Years 1 and 2 (60 credit units)

Teacher candidates intending to become certified to teach youth in secondary schools must complete the following program requirements:

Education Learning Communities

Year 1

  • EDLC 101.0
  • EDLC 102.0

Year 2

  • EDLC 201.0
  • EDLC 202.0

Education Courses

  • ECUR 165.3
  • EFDT 101.3
  • EFDT 265.3 or ECUR 265.3
  • EPSE 202.3

External Course Requirements

Choose 6 credit units of junior-level English:

Please Note: not required if English Language Arts is a Teaching Area.

  • ENG — 100-Level

Choose 3 credit units of Indigenous Studies:

Please Note: not required if Indigenous Studies or Social Studies/Social Sciences are Teaching Areas.

  • INDG — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level, 400-Level
  • SOC 203.3
  • SOC 219.3
  • SOC 241.3

For Social Sciences/Social Studies and Indigenous Studies Teaching Areas only:

Choose 3 credit units of electives:

  • 100- to 400- level open electives
  • Must be completed by 3 or 6 credit unit courses

English Teaching Areas only:

Choose 6 credit units of electives:

  • 100- to 400- level open electives
  • Must be completed by 3 or 6 credit unit courses

Teaching Areas

Teacher candidates are required to complete a specific number of credit units in at least two teaching areas (disciplinary fields) that are tightly aligned with Saskatchewan pre-Kindergarten to Grade 12 curriculum areas.

Teaching areas must be chosen from a defined set of subjects and courses, approved by both the College of Education and the Saskatchewan Professional Teachers Regulatory Board (SPTRB).

All secondary option students must complete 24 credit units in Teaching Area 1 and 15 credit units in Teaching Area 2.

Secondary - Teaching Area 1

Students must complete 24 credit units of Teaching Area 1.

Note: Biology 30 or equivalent is a prerequisite for this Teaching Area.

Complete the following 6 credit units of junior level Biology courses:

  • BIOL 120.3
  • BIOL 121.3

Choose 9 credit units from the following 200-level Biology courses:

  • BIOL 222.3
  • BIOL 224.3
  • BIOL 226.3
  • BIOL 228.3

Choose 3 credit units from the following senior level Biology courses:

  • BIOL — 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level

Note: Students are encouraged to choose the course not taken toward the above requirement: one of BIOL 222.3, BIOL 224.3, BIOL 226.3 and BIOL 228.3.

Choose 6 credit units from the following senior level Biology courses:

  • BIOL — 300-Level or 400-Level

Note: Chemistry 30 and Mathematics B30 or Foundations of Mathematics 30 or Pre-Calculus 30 (or equivalents) are prerequisites for this Teaching Area.

Complete the following 6 credit units of junior level Chemistry courses:

  • CHEM 112.3
  • CHEM 115.3

Complete the following 6 credit units of 200-level Chemistry courses:

  • CHEM 231.3
  • CHEM 250.3

Choose 6 credit units from the following senior level Chemistry courses:

  • CHEM — 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level

Choose 6 credit units from the following senior level Chemistry courses:

  • CHEM — 300-Level or 400-Level

Please note that any 100-level course taken after the first 6 credit units will be counted as a senior course.

Choose 24 credit units from the following Drama courses:

  • DRAM — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level

Choose 6 credit units from the following junior level English courses:

  • ENG — 100-Level

Choose 18 credit units from the following senior level English courses:

  • ENG — 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • INDG 270.6

Teacher candidates may choose Indigenous Studies OR Social Sciences/Social Studies as a Teaching Area, but cannot choose both.

Choose 6 credit units from the following Indigenous Studies courses:

  • INDG — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level

Choose an additional 18 credit units from the following Indigenous Studies courses:

  • INDG — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • HIST 263.6 
  • HIST 264.3
  • HIST 265.3
  • KIN 306.3
  • POLS 222.3
  • POLS 322.3
  • POLS 323.3
  • SOC 203.3
  • SOC 219.3
  • SOC 319.3
  • SOC 341.3

Within the 18 credit units, students may choose up to 6 credit units of the following:

CREE 101.6
CREE 110.3

Within the 18 credit units, students may choose up to 3 credit units of the following:

ARTH 253.3
ARTH 255.3
ARTH 323.3
ARTH 358.3
ARTH 340.3
ARTH 345.3
ARTH 355.3
ARTH 418.3
ARTH 455.3

Note: Students must complete the following as prerequisites for this Teaching Area: Mathematics B30 and C30 and a 60% score in the Math Placement Test; or Pre-Calculus 30 and a 60% score in the Math Placement Test; or MATH 102 or MATH 104.

