Programs/How To Apply
Decisions for the 2014-15 intake have now been finalized. All applicants have been notified.
Applications for the 2015-16 intake will be accepted beginning in December 2014.
Bachelor of Education A.D.
(2 Year After-Degree Program)
Students applying to the Bachelor of Education After-Degree Program must have successfully completed an undergraduate degree. The Bachelor of Education (AD) two year program leading to teacher certification is offered in: Early Years (K – Grade 4), Middle Years (Grades 5-8) or Senior Years (Grades 9-12).
NOTE: If you have completed your undergraduate degree from an institution other than Brandon University, you must first apply to be admitted to Brandon University by following this link to apply to Brandon University. Once you have completed the application form (submitted with the fee, your transcript and all required documents) and it has been processed through the Admissions Office, you will be granted a BU student number, which is required to complete the B.Ed. AD online application below.
The deadline for applications is February 15 each year.
- To help guide you as you apply to the B.Ed. A.D. program, please refer to this Information Package
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education 5-Year Integrated Program
The Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (5-Year Integrated) program is intended to serve students entering university who have a clear professional goal in mind of becoming an Early Years or Middle Years teacher. The Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (5-Year Integrated) Degree consists of 150 credit hours of coursework; 90 credit hours in the Faculty of Arts (Liberal Arts Distributed Major) and 60 credit hours in the Faculty of Education (Bachelor of Education) program. Students must register in 30 credit hours each year of this 5-year program.
Students applying to the Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (5-Year Integrated) program must first meet the admission requirements of the Faculty of Arts. After completing the first year of the Arts program, a student’s GPA will be reviewed by the Faculty of Education to ensure it meets the minimum requirement to continue into the Education program. A minimum 2.5 GPA is required in each year of the program. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 204-727-9626.
Here are some of our B.A./B.Ed Integrated Program students at Orientation in September 2013, along with Dr. Heather Duncan, Dean of Education, Dr. Glenn Cockerline, professor and Leanne Barcellona, Office Assistant.