Faculty of Education
Your learning is our passion. We mentor educators to thrive as caring and engaged innovators in diverse communities.
Through its undergraduate and graduate programs and community-engaged scholarship, the Faculty of Education strives to provide an inclusive, student-centered learning environment that empowers exceptional teachers, researchers, and community leaders. Our focus is on personal, innovative, and authentic education in partnership with the communities we serve.
Learn more about our undergraduate degree offerings, including 5-Year Integrated, After Degree, concurrent Bachelor of Music, and Program for the Education of Native Teachers.
Learn about our graduate level programs designed for teachers interested in the continuing process of professional learning.
The Centre for Aboriginal and Rural Education Studies (CARES) is a hub for research focused on a range of social and educational issues of importance to Indigenous and rural communities.
The BU Faculty of Education offers professional development workshops to help education professionals improve their skills and positively impact the the students they serve.
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