology or Physics
(d) One half-course elective
(e) One of the following Education electives: 3410, 3430, 3431, 3432, 3433, 3434, 3435, 3436, 3437, 3439*, 3458, 3470
*Education 3439 may be taken for credit more than once if the topics are different.
(a) Geology 3410, 4161, 4181, 4411
(b) One half-course elective in Physics
(c) One half-course elective in Geology or Physics
(d) One half-course elective
(e) Two of the following Education electives: 3210, 3230, 3231, 3232, 3233, 3234, 3235, 3236, 3237, 3239*, 3258, 3270
*Education 3239 may be taken for credit more than once if the topics are different.

Fifth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

HISTORY

19. BA, BEd (History Major) J/I

Four Year program
A cumulative average of 65% in all courses is required. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66.

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
First Year:
(a) History 1100
(b) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(c) Two FCE Group II electives (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(d) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(e) Education 1399
First Year:
(a) History 1100
(b) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(c) Two FCE Group II electives (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(d) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(e) Education 1499

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
Second Year:
(a) History 2301 and one FCE in history at the second year level
(b) One FCE elective from either the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities or the Faculty of Science and Environmental Studies
(c) One FCE in English at or above the second year level
(d) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.
Second Year:
(a) Two FCEs in history at the second year level
(b) One FCE elective from either the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities or the Faculty of Science and Environmental Studies
(c) One FCE in English at or above the second year level
(d) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Two FCEs in history at the third year level
(b) One FCE elective in Music or Visual Arts
(c) One FCE elective from either the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities or the Faculty of Science and Environmental Studies
(d) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

20. Honours BA, BEd (History Major) J/I

Five Year program
A cumulative average of 70% in all courses is required. An average of 70% is also required in all the major courses. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66.

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
First Year:
(a) History 1100
(b) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(c) Two FCE Group II electives (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(d) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(e) Education 1399
First Year:
(a) History 1100
(b) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(c) Two FCE Group II electives (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(d) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(e) Education 1499

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
Second Year:
(a) History 2301 and two FCEs in history at the second year level
(b) One FCE in English at or above the second year level
(c) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.
Second Year:
(a) Three FCEs in history at the second year level
(b) One FCE in English at or above the second year level
(c) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) History 3820
(b) Two FCEs in history at the third year level
(c) One FCE elective in Music or Visual Arts
(d) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year:
(a) Three FCEs in history at the fourth year level
(b) Two FCE electives from either the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities or the Faculty of Science and Environmental Studies

Fifth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

INDIGENOUS LEARNING

21. BA, BEd (Indigenous Learning Major) J/I

Four Year program

See the Native Teacher Education Program, page 84.

22. Honours BA, BEd (Indigenous Learning Major) J/I

Five Year program

See the Native Teacher Education Program, page 84.

KINESIOLOGY

23. HBK, BEd (Kinesiology Major) J/I

Five Year program
A cumulative average of 70% in all courses is required. An average of 70% is also required in all the major courses. See regulation #2, page 61, regarding the average in the major.

Elective courses may be chosen from within the school or outside of the school. One FCE elective must be in Music or Visual Arts. Physical and Health Education is the required teachable subject.

First Year:
(a) Kinesiology 1010, 1035, 1113, 1710, 1711
(b) Chemistry 1210
(c) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(d) Two FCE electives
(e) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Kinesiology 2015, 2035, 2059, 2079, 2711
(b) Biology 2020 and 2030
(c) One half-course elective
(d) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 69.

Third Year:
(a) Kinesiology 3010, 3030, 3070, 3134, 3230, 3610, 3710, 3711
(b) One and one-half FCE electives
(c) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 69.

Fourth Year:
(a) Kinesiology 4113, 4310, 4710
(b) Kinesiology 4193 (non-credit required course)
(c) Kinesiology 4230 and three FCE electives, or Kinesiology 4220 and two and one-half FCE electives

Fifth Year:
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 69.

