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Consecutive Bachelor of Education

Application Deadline: December 1, 2023

Bachelor of Education, Technological Education (BEd) Information Session

Interested in the Faculty of Education, Technological Education BEd?

We will be hosting two information sessions via Zoom online conferencing.  Please visit

To register for the information session and learn more about the program and application requirements. 

Bachelor of Education, Consecutive (BEd) Information Session

Interested in the Faculty of Education, Bachelor of Education, Consecutive teaching certification program? 

Please listen in to the recorded Faculty of Education, Consecutive BEd  Information Session 

  • Bachelor of Education (BEd) program models
  • Admission requirements for each teaching certification
  • Deadlines:  application and supporting documentation
  • Practicum experiences
  • Professional Development opportunities

Faculty of Education, Office of Student Services


The full-time Bachelor of Education (BEd) consecutive program model features:

Applicants must hold an approved degree from an accredited degree granting institution and must present a minimum overall grade point average of B (on a 14-point scale or equivalent 73 percent) based on the final 60 credits or equivalent (10 full courses, or final two years of full-time study) in an undergraduate degree program.  The program is delivered over two years.


Students in the Consecutive Bachelor of Education (BEd) model may apply to participate on the Keele campus, Catholic Education Centre (CEC) or at the Urban Indigenous Education Centre (Waaban). Graduates of the Glendon program in French Studies may be able to apply for limited spaces with the cohort on the Glendon campus.

Please be advised that programs in the Faculty of Education are intended to be delivered on campus or in official offsite locations in Toronto; community placements can only be completed in partner organizations and school placements can only be completed at partners school boards, which are located in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).

Teaching Certification Levels

Students are required to choose from one of three teaching levels:

Y10 Primary-Junior - Applicants do not choose teaching subjects at this level as teachers usually teach all subjects to children.

Y20 Junior-Intermediate - Applicants must choose one teaching subject for the Junior/Intermediate teaching level, and you must have completed at least 4 full‑year undergraduate courses (or equivalent) in the teaching subject selected. We will consider you for admission only if you have successfully completed a minimum of 2 full‑year university courses (or equivalent) with at least a B average for the selected teaching subjects by the December 1, 2023, deadline. If more than the required number of courses have been completed, we will calculate the average using the highest grades.

Y30 Intermediate-Senior - Students are able to complete qualifications in one of the most extensive ranges of teaching subjects in the province. Applicants must choose two teaching subjects and must have completed, or be completing, an Honours program with at least 6 full‑year university courses (or equivalent) in the first teaching subject and 3 full‑year university courses (or equivalent) in the second teaching subject.   We will consider you for admission only if you have successfully completed a minimum of 3 full-year university courses (or equivalent) for the first teaching subject and 1 full-year university course (or equivalent) for the second teaching subject with at least a B average by the December 1, 2023 deadline.  If you present more than the required number of courses, we will calculate the average using the highest grades.   

Please refer to the Faculty of Education Academic Calendars for more details on the three certification levels.

Access Initiative

Valuing Your Experience

The Faculty of Education Access Initiative seeks to ensure equitable and inclusive recruitment, admissions, and learning experiences for teacher candidates in the Bachelor of Education program. We are committed to ongoing community consultation, professional learning, and program review to ensure that all applicants have their diverse knowledge and experiences honoured through our application process and that our teacher candidates are supported in their continued journey with the faculty. The Faculty of Education admission policies are designed to assess the potential of all candidates, including those who have faced systemic barriers in their educational pathways, and to recruit individuals who are committed to our core principles of equity, diversity, community, collaboration, and social justice.


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