The Bachelor of Education degree is offered as a post-graduate degree program. Students must first complete, or be in the process of completing their undergraduate degree before applying to the education program. Students can choose the Primary/Junior (K-6) division or Junior/Intermediate (4-10) division.

Redeemer’s accredited, two-year bachelor of education program grows out of a Christian perspective and provides significant opportunities for learning and practicing classroom skills. If you are called to teach and are convinced that you belong in the classroom, Redeemer provides a rigorous teacher education that will prepare you to become an Ontario Certified Teacher (OCT). Redeemer’s Bachelor of Education offers graduates the opportunity to teach in a wide variety of schools, including Public, Catholic, and independent Christian schools. The Bachelor of Education degree program has different deadlines and program requirements than Redeemer’s undergraduate programs. This information is clearly outlined on the Bachelor of Education process & requirements page

Begin to explore what your two years in this program might look like.


Featured Courses

  • History and Philosophy of Education (EDU-306)
  • Multicultural Education in Global Context (PJI) (EDU-323)
  • Digital Technology for Learning (PJI) (EDU-331)
  • Project Based Learning (EDU-404)

Experiential Learning Opportunities

Participate in 110 days of practical experience in a classroom, working alongside an experienced teacher.

Experiential Learning Opportunities

Practicum is an important interaction between theory and practice, and is a continued conversation among experienced professionals, education students, and faculty.

Experiential Learning Opportunities

Practicum is is planned and scheduled to provide you with a gradual introduction to the teaching profession, moving you from being an education student to becoming a teacher candidate.

Experiential Learning Opportunities

Dependant on different courses and interests, there are opportunities to teach home school groups, help children who are struggling with reading, tutoring placements, etc.

Meet the Faculty

Dr. Phil Teeuwsen Associate Professor of Education, (OCT)

Student Story

Erin Taylor
Education student ‘13


Erin Taylor
Education student ‘13

" Being a student in Redeemer’s Concurrent Education Program was a wonderful experience. I learned how to be a competent and compassionate teacher from professors who encouraged and expected growth in my skills. Being a part of Redeemer’s Education Program was engaging, intellectually stimulating, and spiritually challenging. Going into my practicums, I felt well prepared and highly supported during in-class sessions. When I graduated from the program, I was ready and excited to have my own classroom. Erin is a Grade 2 teacher on a First Nations reserve in Northern Ontario. "


  • Educational Administration
  • Educational Psychology
  • Elementary School Teacher
  • Post-secondary Education
  • School Board Leadership & Administration
  • Secondary School Teacher

Graduate Programs

  • MEd

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