Students must receive permission of the Director of the School of Kinesiology to change the sequencing of required courses.

MATHEMATICS

24. BA, BEd (Mathematics Major) J/I

Four Year program
A cumulative average of 65% in all courses is required. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66.

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
First Year:
(a) Mathematics 1180
(b) One FCE from English 1011, 1031, 1111, 1112, with at least one of 1111, 1112
(c) Two FCEs from Group I or Group II, at least one must be in Group II (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(d) One FCE in History
(e) Education 1399
First Year:
(a) Mathematics 1180
(b) One FCE from English 1011, 1031, 1111, 1112, with at least one of 1111, 1112
(c) Two FCEs from Group I or Group II, at least one must be in Group II (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(d) One FCE in History
(e) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Mathematics 1281, 2111, 2131
(b) One FCE in History or English
(c) One FCE from Group I or Group II
(d) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Mathematics 2255 and 2275
(b) One FCE in Mathematics at the second or third year level
(c) One FCE in Music or Visual Arts
(d) One FCE from Group I or Group II
(e) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

25. Honours BA, BEd (Mathematics Major) J/I

Five Year program
A cumulative average of 70% in all courses is required. An average of 70% is also required in all the major courses. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66.

 

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar

Starting 2005-2006 Calendar
Note:
Students who entered this program on or before the 2000-2001 academic year should replace Mathematics 2331 and 2333 by Mathematics 2231 and 2233 in Third Year listed below; students entering the Fourth Year should replace (b) One FCE in Mathematics at the third or fourth year level by Mathematics 2231 and 2233.

First Year:
(a) Mathematics 1180, 1281
(b) One FCE from English 1011, 1031, 1111, 1112 with at least one of 1111 or 1112
(c) One FCE in History
(d) One FCE Group II elective (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(e) Education 1399
Note:
Students who entered this program on or before the 2000-2001 academic year should replace Mathematics 2331 and 2333 by Mathematics 2231 and 2233 in Third Year listed below; students entering the Fourth Year should replace (b) One FCE in Mathematics at the third or fourth year level by Mathematics 2231 and 2233.

First Year:
(a) Mathematics 1180, 1281
(b) One FCE from English 1011, 1031, 1111, 1112 with at least one of 1111 or 1112
(c) One FCE in History
(d) One FCE Group II elective (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(e) Education 1499

 

 

 

 

 

 

First Year:
(a) Mathematics 1180, 1281
(b) One FCE from English 1011, 1031, 1111, 1112 with at least one of 1111 or 1112
(c) One FCE in History
(d) One FCE Group II elective (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(e) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Mathematics 2111, 2131, 2231, 2233, 2255, 2275
(b) One FCE in Music or Visual Arts
(c) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Mathematics 2331, 2333, 3231, 3233
(b) One FCE in Mathematics at the third or fourth year level
(c) One FCE elective from the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities at the second year level or higher
(d) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year:
(a) Mathematics 3171, 4151, 4301
(b) One FCE in Mathematics at the third or fourth year level
(c) One FCE elective from the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities at the second year level or higher
(d) One FCE elective

Fifth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

26. BSc, BEd (Mathematics Major) J/I

Four Year program
A cumulative average of 65% in all courses is required. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66.

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
First Year:
(a) Mathematics 1180, 1281
(b) One FCE from English 1011, 1031, 1111, 1112 (it is recommended that at least one be from 1011, 1031)
(c) Two FCEs chosen from Biology 1110/1130, Chemistry 1101, Computer Science 1411/1431, Geography 1120, Geology 1110/1130, Physics 1101
(d) Education 1399
First Year:
(a) Mathematics 1180, 1281
(b) One FCE from English 1011, 1031, 1111, 1112 (it is recommended that at least one be from 1011, 1031)
(c) Two FCEs chosen from Biology 1110/1130, Chemistry 1101, Computer Science 1411/1431, Geography 1120, Geology 1110/1130, Physics 1101
(d) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Mathematics 2111, 2131, 2255, 2275
(b) One FCE in Science
(c) One FCE in Music or Visual Arts
(d) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) One FCE in Mathematics at the third or fourth year level
(b) One FCE in Science
(c) Two FCE electives
(d) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

27. Honours BSc, BEd (Mathematics Major) J/I

Five Year program
A cumulative average of 70% in all courses is required. A cumulative average of 70% in mathematics courses is also required. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66.

