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Education-Related Courses

Teacher candidates in the Faculty may take three credits (one half-course) outside the Faculty of Education for credit towards the BEd degree. Note that the required education program normally involves 30 credits with an elective slot available only for those who take an alternate to ED/CMYR 2500 3.0.

A course counts as an education-related course if the course contributes to and expands understanding of diversity and difference in the candidate's own education. It might address questions of race, class, gender, ethnicity, sexuality and other questions of difference; it might address specific histories, issues and topics of a specific group of people; it might focus on a contemporary social question; it might address questions of culture and cultural expressions such as the visual arts, music, literature; or it might address questions of equity and social change; or raise contemporary theoretical issues in society. Candidates must complete an application form requesting approval of a course as education related in the Office of Student Programs, S835 Ross Building.

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