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BSc, BEd (Geography Major) P/J

Four Year program
A cumulative average of 65% in all courses is required. See Department of Undergraduate Studies in Education, Academic Regulation #2, regarding the average in the major.

First Year:
(a) Geography 1140
(b) A minimum of one FCE in English, with at least one of the literature courses (English 1111 or 1112). For English Majors both English 1111 and English 1112 are required.
(c) Two FCEs in Science (Geography excluded)
(d) One FCE in Science, Geography excluded (General Science 1000 recommended) (see Concurrent Bachelor of Education, Concurrent Content Regulations #1 regarding eligible Science courses)

Second Year:
(a) Two FCEs from Geography 2211, 2331, 2351, 2511, 2811
(b) Two FCEs in Science
(c) Education 1499 and 2399 (0.5 FCEs x 2 = 1 FCE)

Third Year:
(a) One FCE from: Geography 3611, 3631, 3651, 3671, 3691, 3693
(b) One FCE in Geography at the third year level
(c) One half-course in Music or Visual Arts
(d) One FCE in Science
(e) One half-course elective
(f) Education 2010 (0.5 FCE)
(g) Two Education electives (see Electives in the Department of Undergraduate Studies in Education Courses* (.25 FCE x 2 = 0.5 FCE)
*Education 3239 may be taken for credit more than once if the topics are different.
Note: Concurrent Education students should check the timetable for non-Professional Year course offerings.

Fourth Year (Professional Year):
(a) Core:
(i) Education 4417, 4418 and 4490 (.25 FCE x 2 + 0.5 FCE x 1 = 1 FCE)
(ii) Education 4412, 4413, 4416 (.25 FCE x 3 = .75 FCE)
(b) Curriculum and Instruction in Primary-Junior Education:
(i) Education 4012 and 4050 (0.5 FCE x 2 = 1 FCE) and Education 0450 (mandatory non-credit course)
(ii) Education 3013 (.25 FCE)
(iii) Education 4013, 4014, 4015, 4016, 4017, 4018, 4019 (.25 FCE x 7 - 1.75 FCEs)
(iv) One Education .25 FCE elective (see Electives in the Department of Undergraduate Studies in Education Courses list)*
(c) Student Teaching:
(i) Education 4499 (0.5 FCE)
*Education 3239 and 3259 may be taken for credit more than once if the topics are different