BUSHF-DP Business/Technology Teacher Education

Program Outline

In addition to the Red River College courses listed in Courses and Descriptions, you must complete the following:

Year 1   (credit hours) 
U of W   Arts or Science course work (12)
U of W   Academic Writing  (3)

Year 2
U of W   Arts or Science course work (12)
U of W   Learning Theory (3)

Year 3
U of W   Arts or Science course work (12)
U of W   Middle Years Education (3)
U of W   Educational Foundations (3)

Year 4
U of W   Arts or Science course work (12)
U of W   Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment– Reading Senior Years (3)

Year 5
U of W   Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment – Teachable Minor (6)
U of W   Diversity (3)
U of W   School System (3)
U of W   Issues in Urban/Inner City Education (3)
U of W   Professional/Support Elective (3)
U of W   School Experience Practicum – Teachable Minor (3)

Application for Continuance Form
This form must be completed by students who are enrolled in this program, currently attending classes at the University of Winnipeg only and will be returning to take classes at Red River College. Download the form at http://me.rrc.mb.ca/Catalogue/files/File/admissions/ContinuanceFormTeacherEd.pdf 

Second Teachable and B.A. or B.Sc. Requirements
The technical course work in Business in Years 1 to 3 at the College (word processing, accounting, information systems, office systems, law, management and marketing) is counted towards a B.A. or B.Sc. degree at the University of Winnipeg.

In order to complete the degree and second teachable (other major teachable area) requirements, the major for the B.A. or B.Sc. degree must be from one of the following teachable subject areas: 

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • English
  • French
  • Geograph
  • German
  • History
  • Mathematics
  • Kinesiology and Applied Health
  • Physics
  • Theatre and Drama
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