University Transfer

Bachelor of Education - Courses

CAMPUS:Lloydminster Campus
ACCREDITATION:Credits Towards a Degree
Because there are so many possible course combinations based on what university you plan to attend, whether you plan on an elementary or secondary route, and what your major and minor will be - individual courses and course descriptions aren't listed on this page.
 
Instead, check charts that show required courses and electives for particular routes. As these requirements are subject to change, please consult with the UT enrolment specialist and or academic advisor about your choices.
 
If you want to see course descriptions, please go to our master course listing pages.
 
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University of Saskatchewan - Elementary/Middle School core requirements
We recommend you only take one year of courses (30 credits) at Lakeland and then transfer to the U of S.
 
Instead of a major and a minor, the U of S has you pick 2 teaching areas. 

 Core Requirement

Credits

Needed 

Lakeland College Course 

English 6 ENGL 112
Fine Arts 3
One drama or music course - DRAM 149, DRAM 247, MUS 100 or MUS 101
Math or Stats 3 MATH 160 is recommended. Other options are MATH 113 and STAT 151 (statistics
Science 3 One biology, chemistry, earth science, nutrition or physics course - BIOL 107 or 108, CHEM 101, EAS 100, NUTR 110, PHYS 124
Kinesiology/Physical Education 3 PEDS 293
Indigenous Studies  3 Native studies NS 110 OR NS 111
Social Studies/Social Sciences One economics, history, native studies or sociology course - EC 111 or EC 211, HIST 111, HIST 112, HIST 260 or HIST 261, NS 110 or NS 111, or OC 100
Teaching Area 1 ​3 Choices are arts education, English language arts, indigenous studies, mathematics, modern languages, physical education, science, social sciences/social studies. 
 
Teaching Area 2 ​3
   30  
University of Saskatchewan - Secondary Route
We recommend you take your first year of university transfer at Lakeland and then transfer to the University of Saskatchewan.
 
While you may transfer up to 60 credits, the U of S has specific education courses that are only available there. 
 
You would take core courses plus credits in your selected teaching areas.
 
You have the most options at Lakeland if you choose:
  • Social sciences/social studies as your teaching area 1 and either English or science as your teaching area 2
  • English as your teaching area 1 and social sciences/social studies as your teaching area 2
Notes:
  • If you choose social studies, you'll need 6 credits in Canadian content, either native studies or Canadian history.
  • If you choose science and will be taking biology, chemistry or physics, you'll need the grade 12 pre-requisites.
The UT academic advisor can help you plan the best courses for your goal. Usually this includes taking ENGL 112, a 6 credit full term course, and a native studies course.
 
You can take up to 24 credits (8 courses) in your teaching area 1 and 15 credits (5 courses) in your teaching area 2. 
 

Teaching Area 1

Teaching Area 2 

 24 credits - 8 courses  15 credits (5 courses)
Social Sciences/Social Studies English  English  Social Sciences/Social Studies Biology  Chemistry 
6 credits Indigenous studies
2 of NS 110, NS 111, SOC 282
ENGL 112
(6 credits)
ENGL 112
(6 credits)
6 credits Indigenous studies
2 of NS 110, NS 111, SOC 282
 BIOL 107 CHEM 101 
6 credits history - 2 of HIST 111,
HIST 112, HIST 260, HIST 261
   
6 credits history - 2 of HIST 111,
HIST 112, HIST 260, HIST 261
 BIOL 108  CHEM 102
12 credits of social studies 
4 of from this list or the courses above
EC 111.EC 211, PSYCO 104, 
   
3 credits of social studies 
1 of from this list or the courses above
EC 111.EC 211, PSYCO 104, 
   