Of the following 24 credit units, at least 12 credit units must be Mathematics courses (MATH). A maximum of 12 credit units of Statistics courses (STAT) are allowed.

Complete the following 3 credit units of junior level Mathematics:

  • MATH 110.3

Choose 3 credit units from the following junior level Mathematics or Statistics courses:

  • MATH 116.3
  • STAT 103.3

Choose 12 credit units from the following senior level Mathematics or Statistics courses:

  • MATH — 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • STAT — 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • MATH 164.3

Choose 6 credit units from the following senior level Mathematics or Statistics courses:

  • MATH — 300-Level or 400-Level
  • STAT — 300-Level or 400-Level

Must choose 24 credit units of Cree or French.

Choose 6 credit units from the following junior level Cree or French courses:

  • CREE — 100-Level
  • FREN 122.3 and FREN 125.3 (or approved equivalents)
  • FREN 212.3 and FREN 218.3 (applies to Bilingual/Immersion students)

Choose 18 credit units from the following senior level Cree or French courses:

  • CREE — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • FREN — 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level

To become a secondary physical education teacher, contact the College of Kinesiology for details on the five-year combined B.Sc.(Kin.)/B.Ed. program. Graduates of the B.Sc. in Kinesiology can apply to the B.Ed. program using their best 24 credit units of 3 or 6 credit unit Kinesiology courses to comprise their first teaching area.

  • KIN — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level

Note: Students must complete the following as prerequisites for this Teaching Area: Physics 30 and Mathematics B30 and C30; or Foundations of Mathematics 30; or Pre-Calculus 30. Also, note acquiring a Teaching Area 1 or Teaching Area 2 in Physics requires a number of Mathematics courses as prerequisites. It is recommended that students pair teaching areas in Physics with Mathematics in order to acquire all of the required courses within the minimum 120 credit units required for the degree.

Choose 6 credit units from the following junior level Physics courses:

  • PHYS 115.3
  • PHYS 117.3 or PHYS 125.3

Choose 3 credit units from the following Physics courses:

  • PHYS — 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • EP 202.3
  • EP 228.3
  • EP 253.1
  • EP 317.3
  • EP 325.3
  • EP 353.2
  • EP 354.2
  • EP 370.3
  • EP 417.3
  • EP 421.3
  • EP 428.3

Choose 9 credit units from the following Physics or Astronomy courses:

  • ASTR — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • PHYS — 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • EP 202.3
  • EP 228.3
  • EP 253.1
  • EP 317.3
  • EP 325.3
  • EP 353.2
  • EP 354.2
  • EP 370.3
  • EP 417.3
  • EP 421.3
  • EP 428.3

Choose 6 credit units from the following senior level Physics or Astronomy courses:

  • ASTR — 300-Level or 400-Level
  • PHYS — 300-Level or 400-Level
  • EP 317.3
  • EP 325.3
  • EP 353.2
  • EP 354.2
  • EP 370.3
  • EP 417.3
  • EP 421.3
  • EP 428.3

Teacher candidates may choose Social Sciences/Social Studies OR Indigenous Studies as a Teaching Area, but cannot choose both. Any 100-level course taken after the first 6 credit units will be counted as a senior course.

Note: ECON 450.3, PSY 233.3, PSY 234.3, SOC 225.3 and SOC 325.3 cannot be used to fulfill this requirement.

Note: least 6 credit units of the total 24 credit units must include Canadian content:

  • HIST courses with Canadian content are:
    • HIST — 100-Level (only those sections containing Canadian content will be considered; consult an academic advisor)
    • HIST 253.3
    • HIST 255.3
    • HIST 256.3
    • HIST 257.3
    • HIST 258.3
    • HIST 259.3
    • HIST 260.3
    • HIST 263.6
    • HIST 265.3
    • HIST 266.3
    • HIST 310.3
    • HIST 350.3
    • HIST 353.3
    • HIST 363.3
    • HIST 364.3
    • HIST 365.3
    • HIST 410.3
    • HIST 466.3
  • ECON course with Canadian content is:
    • ECON 231.3
  • GEOG courses with Canadian content are:
    • GEOG 202.3
    • GEOG 204.3
    • GEOG 381.3
    • GEOG 386.3
    • PLAN 342.3
    • PLAN 343.3
    • PLAN 442.3
  • POLS courses with Canadian content are:
    • POLS 204.3
    • POLS 205.3
    • POLS 222.3
    • POLS 225.3
    • POLS 226.3
    • POLS 303.3
    • POLS 304.3
    • POLS 305.3
    • POLS 306.3
    • POLS 307.3
    • POLS 322.3
    • POLS 323.3
    • POLS 349.3
    • POLS 375.3
    • POLS 404.3
    • POLS 405.3
    • POLS 422.3
    • POLS 425.3
  • SOC courses with Canadian content are:
    • SOC 203.3
    • SOC 204.3
    • SOC 219.3
    • SOC 227.6
    • SOC 244.3
    • SOC 246.3
    • SOC 319.3
    • SOC 341.3
Note: all INDG courses are acceptable except INDG 221.3 and INDG 272.3