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
First Year:
(a) Mathematics 1180, 1281
(b) One FCE from English 1011, 1031, 1111, 1112 (it is recommended that at least one be from 1011, 1031)
(c) Two FCEs chosen from Biology 1110/1130, Chemistry 1101, Computer Science 1411/1431, Geography 1120, Geology 1110/1130, Physics 1101
(d) Education 1399
First Year:
(a) Mathematics 1180, 1281
(b) One FCE from English 1011, 1031, 1111, 1112 (it is recommended that at least one be from 1011, 1031)
(c) Two FCEs chosen from Biology 1110/1130, Chemistry 1101, Computer Science 1411/1431, Geography 1120, Geology 1110/1130, Physics 1101
(d) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Mathematics 2111, 2131, 2231, 2233, 2255, 2275
(b) One FCE in Music or Visual Arts
(c) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Mathematics 2331, 2333, 3231, 3233
(b) One FCE in Mathematics at the third or fourth year level
(c) One FCE in Science at the second year level or higher
(d) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year:
(a) Mathematics 3171, 4151, 4301
(b) One FCE in Mathematics at the third or fourth year level
(c) One FCE in Science
(d) One FCE electives

Fifth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

MUSIC

28. Honours BA, BEd (Music Major) J/I

Five Year program
A cumulative average of 70% in all courses is required. An average of 70% is also required in all the major courses. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66.

First Year:
(a) Music 1311, 1312, 1340
(b) Music Performance: Primary I
(c) Music 1318 and 1333
(d) A half-course elective in Music
(e) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(e) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Music 2311, 2312, 2317, 2341
(b) Music Performance: Primary II
(c) Music 2333 and either 2332 or 2334
(d) Education 2254 or a half-course Music elective or two of the Education electives: 3210, 3230, 3231, 3232, 3233, 3234, 3235, 3236, 3237, 3239, 3258, or 3270
(f) Education 2399

Third Year:
(a) Music 3311, 3312, 3381
(b) Music Performance: Primary III or Music 3800
(c) Music 3318
(d) Music 3333 and either 3332 or 3334
(e) One full course equivalent elective (Group II) (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(f) Education 3399

Fourth Year:
(a) Music 4316 and 4317
(b) Music Performance: Primary IV or Music 4800
(c) Music 4333 and either 4332 or 4334
(d) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(e) One FCE elective from Group II
(f) Education 3499

Fifth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

NATURAL SCIENCE

29. BSc, BEd (Natural Science Major) J/I

Four Year program
A cumulative average of 65% in all courses is required. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66. The teachable for students in this program is General Science.

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
First Year:
(a) Biology 1110, 1130
(b) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(c) One FCE elective from either Group I or Group II (English excluded) (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(d) History 1100
(e) One FCE in Mathematics (Mathematics 0140 recommended)
(f) Education 1399
First Year:
(a) Biology 1110, 1130
(b) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(c) One FCE elective from either Group I or Group II (English excluded) (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(d) History 1100
(e) One FCE in Mathematics (Mathematics 0140 recommended)
(f) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Biology 2171, 2210, 2230
(b) A half-course in Biology at the second or third year level
(c) One FCE in English at the second year level
(d) One FCE in a Science other than Biology (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(e) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Two FCEs in Biology at the third or fourth year level
(b) One FCE in a Science other than Biology
(c) One FCE elective
(d) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

OUTDOOR RECREATION

30. HBOR, BEd (Outdoor Recreation Major) J/I

Five Year program
A cumulative average of 70% in all courses is required. An average of 70% is also required in all the major courses. See regulation #3, page 61, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 69.


