Faculty of Education : 17.0 Bachelor of Education (Secondary Curriculum)
Students are eligible for a BC teaching certificate and the Bachelor of Education (BEd) degree upon successful completion of this program.
17.2 Program Admission
Note: New admissions to this program will be suspended effective September 2018. For more information about Post-Degree Professional program (PDPP) options contact teacher education advising (adve@uvic.ca). Students interested in teaching physical education at the secondary level are also advised to visit the School of Exercise Science, Physical and Health Education website for more information and options. (http://www.uvic.ca/education/exercise).
AE 103A and 103B with a minimum grade point average of 5.0 (UVic B)
17.3 Secondary Program Requirements and Format
Teaching area(s)2 and electives
Teaching area(s)2 and electives
Courses chosen from: AE 208, 303B, 305, 306, 307, 308, 310, 317, 319, 322, 330, 401, any 402, 422; EDCI 494A, 495A
ART 150, 151 and HA120, 121 are also recommended electives.
EPHE 106, 107, 120, 122, and
one of EPHE 109 or 114, and
one of EPHE 121, 123, 124, 125, and
one of EPHE 113, 119, 126, 134, 135, 137, and
EPHE 105 or one course from EPHE 104-1372
Students who possess a Bronze Medallion will take one course from EPHE 104-137 in lieu of EPHE 105. Bronze Medallion Certificates must be provided to the teacher education advising office
Restricted admission; see 17.2 Program Admission. The course work required for this teaching area is listed at the beginning of this section (17.3.1 Art and Physical Education Area Requirements).
BIOL 400 or 489
MATH 100 and one of 101, 122
MATH 200 is prerequisite to some upper-level chemistry courses.
CHEM 300A cannot be accepted
Adolescent literature: May choose from EDCI 355 or 356 or another course approved by the language and literacy adviser
Students must demonstrate French language proficiency prior to admission to year five (the professional year). Students must complete FRAN 350 with a minimum grade of A- and obtain a score acceptable to the Faculty of Education on the Test de français international (TFI).
Restricted admission; see 17.2 Program Admission. The course work required for this teaching area is listed at the beginning of this section.
HSTR 130 or PHIL 220
PHYS 110 and 111 or (120 and 130)
PHYS 214, 215, 216 and 217
Acceptable Canadian History courses include HSTR 230A, 230B, 328. If an upper-level course is taken, the upper-level humanities and/or social science requirement will be reduced by 1.5 units.
SPAN 270 or 275
Refer to Prerequisites for information about prerequisites for upper-level Spanish courses.
EDCI 487 (drama institute)*
* The drama institute EDCI 487 is offered in summer session and may be taken more than once for credit in different topics. With the consent of the faculty drama adviser, students may take 1.5 units of EDCI 487 and 1.5 units of approved theatre.
An application is available online at <www.uvic.ca/education> normally by the end of October. The application must be completed and submitted to the Teacher Education Advising Office no later than January 2.
EDCI 780, 798
EDCI 780, 798