Bachelor of Education Programs

*Application Deadline: February 1

With greater program flexibility and more practicum options, the Faculty of Education offers you opportunities unique to the University of Manitoba.

Our new program offers:

  • Increased emphasis on teaching to diversity
  • Courses better informed by Aboriginal perspectives
  • More integration of classroom technology
  • Broader preparation for the K-12 experience
  • More variety in practicum experiences

For a complete list of courses click here.


The Faculty of Education, Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) offers an Integrated Music and an After-Degree Program

(Note: the Integrated program is currently suspended)

After-Degree programs allow you to immerse yourself in the teachable subject areas that you desire to teach before you learn how to teach. This dedicated learning will make you a better-informed teacher in the classroom.

Focus on learning to teach specific age groups
The B.Ed. program offers stream options that allow you to choose the age group you want to learn to teach. We highly recommend that applicants gain some experience working with the age groups they think they want to teach before applying to a specific stream. For more information on each of the stream areas, select the links listed below.


It takes two years of full-time study to complete a Bachelor of Education (
part-time options are available, however, students have up-to six years to complete the degree part-time)

The Practicum (school experience)
While in the Faculty of Education, you will have the opportunity to apply your skills during your practicum in inner-city, suburban, rural, and/or international classroom settings with support from faculty advisors, professors, and your peers. These learning opportunities will provide you with the important experiences you need to begin a career as a confident and competent teacher.


Stream Options

Find more information on the B.Ed. Program in the Undergraduate Academic Calendar & Catalog

Early Years (Kindergarten – Grade 4)
 

Early Years teachers are generalists and teach most of the subject areas. They also draw on the experiences of children to develop exciting learning opportunities.

Unique to the Early Years program is the considerable amount of time that students spend in the early years classroom outside of the practicum experience. This supportive delivery model accelerates student learning and better prepares students for a career as an Early Years teacher.

Middle Years (Grade 5 – 8)
 

Middle Years teachers are generalists and teach many of the subject areas, while helping students develop their individual strengths, as well as their roles and responsibilities within the school and community.

Middle Years teachers examine the physical, social, emotional and intellectual development of adolescents.

 

Senior Years (Grade 9 – 12)

Senior Year teachers help their students establish their learning goals and vision for the future, while sharing the passion of their subject areas. Senior Years teachers play a major role in preparing their students for vocational training or post-secondary education opportunities.

Integrated Bachelor of Music / Bachelor of Education Program (currently suspended)


This program enables students with a music background to combine their love of music with studies in Education to become music educators in a minimum of five years.

Students interested in this program must first apply to the Faculty of Music before applying to the Faculty of Education.

For more information visit the Undergraduate Academic Calendar & Catalog: Bachelor of Music / Bachelor of Education Integrated Program description or contact the Faculty of Music.

Or call (204) 474-9004

or Toll-Free in Manitoba: 1-800-432-1960.

 

 

Employment after the B.Ed. program

A Bachelor of Education makes it possible for you to teach in any K-12 grade classroom in Manitoba and in classrooms around the world. However, by studying to become a teacher you will gain a foundation from which you can build a meaningful and worthwhile career in the field of education that can go beyond the classroom experience, and into non-teaching positions.

Discover and develop transferable skills by training to become a teacher.

 

Careers available in Education include:

K - 12 Classroom Teachers
Adult Educators
Correctional Teachers
Business Education Teachers
Educational Assistants
Language Teachers
English as an Additional Language Teachers
Tutors
Learning Specialists
Clinical Instructors
Student Support Teachers
Trades Educators
Educational Administrators
Outreach Teachers / Youth Workers
Curriculum Designers
Education Consultants
Education Researches

 

Please note, additional training may be necessary for some of these positions