For students entering the program in September 2007 or after:

First Year:

(a) Outdoor Recreation 1010, 1070
(b) Outdoor Recreation 1910, 1930 (non-credit courses)
(c) English 1011 and 1031
(d) One of: Anthropology 1032 and 1034; Economics 1100; Geography 1120; Political Science 1100; Psychology 1100; Sociology 1100
(e) One FCE in Music or Visual Arts
(f) One half-course elective
(g) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Outdoor Recreation 2210, 2270, 2310, 2350, 2510, 2750, 2810
(b) One half-course elective
(c) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 69.

Third Year:
(a) Outdoor Recreation 3230, 3370, 3510
(b) Three half-courses in Outdoor Recreation at the third year level
(c) One FCE in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 61)
(d) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 75.

Fourth Year:
(a) Four half-courses in Outdoor Recreation at the fourth year level
(b) Three FCE electives

Fifth Year:
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 69.


For students entering the program before September 2007:

Second Year:
(a) Outdoor Recreation 2210, 2270, 2310, 2350, 2510, 2750, 2810
(b) One FCE in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 61)
(c) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 69.

Third Year:
(a) Outdoor Recreation 3171, 3230, 3370, 3510
(b) Three half-courses in Outdoor Recreation at the third year level
(c) One and one-half FCE electives
(d) Education 3499

Fourth Year:
(a) Outdoor Recreation 4131
(b) Three half-courses in Outdoor Recreation
(c) Three FCE electives
(d) Two of the following Education electives: 3210, 3230, 3231, 3232, 3233, 3234, 3235, 3236, 3237, 3239*, 3258, 3270

Fifth Year:
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 69.

PHILOSOPHY

31. BA, BEd (Philosophy Major) J/I

Four Year program
A cumulative average of 65% in all courses is required. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66.

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
First Year:
(a) Philosophy 1100
(b) One FCE in the teachable subject
(c) One FCE from Group II (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(d) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(e) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(f) Education 1399
First Year:
(a) Philosophy 1100
(b) One FCE in the teachable subject
(c) One FCE from Group II (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(d) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(e) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(f) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Two FCEs in philosophy above the first year level
(b) One FCE in the teachable subject
(c) One FCE elective (If not already included, a second FCE must be taken from Group II)
(d) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Two FCEs in philosophy above the first year level
(b) One FCE elective in Music or Visual Arts
(c) One FCE in the teachable subject
(d) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

32. Honours BA, BEd (Philosophy Major) J/I

Five Year program
A cumulative average of 70% in all courses is required. An average of 70% is also required in all the major courses. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66.

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
First Year:
(a) Philosophy 1100
(b) One FCE in the teachable subject
(c) One FCE from Group II (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(d) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(e) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(f) Education 1399
First Year:
(a) Philosophy 1100
(b) One FCE in the teachable subject
(c) One FCE from Group II (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(d) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(e) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(f) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Three FCEs in philosophy above the first year level (Philosophy 2311, 2614, 2615 are recommended)
(b) One FCE elective in the teachable subject
(c) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Three FCEs in philosophy above the first year level
(b) One FCE elective in Music or Visual Arts
(c) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year:
(a) Three FCEs in philosophy above the first year level
(b) One FCE in the teachable subject
(c) One FCE elective (If not already included, a second FCE must be taken from Group II)

Fifth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

PHYSICS

33. BSc, BEd (Physics Major) J/I

Four Year program
A cumulative average of 65% in all courses is required. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66.

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
First Year:
(a) Physics 1101
(b) Mathematics 1180
(c) Chemistry 1101
(d) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(e) Computer Science 0411 or 1411
(f) One half-course Science elective
(g) Education 1399
First Year:
(a) Physics 1101
(b) Mathematics 1180
(c) Chemistry 1110, 1130
(d) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(e) Computer Science 0411 or 1411
(f) One half-course Science elective
(g) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Physics 2111, 2211, 2311, 2331, 2332
(b) Mathematics 2111, 2131
(c) One half-course in Music or Visual Arts
(d) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Physics 3113, 3211 and 3231
(b) One FCE in Physics
(c) Mathematics 3131, 3133
(d) One half-course in Music or Visual Arts
(e) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

34. Honours BSc, BEd (Physics Major) J/I

Five Year program
A cumulative average of 70% in all courses is required. An average of 70% is also required in all the major courses. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66.

