Teacher Education Stream (B.A. or B.Sc.)
Go further with guaranteed entry into Trent’s competitive two-year Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) program upon successful completion of all requirements with a minimum average of 85%.
Trent’s Teacher Education Stream (T.E.S.) provides the ideal path to a career in education. In this unique program you have the opportunity to design your own B.A. or B.Sc. degree. Create a customized learning experience by choosing a major in one of Trent’s academic disiciplines across the arts or sciences, as well as choosing areas of focus specificially within education. You’ll learn and receive guidance from your professors, who are active researchers and practitioners. Career experience is a fundamental aspect of this stream, with T.E.S. students completing education-related placements in every year of their degree. Successfully complete the T.E.S. with a minimum average of 85% and you are guaranteed admission to Trent’s competitive two-year Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) program, where you will gain your certification to teach in Ontario.
Pursue education-related placements in every year of the program working a minimum of 18 hours each semester with schools, daycares, zoos, museums, or libraries
Explore undergraduate research opportunities, such as completing an honours thesis or a research project with a community organization.
Build confidence presenting to an audience through opportunities to showcase your work at events like The Three-Minute Paper Competition, and take part in conferences and events hosted by our undergraduate education student group, EDUCAT
Travel the world and explore different cultures and learning environments through Trent’s Study Abroad programs
Child Care Worker
Outdoor Educator, Employee Trainer
Early Childhood Educator
- Understanding Teaching and Learning
- Concepts and Dispositions in Teaching and Learning
- Learning and Literacy
- Topics in Mathematics Education
- A STEAM Driven Classroom
- Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD)
- A minimum of six Grade 12 4U or 4M courses, including program specific prerequisites
- ENG 4U with a minimum of 60%
- 75% overall average
- A 4U Math for B.Sc. recommended