Choose 6 credit units from the following Indigenous Studies courses:

  • INDG — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • POLS 222.3
  • SOC 203.3
  • SOC 219.3
  • SOC 341.3

Choose 6 credit units from the following History courses:

  • HIST — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • INDG 212.3
  • INDG 262.3
  • INDG 280.6
  • INDG 281.3

Choose 12 credit units from the following Social Sciences/Social Studies courses:

  • ANTH — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • CMRS — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • CTST — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • ECON — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • HIST — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • INDG — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • IS — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • PHIL — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • POLS — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • PSY — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • RLST — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • SOC — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • WGST — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • CLAS 110.3
  • CLAS 111.3
  • CLAS 220.3
  • CLAS 225.3
  • CLAS 240.3
  • CLAS 242.3
  • CLAS 248.3
  • GEOG 130.3
  • GEOG 202.3
  • GEOG 204.3
  • GEOG 208.3
  • GEOG 240.3
  • GEOG 340.3
  • GEOG 364.3
  • GEOG 381.3
  • GEOG 385.3
  • GEOG 386.3
  • GEOG 491.3
  • PLAN 341.3
  • PLAN 342.3
  • PLAN 343.3
  • PLAN 346.3
  • PLAN 350.3
  • PLAN 392.3
  • PLAN 442.3
  • PLAN 446.3

Please note that any 100-level course taken after the first 6 credit units will be counted as a senior course.

Choose 6 credit units from the following Art History courses:

  • ARTH — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level

Choose 18 credit units from the following Art or Art History courses:

  • ART — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • ARTH — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level

Must include 2 different studio areas (painting, drawing, printmaking, extended media, sculpture, and/or photography) within ART:

Painting 
ART 111.6
ART 211.6
ART 311.6
ART 411.6
ART 421.6
ART 431.6 

Drawing 
ART 112.6
ART 212.6
ART 312.6
ART 412.6
ART 422.6

Printmaking 
ART 151.3
ART 152.3
ART 251.3
ART 313.6
ART 413.6
ART 423.6
ART 433.6

Extended Media
ART 136.3
ART 236.6
ART 237.3
ART 338.3
ART 339.3
ART 438.3
ART 439.3

Sculpture
ART 141.3
ART 241.3
ART 242.3
ART 341.3
ART 342.3
ART 441.3
ART 442.3

Photography
ART 161.3
ART 216.6
ART 235.3
ART 316.6
ART 416.6
ART 426.6
ART 436.6

Secondary - Teaching Area 2

Students must complete 15 credit units of Teaching Area 2.

Note: Biology 30 or equivalent is a prerequisite for this Teaching Area.

Complete the following 6 credit units of Biology courses:

  • BIOL 120.3
  • BIOL 121.3

Choose 6 credit units from the following 200-level Biology courses:

  • BIOL 222.3
  • BIOL 224.3
  • BIOL 226.3
  • BIOL 228.3

Choose 3 credit units from the following senior level Biology courses:

  • BIOL — 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level

Note: Chemistry 30 and Mathematics B30 or Foundations of Mathematics 30 or Pre-Calculus 30 (or equivalents) are prerequisites for this Teaching Area.

Complete the following 6 credit units of junior level Chemistry courses:

  • CHEM 112.3
  • CHEM 115.3

Complete the following 6 credit units of 200-level Chemistry courses:

  • CHEM 231.3
  • CHEM 250.3

Choose 3 credit units from the following senior level Chemistry courses:

  • CHEM — 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level

Please note that any 100-level course taken after the first 6 credit units will be counted as a senior course.

Choose 15 credit units from the following Drama courses:

  • DRAM — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level

Choose 6 credit units from the following junior level English courses:

  • ENG — 100-Level

Choose 9 credit units from the following senior level English courses:

  • ENG — 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • INDG 270.6

Teacher candidates may choose Indigenous Studies OR Social Sciences/Social Studies as a Teaching Area, but cannot choose both.