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
First Year:
(a) Physics 1101
(b) Mathematics 1180
(c) Chemistry 1101
(d) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(e) Computer Science 0411 or 1411
(f) One half-course Science elective
(g) Education 1399
First Year:
(a) Physics 1101
(b) Mathematics 1180
(c) Chemistry 1110, 1130
(d) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(e) Computer Science 0411 or 1411
(f) One half-course Science elective
(g) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Physics 2211, 2311, 2331, 2332
(b) Physics 2111 or 2151
(c) Mathematics 2111, 2131
(d) One half-course in Music or Visual Arts
(e) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Physics 3113, 3211 and 3231
(b) One FCE in Physics (Physics 2111 and 2151 if not previously taken)
(c) One FCE from: Physics 4113, 4171, 4211, a half-course in Physics
(d) Mathematics 3131, 3133
(e) One half-course in Music or Visual Arts

Fourth Year:
(a) Physics 4115
(b) One FCE from: Physics 4411, 4412, 4313
(c) One and one-half FCEs in Physics (Physics 4113, 4171 and 4211 if not previously taken)
(d) One FCE elective
(e) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fifth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

POLITICAL SCIENCE

35. BA, BEd (Political Science Major) J/I

Four Year program
A cumulative average of 65% in all courses is required. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66. The teachable subject for students of Political Science is History. A maximum of one FCE in Political Science may be used towards the teachable in History.

Courses will be chosen in consultation with the Department of Political Science. Students are required to take:
(a) one half-course in Political Theory from: Political Science 2510, 2530, 3515, 3517, 4215, 4513
(b) one half-course in International Relations from: Political Science 2611, 2615, 3311, 3313, 3617, 3619, 4315, 4615
(c) one half-course in Comparative Politics from: Political Science 3319, 3333, 3334, 3337, 3338.

First Year:
(a) Political Science 1100
(b) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(c) One FCE in History
(d) One FCE from Group II (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(e) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(f) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Political Science 2212 or 2213
(b) One and one-half FCEs in Political Science at the second year level
(c) One FCE in History
(d) One FCE elective from the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities or the Faculty of Science and Environmental Studies
(e) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Two FCEs in Political Science at the third year level
(b) One FCE elective in Music or Visual Arts
(c) One FCE elective from the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities or the Faculty of Science and Environmental Studies
(d) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Note I:
For Political Science Majors and Honours students Third Year Political Science Courses may be substituted for Second Year Political Science Courses in making up the requirements towards majors or honours degrees. Courses cannot be double counted.

Note II:
Third year students majoring in Political Science who have obtained a level at least equivalent to honours standing, may with the permission of the department, take courses given at the fourth year level.

Note III:
A student who has qualified for a BA (Political Science Major) may qualify for an Honours BA (Political Science) by satisfactorily completing the additional required political science courses at the honours level.

Note IV:
Majors and Honours students in Political Science are strongly advised to take a research methods of statistics course in another social science, such as Economics 2115/2117, Psychology 2101, or Sociology 3309. Students should consult the appropriate sections of the calendar and obtain the necessary prerequisites for these courses.

36. Honours BA, BEd (Political Science Major) J/I

Five Year program
A cumulative average of 70% in all courses is required. An average of 70% is also required in all the major courses. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66. The teachable subject for students of Political Science is History. A maximum of one FCE in Political Science may be used towards the teachable in History.

