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.
This program is designed for those who have already completed an undergraduate degree whether from Redeemer or another institution. Students applying for the consecutive education program must apply through our website.
Applicants must hold an acceptable university degree. If you are applying to the junior/intermediate division, you should have a minimum of 6 courses/18 credits in a teaching subject listed below. Normally, a major or minor in that subject will meet this requirement. You should have a grade point average of 7.00 (B- or 70%) in the last two years of your university program, satisfy the English Language requirement, and give evidence of having experience with elementary-level students in a structured setting.
Preference will be given to applicants who have taken courses in one or more of the following areas: psychology, mathematics, Canadian indigenous studies (First Nations, Métis , Inuit), diversity in Canadian society, and research methods.
Applicants will be interviewed by education faculty concerning their interest and qualifications for a career in teaching. Meeting minimum requirements does not guarantee admission to the program.
" 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. "
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