Approved Breadth Courses

Early and Middle Years Program applicants can take the following courses to meet the breadth requirements for Social Studies and Science.


Social Studies Breadth Courses  |   Science Breadth Courses


Social Studies Breadth Courses

The following courses meet the Social Studies breadth requirement for admission to the Early Years or Middle Years After-Degree Bachelor of Education program. This breadth requirement can be fulfilled by any coursework offered by the departments of History or Geography.

In addition, the following courses (or their equivalent) offered by the departments of Canadian Studies, Classics, and Native Studies will fulfill this requirement:

CDN 1130  Introduction to Canadian Studies
CDN 3730  Canadian Identity: An Interdisciplinary Approach
CLAS 1270  Introduction to Ancient Greek Culture
CLAS 1280  Introduction to Ancient Roman Culture
CLAS 2140  Greek History: Pre-Classical Greece 1220479 BC
   Students may not hold credit for both CLAS 2140 and the former 003.260
CLAS 2150  Greek History: Classical Greece 479-323 BC
   Students may not hold credit for both CLAS 2150 and the former 003.260
CLAS 2160  Roman History: The Roman Republic, 753-30 BC
   Students may not hold credit for both CLAS 2160 and the former 003.261
CLAS 2170  Roman History: The Roman Empire, 30 BC-AD 337
   Students may not hold credit for both CLAS 2170 and the former 003.261
NATV 1200  (History) The Native Peoples of Canada
NATV 1220  (History) The Native Peoples of Canada, Part 1
NATV 1240  (History) The Native Peoples of Canada, Part 2


Science Breadth Courses

The following courses meet the Science breadth requirement for admission to the Early Years or Middle Years After-Degree Bachelor of Education program. This breadth requirement can be fulfilled by any coursework offered by the departments of Biology, Biochemistry and Medical Genetics, Botany, Chemistry, Ecology, Physics, Zoology, Environmental Science, and Geological Science.

In addition, the following courses offered by the departments of Plant, Animal, and Soil Science will fulfill this requirement:

ANSC 2510  Anatomy and Physiology 1: Control Systems
ANSC 2520  Anatomy and Physiology 2: Nutrient Utilization
ANSC 3500  Principles of Animal Genetics
ANSC 3520  Animal Reproduction
ANSC 4280  Applied Animal Genetics
PLNT 2520  Genetics
PLNT 3500  Plant Physiology
PLNT 4330  Intermediate Plant Genetics
PLNT 4550  Developmental Plant Biology
SOIL 3600  Soils and Landscapes in Our Environment
SOIL 4130  Soil Chemistry and Mineralogy

 
Anatomy, Chemistry, Physics and Genetics offered by the Faculties of Medicine and Dentistry are also acceptable courses.

 

 

Enrolment Inquiries

All applicants to the Bachelor of Education program must review the Applicant Documents listed on the Application to Education Enrolment Services web page for general admission and teachable subjects information.

For assistance contact:
Faculty of Education
Undergraduate, Student Services Office
(204) 474 - 9004

bachofed@umanitoba.ca

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