Choose 6 credit units from the following Indigenous Studies courses:

  • INDG — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level

Choose an additional 9 credit units from the following Indigenous Studies courses:

  • INDG — 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • HIST 263.6 
  • HIST 264.3
  • HIST 265.3
  • KIN 306.3
  • POLS 222.3
  • POLS 322.3
  • POLS 323.3
  • SOC 203.3
  • SOC 219.3
  • SOC 319.3
  • SOC 341.3

Within the 9 credit units, students may choose up to 6 credit units of the following:

CREE 101.6
CREE 110.3

Within the 9 credit units, students may choose up to 3 credit units of the following:

ARTH 253.3
ARTH 255.3
ARTH 323.3
ARTH 358.3
ARTH 340.3
ARTH 345.3
ARTH 355.3
ARTH 418.3
ARTH 455.3

Note: Students must complete the following as prerequisites for this Teaching Area: Mathematics B30 and C30 and a 60% score in the Math Placement Test; or Pre-Calculus 30 and a 60% score in the Math Placement Test; or MATH 102 or MATH 104.

Complete the following 3 credit unit junior level Mathematics course:

  • MATH 110.3

Choose 3 credit units from the following junior level Mathematics or Statistics courses:

  • MATH 116.3
  • STAT 103.3

Choose 6 credit units from the following senior level Mathematics or Statistics courses:

  • MATH — 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • STAT — 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • MATH 164.3

Choose 3 credit units from the following senior level Mathematics or Statistics courses:

  • MATH — 300-Level or 400-Level
  • STAT — 300-Level or 400-Level

Must choose 15 credit units of Cree or French.

Choose 6 credit units from the following junior level Cree or French courses:

  • CREE — 100-Level
  • FREN 122.3 and FREN 125.3 (or approved equivalents)
  • FREN 212.3 and FREN 218.3 (applies to Bilingual/Immersion students)

Choose 9 credit units from the following senior level Cree or French courses:

  • CREE — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • FREN — 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level

Note: Students must complete the following as prerequisites for this Teaching Area: Physics 30 and Mathematics B30 and C30; or Foundations of Mathematics 30; or Pre-Calculus 30. Also, note: acquiring a Teaching Area 1 or Teaching Area 2 in Physics requires a number of Mathematics courses as prerequisites. It is recommended that students pair teaching areas in Physics with Mathematics in order to acquire all of the required courses within the minimum 120 credit units required for the degree.

Choose 6 credit units from the following junior level Physics courses:

  • PHYS 115.3
  • PHYS 117.3 or PHYS 125.3

Choose 6 credit units from the following Physics or Astronomy courses:

  • PHYS — 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • ASTR — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • EP 202.3
  • EP 228.3
  • EP 253.1
  • EP 317.3
  • EP 325.3
  • EP 353.2
  • EP 354.2
  • EP 370.3
  • EP 417.3
  • EP 421.3
  • EP 428.3

Choose 3 credit units from the following senior level Physics or Astronomy courses:

  • ASTR — 300-Level or 400-Level
  • PHYS — 300-Level or 400-Level
  • EP 317.3
  • EP 325.3
  • EP 353.2
  • EP 354.2
  • EP 370.3
  • EP 417.3
  • EP 421.3
  • EP 428.3

Teacher candidates may choose Social Sciences/Social Studies OR Indigenous Studies as a Teaching Area, but cannot choose both. Any 100-level course taken after the first 6 credit units will be counted as a senior course.

Note: ECON 450.3, PSY 233.3, PSY 234.3, SOC 225.3 and SOC 325.3 cannot be used to fulfill
this requirement.

Note: least 6 credit units of the total 15 credit units must include Canadian content:

  • HIST courses with Canadian content are:
    • HIST — 100-Level (only those sections containing Canadian content will be considered; consult an academic advisor)
    • HIST 253.3
    • HIST 255.3
    • HIST 256.3
    • HIST 257.3
    • HIST 258.3
    • HIST 259.3
    • HIST 260.3
    • HIST 263.6
    • HIST 265.3
    • HIST 266.3
    • HIST 310.3
    • HIST 350.3
    • HIST 353.3
    • HIST 363.3
    • HIST 364.3
    • HIST 365.3
    • HIST 410.3
    • HIST 466.3
  • ECON course with Canadian content is:
    • ECON 231.3
  • GEOG courses with Canadian content are:
    • GEOG 202.3
    • GEOG 204.3
    • GEOG 381.3
    • GEOG 386.3
    • PLAN 342.3
    • PLAN 343.3
    • PLAN 442.3
  • POLS courses with Canadian content are:
    • POLS 204.3
    • POLS 205.3
    • POLS 222.3
    • POLS 225.3
    • POLS 226.3
    • POLS 303.3
    • POLS 304.3
    • POLS 305.3
    • POLS 306.3
    • POLS 307.3
    • POLS 322.3
    • POLS 323.3
    • POLS 349.3
    • POLS 375.3
    • POLS 404.3
    • POLS 405.3
    • POLS 422.3
    • POLS 425.3
  • SOC courses with Canadian content are:
    • SOC 203.3
    • SOC 204.3
    • SOC 219.3
    • SOC 227.6
    • SOC 244.3
    • SOC 246.3
    • SOC 319.3
    • SOC 341.3
Note: all INDG courses are acceptable except INDG 221.3 and INDG 272.3.

