Elementary Focus

Applications for the On-Campus Bachelor of Education program for September, 2020 are no longer being accepted for the time being. We will re-evaluate this decision and could reinstate admissions at a later date. Please contact us for further information.

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR THE OFF-CAMPUS BACHELOR OF EDUCATION PROGRAM OFFERED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH CBVRCE.  ALL APPLICATIONS ARE TO BE SUBMITTED BY EMAIL; PLEASE INDICATE IN THE SUBJECT LINE THAT THE APPLICATION IS FOR THE StFX/CBVRCE OFF CAMPUS B.ED. PROGRAM.

 

The Faculty of Education is committed to our programming during these uncertain times. In order to limit the spread of COVID-19, please be advised that we are working off site.

For the latest information on StFX’s response to COVID-19, please visit www.stfx.ca/coronavirus.

 

Elementary education students must prepare to teach a wide range of subject fields due to the nature of the public elementary schools of Nova Scotia.

Elementary Education Stream (P-6) Requirements

Social Studies 9 university credit hours from any or a combination of: Geography, Political Science, Classics, Anthropology, Mi'kmaq Studies, Acadian Studies, History, Law, African Canadian Studies, Sociology, Philosophy, Economics.

Science 6 university credit hours of any or a combination of: Environmental Science, Biology, Chemistry, Geology/Earth Science, Oceanography, Physics, Interdisciplinary Studies in Science.

Math 6 university credit hours of mathematics. Three of the six must include investigation of fundamental concepts and ideas.

English/French 6 university credit hours in the subject English if your first degree was delivered in English, 6 university credit hours in the subject French if your first degree was delivered in French.

Developmental Psychology You must have a course in Developmental Psychology (3 or 6 credit).

Contact the Bachelor of Education Program Manager