Courses will be chosen in consultation with the Department of Political Science. Students are required to take:
(a) one half-course in Political Theory from: Political Science 2510, 2530, 3515, 3517, 4215, 4513
(b) one half-course in International Relations from: Political Science 2611, 2615, 3311, 3313, 3617, 3619, 4315, 4615
(c) one half-course in Comparative Politics from: Political Science 3319, 3333, 3334, 3337, 3338.

First Year:
(a) Political Science 1100
(b) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(c) One FCE in History
(d) One FCE from Group II (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(e) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(f) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Political Science 2212 or 2213
(b) One and one-half FCEs in Political Science at the second year level
(c) One FCE in History
(d) One FCE elective from the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities or the Faculty of Science and Environmental Studies
(e) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Two FCEs in Political Science at the third year level
(b) One FCE elective in Music or Visual Arts
(c) One FCE elective from the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities or the Faculty of Science and Environmental Studies
(d) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year:
(a) Three FCEs in Political Science taken from the fourth year (Students are strongly encouraged to take Political Science 4101.)
(b) Two FCE electives approved by the Department of Political Science

Fifth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

PSYCHOLOGY

37. BA, BEd (Psychology Major) J/I

Four Year program
A cumulative average of 65% in all courses is required. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66.

Note X2:
Each J/I student must:
(a) have at least one FCE in English, one FCE in History, and one FCE in Music or Visual Arts. A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(b) choose a teachable subject consisting of 3 FCEs.

Courses will be chosen in consultation with the Department. (see Note 2, page 249; and Note X2 above).

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
First Year:
(a) Psychology 1100
(b) Two FCEs from Group I (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203; and see Note X2 above)
(c) One FCE from Group II
(d) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(e) Education 1399
First Year:
(a) Psychology 1100
(b) Two FCEs from Group I (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203; and see Note X2 above)
(c) One FCE from Group II
(d) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(e) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Psychology 2101 (see Note 2c, page 249)
(b) Psychology 2002 or one FCE in Psychology selected from the core groups (see notes 1 and 3, page 249)
(c) Two FCE electives, one of which may be in Psychology (see Note X2 above)
(d) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Two FCEs in Psychology (see notes 1 and 3, page 249)
(b) Two FCE electives, one of which may be Psychology (see Note X2 above)
(c) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.


38. BA, BEd (Psychology Major) J/I

Five Year program
A cumulative average of 65% in all courses is required. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66.

Note X2:
Each J/I student must:
(a) have at least one FCE in English, one FCE in History, and one FCE in Music or Visual Arts. A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(b) choose a teachable subject consisting of 3 FCEs.

Courses will be chosen in consultation with the Department. (see Note 2, page 249; and Note X2 above).

First, Second, and Third Years:
The first three years of this program are the same as for the BA, BEd (Psychology Major) Four Year program.

Fourth Year:
(a) Four FCEs in Psychology (see notes 1 and 3, page 249)
(b) One FCE elective, which may be Psychology (see Note X2 above)

Fifth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.


39. Honours BA, BEd (Psychology Major) J/I

Five Year program
A cumulative average of 70% in all courses is required. An average of 70% is also required in all the major courses. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66.

Note X2:
Each J/I student must:
(a) have at least one FCE in English, one FCE in History, and one FCE in Music or Visual Arts. A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(b) choose a teachable subject consisting of 3 FCEs.

Courses will be chosen in consultation with the Department. (see Note 2, page 249; and Note X2 above).

First and Second Years:
The course requirements for the first two years of this program are the same as for the BA, BEd (Psychology Major) Four Year program.

Third Year:
(a) Psychology 3911
(b) One and a half FCEs in Psychology (see notes 1 and 3, page 249)
(c) Two FCE electives, one of which may be Psychology
(d) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year:
(a) Four FCEs in Psychology (see notes 1 and 3, page 232)
(b) One FCE elective, which may be Psychology (see Note X2 above)

Fifth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 63.

SOCIOLOGY

40. BA, BEd (Sociology Major) J/I

Four Year program
A cumulative average of 65% in all courses is required. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66.