Choose 6 credit units from the following Indigenous Studies courses:

  • INDG — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • POLS 222.3
  • SOC 203.3
  • SOC 219.3
  • SOC 341.3

Choose 6 credit units from the following History courses:

  • HIST — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • INDG 212.3
  • INDG 262.3
  • INDG 280.6
  • INDG 281.3

Choose 3 credit units from the following Social Sciences/Social Studies courses:

  • ANTH — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • CMRS — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • CTST — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • ECON — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • HIST — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • INDG — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • IS — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • PHIL — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • POLS — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • PSY — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • RLST — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • SOC — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • WGST — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • CLAS 110.3
  • CLAS 111.3
  • CLAS 220.3
  • CLAS 225.3
  • CLAS 240.3
  • CLAS 242.3
  • CLAS 247.3
  • CLAS 248.3
  • GEOG 130.3
  • GEOG 202.3
  • GEOG 204.3
  • GEOG 208.3
  • GEOG 240.3
  • GEOG 340.3
  • GEOG 364.3
  • GEOG 381.3
  • GEOG 385.3
  • GEOG 386.3
  • GEOG 491.3
  • PLAN 341.3
  • PLAN 342.3
  • PLAN 343.3
  • PLAN 346.3
  • PLAN 350.3
  • PLAN 392.3
  • PLAN 442.3
  • PLAN 446.3

Please note that any 100-level course taken after the first 6 credit units will be counted as a senior course.

Choose 6 credit units from the following Art History courses:

  • ARTH — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level

Choose 9 credit units from the following Art or Art History courses:

  • ART — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level
  • ARTH — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level or 400-Level

Must include 2 different studio areas (painting, drawing, printmaking, extended media, sculpture, and/or photography) within ART:

Painting
ART 111.6
ART 211.6
ART 311.6
ART 411.6
ART 421.6
ART 431.6

Drawing
ART 112.6
ART 212.6
ART 312.6
ART 412.6
ART 422.6

Printmaking
ART 151.3
ART 152.3
ART 251.3
ART 313.6
ART 413.6
ART 423.6
ART 433.6

Extended Media 
ART 136.3
ART 236.6
ART 237.3
ART 338.3
ART 339.3
ART 438.3
ART 439.3

Sculpture
ART 141.3
ART 241.3
ART 242.3
ART 341.3
ART 342.3
ART 441.3
ART 442.3

Photography 
ART 161.3
ART 216.6
ART 235.3
ART 316.6
ART 416.6
ART 426.6
ART 436.6

Spring Term (after Year 2)

  • EDST 213.0

Year 3 (30 credit units)

Education Courses

  • ECUR 320.3
  • ECUR 325.3
  • EDST 321.3
  • EDST 322.3
  • EFDT 301.3
  • EFDT 315.3
  • EPSE 348.3
  • EPSE 390.3

Education Methods

Choose 6 credit units of Education methods courses (3 credit units of Teaching Area 1 methods and 3 credit units of Teaching Area 2 methods) from the following:

  • EART 331.3
  • ECUR 318.3
  • ECUR 326.3
  • ECUR 349.3
  • ECUR 357.3
  • ECUR 362.3
  • ECUR 379.3
  • ECUR 386.3

Year 4 (30 credit units)

Extended Practicum

  • EXPR 422.15 
    OR
  • EXPR 423.3 AND EXPR 425.12
    OR
  • EXPR 424.3 AND EXPR 425.12

Education Courses

  • EADM 303.3

Choose 3 credit units from the following:

  • EADM 411.3
  • ECUR 411.3
  • EFDT 411.3
  • EPSE 411.3

Education Electives

Choose 9 credit units of Education electives from the following:

  • EADM — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level, 400-Level
  • ECUR — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level, 400-Level
  • EFDT — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level, 400-Level
  • EPSE — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level, 400-Level
  • ETAD — 100-Level, 200-Level, 300-Level, 400-Level