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Degré de Généraliste

Baccalauréat en Éducation élémentaire

Faculté Saint-Jean

Why study Degré de Généraliste?

Concentration majeure: Degré de généraliste

Why get a Baccalauréat en Éducation élémentaire degree?

Pourquoi obtenir le baccalauréat en éducation élémentaire au Campus Saint-Jean?

Le Campus Saint-Jean, seule institution post-secondaire francophone de l’Ouest Canadien, offre à ses étudiants le cadre idéal pour l’apprentissage et l’implication communautaire grâce à ses petites classes, ses bourses récompensant l’excellence académique, et ses opportunités en recherche.

Le programme généraliste d’éducation élémentaire permet d’enseigner différentes matières de la maternelle à la 6e année (5 ans à 12 ans). Il permet également d’enseigner à des classes francophones ou en immersion ainsi que d’avoir accès à plusieurs domaines, dont le français, l’histoire et les mathématiques.

Enfin, le programme B.Ed. élémentaire offre un choix de 5 mineures. Les étudiants doivent choisir une des mineures parmi les domaines suivants : Beaux-arts, Éducation musicale, Éducation physique, Humanités et Inclusion scolaire.

Voir aussi le baccalauréat en éducation élémentaire (après-diplôme).

Possible Careers

  • Administrateur en éducation.
  • Conseiller d’orientation.
  • Consultant en éducation.
  • Enseignant au préscolaire ou à l’élémentaire, d’anglais (langue seconde), d’arts ou d’éducation physique.
  • Teacher
  • Éducateur spécialisé.

"I’ve wanted to become a teacher for as long as I can remember. There is something about helping other people understand, and watching the light bulb go off in their heads, that has always kept me on this path. – Ali is a Secondary Education student from Calgary. She’ll be entering her second year, at Campus Saint-Jean, in the fall.

Admissions Requirements for 2019 - 2020

This information is for students applying directly from high school. Transfer students: see the Calendar

View requirements and cost for:

Required Courses

  • One of the following courses
    • Francais 30-1
    • Francais 30-2
    • French 30 (New)
    • French 30-9Y
    • French 31
    • French Language Arts 30-1
    • French Language Arts 30-2
  • One of the following subjects (click to see courses)
    • English
    • Humanities
    • Languages other than English
  • One of the following subjects (click to see courses)
    • English
    • Fine Arts
    • Humanities
    • Languages other than English
    • Math/Sciences
  • Two of the following subjects (click to see courses)
    • English
    • Humanities
    • Languages other than English
    • Math/Sciences

Admission Average

Admission is competitive and subject to availability of space.

Canadian students, see Competitive Averages by faculty.
International students, see Competitive Averages and Conversions.

* Only one of Mathematics 30-1 or Mathematics 30-2 can be used for admission.

 
 
  • French Language Proficiency (FLP)  

    French is the language of instruction for all programs at the Faculté Saint-Jean. Therefore, all applicants must possess an adequate knowledge of written and spoken French. For more information on the French Language Proficiency policy, refer to the U of A Calendar.

  • Aboriginal Applicants  

    At the U of A, we are committed to encouraging Aboriginal Students in their work towards a degree. Aboriginal students have been under-represented in higher education in Canada, thus our policy is aimed at increasing opportunity, with the goal of our Aboriginal student population being representative of the public we serve. For more information on Admission of Aboriginal Students refer to the U of A Calendar.

Deadline

Fall application: March 1, 2019

Extension: March 4, 2019

March 1st is the deadline to apply for most direct entry programs, but be sure to double-check! For a complete listing of application and document deadlines refer to the University Calendar.

Notes

  • The language other than French that you present for admission must be your school's language of instruction. If you are attending a school where the the language of instruction is English, you must present English Language Arts 30-1. If, for example, you are attending a school where the language of instruction is Spanish, you must present a grade 12 Spanish language course.
  • Two courses from the same second language cannot be used for meeting more than one admission subject requirement

For additional information and the most up-to-date admission requirements, please see admission requirements by faculty in the University Calendar.

 

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