University of Alberta - Elementary Education - Required Courses

Year 1 & 2 Required Education Courses

Credits Required 

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Year 1 & 2  Required Education Courses - 9 credits
 EDU 100 (formerly EDFX 100) 3  Year 1
 EDU 200 (formerly EDIT 202) 3  Year 1 or 2
 EDU 211 (not offered at Lakeland) 3  Year 3 at U of A
Year 1 & 2 non-education requirements - 51 credits
42 credits must be completed before starting Year 3 at U of A
 Language/Literature
 ENGL 112 This is a full year course 6  Year 1
 Senior-level English - one of ENGL 373/374/388/389 3  Year  2
 Mathematics
 MATH 160 recommended 3  Year 1 or 2
 One of MATH 113/115 or STAT 151 3
 Social Sciences
 Canadian History either HIST 260 or 261 3  Year 1 or 2
One of:
EC 111 or 211, HIST 260 or 261, NS 110 or 111, SOC 102 (if you take this don't enrol in SOC 203 at U of A)
3
 Natural Sciences
Two of: BIOL 107, 108, 207 or 208; CHEM 101, 102, 161 or 263; EAS 100 or 105; PHYS 124 or 126; NUTR 110 6  Year 1 or 2
 Fine Arts
 Two of DRAM 101, 149 or 247; MUS 100 or 101 6 Year 1 or 2
 Physical and Health Education
 PEDS 293 recommended 3 Year 1
 One of HEED 110 or SOC 271 3 Year 1 or 2
Aboriginal and Indigenous Histories and Culture
One of NS 110 or 111, SOC 100 3 Year 1 or 2
Non-education Options - Electives
PSYCO 104 suggested 3 Year 1 or 2
PSYCO 150 suggested 3
Any year 1 or 2 elective 3
Year 3 elective in lieu of EDU 211 3 Year 2
 Maximum UT credits 60  
University of Alberta - Secondary Education - English Major
Speak with the academic advisor if you want to spend 2 years at Lakeland College and major in English.

Major - English Language Arts

36 total credits required
Each course is 3 credits
Options in lieu of English
6 credits


Take at Lakeland
Education courses
9 credits
 EDU 100
ENGL 112 (6 credits)
 EDU 210
Senior English - choose 6 credits from
 EDPY 304
ENGL 373, 374, 388 or 389
Open options
6 credits
EDU option
+ 1
Candian Literature - 3 credits
ENGL 373 or 374
   
6 other credits at Lakeland from: 
Minor -18 credits
DRAM 149 or 237
   
1 of ENGL 373, 374, 388 or 389
 
Other English courses at U of A
 
6 credits in Composition    
3 credits in Film & Media
   
Note: Maximum of 6 credits in
junior/100 level English
Maximum of 12 credits in
junior/100 level in major
   
University of Alberta - Secondary Education - Social Studies Major

Major - Social Studies

36 total credits required
Each course is 3 credits
English requirement
6 credits
ENGL 112
Take at Lakeland
Education courses
9 credits
 EDU 100
12 credits in Canadian Studies 
 EDU 210
Choose 9 credits from:
 EDPY 304
HIST 260 and 261
Open options
6 credits
EDU option
+ 1
NS 110 or 111
Choose 3 credits from:
Minor -18 credits
Depending on your choice, you can take
9 to 15 of those credits at Lakeland
EC 111 or 211
Choose 9 credits in World Studies 
6  from HIST 111 OR 112
   
3 from EC 111 or 211
 
Choose 9 credits in Cultural Studies
 
6 from
 
NS 110 or 111
 
SOC 100, 102, 224, 225, 271 or 282
 
required at U of A HGP
 
Choose 6 credits in general Social Studies   
NS 110 or 111    
PSYCO 104 or 105    
SOC 100, 102, 224, 225, 271, 282    
University of Alberta - Secondary Education - Math Major
If you plan a math major, you can't take a full 60 credits at Lakeland.

Major -Math

36 total credits required
Each course is 3 credits
English requirement
6 credits
ENGL 112
Take at Lakeland
Education courses
9 credits
 EDU 100
MATH 113 and 115  EDU 210
STAT 151
 EDPY 304
Other options 3 credits - PHYS 124
Open options
6 credits
EDU option
+ 1
12 credits in Math at U of A
Choose from:
Minor -18 credits
Depending on your choice, you can take
9 to 15 of those credits at Lakeland
MATH 125, 228, 241
   
one of MATH 222 OR 243
 
12 credits in options at U of A  
University of Alberta - Secondary Education - General Sciences

Major - General Sciences

36 total credits required
Each course is 3 credits
English requirement
6 credits
ENGL 112
Take at Lakeland
Education courses
9 credits
 EDU 100
 BIOL 107 & 108
 EDU 210
 CHEM 101 & 102
 EDPY 304
 PHYS 124 & 126
Open options
6 credits
EDU option
+ 1
12-15 other science credits at Lakeland
from this list. Maximum 9 per discipline
Choose from:
BIOL 207, 208
BIOCH 200
Minor -18 credits
Depending on your choice, you can take
9 to 15 of those credits at Lakeland
CHEM 261, 263    
EAS 100, 105  
MATH 113,15
 