First Year:
(a) Sociology 1100
(b) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(c) One FCE elective from Group I (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(d) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(e) One FCE elective from Group II
(f) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Sociology 2111 and 2911
(b) One FCE in Sociology
(c) Two FCE electives
(d) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Sociology 3501
(b) One FCE in sociology at the third or fourth year level
(c) One FCE elective in Music or Visual Arts
(d) One FCE elective
(e) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

41. Honours BA, BEd (Sociology Major) J/I

Five Year program
A cumulative average of 70% in all courses is required. An average of 70% is also required in all the major courses. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66.

First Year:
(a) Sociology 1100
(b) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(c) One FCE elective from Group I (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(d) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(e) One FCE elective from Group II
(f) Education 1499

Second Year:

(a) Sociology 2111 and 2911
(b) One FCE in Sociology
(c) Two FCE electives
(d) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Sociology 3310, 3311, 3410, 3411 and 3501
(b) One FCE elective in Music or Visual Arts
(c) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year:
(a) Sociology 4313 and 4411
(b) One FCE in Sociology at the third or fourth year level
(c) One FCE in Sociology at the fourth year level
(d) Two FCE electives chosen in consultation with the Department

Fifth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

VISUAL ARTS

42. BA, BEd (Visual Arts Major) J/I

Four Year program
A cumulative average of 65% in all courses is required. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66.

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
First Year:
(a) Visual Arts 1020 and 1080
(b) Visual Arts 1000
(c) Two of: Visual Arts 1010, 1030, 1050, 1070
(d) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(e) Education 1399
First Year:
(a) Visual Arts 1020 and 1080
(b) Visual Arts 1000
(c) Two of: Visual Arts 1010, 1030, 1050, 1070
(d) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(e) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) Visual Arts 2220
(b) A second year studio course (one FCE), based on selection made in First Year (c) above; i.e. Visual Arts 2021 or 2041 or 2101 or 2121 or 2143
(c) A second studio course (one FCE) or the pair of studio courses not selected in First Year (c)
(d) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(e) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) One studio course (FCE) in Visual Arts at second or third year level, depending on previous choices, or Visual Arts 3821 or 4203
(b) Two FCE electives from Group II (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(c) One second year studio course based on courses not taken in First Year (c), or Second Year (c), or Visual Arts 3021
(d) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.


WOMEN'S STUDIES

43. BA, BEd (Women's Studies Major) J/I

Four Year program
A cumulative average of 65% in all courses is required. See regulation #3, page 60, regarding the average in the major.

Students must choose a teachable subject. See Junior-Intermediate Specialization page 66. Students with a major in Women's Studies will need to take English, History, Mathematics, or General Science as their teachable subject.

2003-2004 Calendar

Starting 2004-2005 Calendar
First Year:
(a) Women's Studies 1100
(b) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(c) One FCE in History
(d) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(e) One FCE from Group II (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(f) Education 1399
First Year:
(a) Women's Studies 1100
(b) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(c) One FCE in History
(d) One FCE elective in Mathematics or Science (see Academic Regulations, #1, page 60)
(e) One FCE from Group II (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements, page 203)
(f) Education 1499

Second Year:
(a) One FCE in Women's Studies selected from: 2110, 2111, 2317, 2711, and 3110
(b) One FCE in Women's Studies from Group A courses
(c) One FCE in English at the second year level or above
(d) One FCE in the teachable subject
(e) Education Second Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Third Year:
(a) Women's Studies 3010 and 3030
(b) One FCE in Women's Studies from Group A or Group B courses
(c) One FCE elective in Music or Visual Arts
(d) One FCE in the teachable subject
(e) Education Third Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.

Fourth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Education Professional Year J/I Core Courses. See page 66.


See also:
Faculty of Education - Undergraduate Programs
- Faculty Regulations
- Department of Lifelong Learning in Education
- Undergraduate Studies in Education
- Courses
- Programs P/J Specialization
- Programs I/S Specialization
- Native Teacher Education Programs

Faculty of Graduate Studies
- Information/Regulations
- Faculty of Education

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