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Concurrent Teacher Education and BA Early Childhood Education (BECE) students need to meet the academic requirements of their programs. The requirements for these degrees are outlined in the Academic Calendar. Look under “Education-Concurrent” or “Educational Studies” (for BECE) for your specific program. Normally, students follow the undergraduate program of the year they began at Brock.
To help plan and track your progress throughout your program, every student is encouraged print out a Program Plan. These plans are basically a table outlining the courses you will take each year of the program. A program plan can be a helpful tool to guide your course selection and make it easier for you to understand your program requirements.
IMPORTANT: It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that program requirements are being met and to refer to the appropriate Undergraduate Calendar.
Please Note: The program plans do not include an exhaustive list of requirements therefore students are required to read their Undergraduate Calendar closely and consult with their Academic Adviser regularly.
***Currently only Program Plans for students who started the Concurrent Teacher Education or BECE program in September 2019 are available on this site. For upper year students, please book an appointment with an Academic Adviser to review your program plan. Please watch the following video to learn how to use your Program Plan.
Program Plans have been sorted into four groups based on certification level or program. If you are unsure which specific program you are in please check your “Program Status” screen within the Brock Student Portal.
BA EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (BECE) PROGRAM
ALL CONCURRENT TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMS
Everything you need to know about registering for next term is found on the Office of the Registrar website – Brock Central Tool Kit. Select the Registration guide for your program. BECE students in year 3 select the returning students guide.
Admissions to second year are currently closed. The documents will be posted here April 1, 2020.
Brock students may apply for second year entry into Concurrent Teacher Education. To be considered for admission, students must have an overall Brock average of at least 70%, as well as have satisfied required prerequisites. Ideally, students will have replicated the first-year requirements of the program that they are requesting. Second year admission application forms are available April 1 to June 1. The completed documents must be filed in the Faculty of Education Academic Advising Office no later than June 1. Late applications will not be considered. Students should note that Concurrent Teacher Education Programs are limited enrolment programs and therefore, admission is not guaranteed by attainment of the minimum requirements.
You must officially “drop” or “withdraw” from courses and programs (not just stop attending!). The Student Accounts and Financial Aid (SAFA) website provides information and forms including key dates and refund information. NOTE: on the SAFA website:
- Concurrent Education years 1-4, BECE and Adult Ed students select the “undergraduate” accordion tab.
- Consecutive Education and Concurrent Education year 5 students select the “teacher education” accordion tab.