MICRB 265
 
STAT 151  
Other science courses at U of A
 3- 6 credits
 
University of Alberta - Secondary Education - Biological Sciences & Chemistry Majors

Major - Biological Sciences

36 total credits required
Each course is 3 credits
English requirement
6 credits
ENGL 112

Major - Chemistry

36 total credits required
Each course is 3 credits
Take at Lakeland
Education courses
9 credits
 EDU 100
Take at Lakeland
 BIOL 107 & 108
 EDU 210
CHEM 101, 102, 161, 263
 CHEM 101 & 102
 EDPY 304
BIOCHEM 200
 PHYS 124 & 126
Open options
6 credits
EDU option
+ 1
12-15 other science credits at Lakeland from this list.
 
12-15 other science credits at Lakeland
from this list. Maximum 9 per discipline
Choose from:
BIOL 207, 208
BIOCH 200
Minor -18 credits
Depending on your choice, you can take 9 to 15
of those credits at Lakeland
Choose from:
BIOL 107, 108, 207, 208
EAS 100, 105
CHEM 261, 263     PHYS 124, 126
EAS 100, 105 MATH 113, 115
MATH 113, 115
MICRB 265
MICRB 265
STAT 151
STAT 151
at U of A
Senior CHEM/BIOCH
3-6 other science credits
Other science courses at U of A
 3- 6 credits
University of Alberta - Secondary Education - Physical Sciences & Physics Majors

Major - Physical Sciences

36 total credits required
Each course is 3 credits
English requirement
6 credits
ENGL 112

Major - Physics

36 total credits required
Each course is 3 credits
Take at Lakeland
Education courses
9 credits
 EDU 100
Take at Lakeland
CHEM 101, 102, 161 & 263  EDU 210
PHYS 124
PHYS 124 & 126  EDPY 304
PHYS 126

6-9 other science credits at Lakeland from this list. Maximum 9 per discipline
Open options
6 credits
EDU option
+ 1
12-15 other science credits at Lakeland from this list. Maximum 9 credits per discipline
Choose from:
BIOCH 200
Minor -18 credits
Depending on your choice, you can take 9 to 15
of those credits at Lakeland
Choose from:
BIOCH 200
BIOL 107, 108, 207, 208
CHEM 101, 102, 161, 263
BIOL 107, 108 207, 208
EAS 100, 105
MATH 113, 115    
EAS 100, 105
MICRB 265 MATH 113, 115
STAT 151 MICRB 265
Other science courses at U of A
 3- 6 credits
  STAT 151

 
at U of A
12 credits of senior level physics
6 other physics credits
3-6 credits in other courses

 
University of Alberta - Secondary Education - Minor Options at Lakeland
If you choose one of these minors, you may take 3 or courses at Lakeland.
 
Other credits are also required at the University of Alberta.
 
Biological Sciences Minor
CTS, Business, Admin or Finance Minor
Chemistry Minor
BIOL 107, 108, 207, 208
AC 130, 230 CHEM 101, 102, 161, 263
MICRB 265
LA 180 BIOCHEM 200
English Language Arts Minor BA 640 Mathematics Minor
ENGL 112 (6 credits) EC 111, 211 MATH 113, 115,
Choose 9 credits from
ENGL 373, 374, 388, 389
General Sciences Major
 STAT 151
Native Education Minor  BIOL 107, 108
Physical Sciences Minor
NS 110, 111  CHEM 101, 102
CHEM 101, 102
SOC 100
 PHYS 124, 126
PHYS 124, 126
Physics Minor Social Studies Minor
6 credits from:
PHYS 124, 126 6 credits in Canadian Studies from: CHEM 161, 263
6 credits in other sciences
HIST 260, 261
EAS 100, 105
CHEM 101, 102, 161, 263 NS 110, 111  
EAS 100, 105 6 credits in world studies from:  
  HIST 111, 112  
  6 credits in cultural studies  
  NS 110, 111
 
  SOC 100 & a 200 level  
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