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Ontario Tech acknowledges the lands and people of the Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation.

We are thankful to be welcome on these lands in friendship. The lands we are situated on are covered by the Williams Treaties and are the traditional territory of the Mississaugas, a branch of the greater Anishinaabeg Nation, including Algonquin, Ojibway, Odawa and Pottawatomi. These lands remain home to many Indigenous nations and peoples.

We acknowledge this land out of respect for the Indigenous nations who have cared for Turtle Island, also called North America, from before the arrival of settler peoples until this day. Most importantly, we acknowledge that the history of these lands has been tainted by poor treatment and a lack of friendship with the First Nations who call them home.

This history is something we are all affected by because we are all treaty people in Canada. We all have a shared history to reflect on, and each of us is affected by this history in different ways. Our past defines our present, but if we move forward as friends and allies, then it does not have to define our future.

Learn more about Indigenous Education and Cultural Services

2023 winter start program maps

What is a program map?

Program maps provide you with the required course names and course codes to ensure you are enrolled in the correct courses for your program. 

What is an elective?

Electives are courses you can choose. If you have an elective option, the Faculty of Education provides an approved list after your program map.

Find your program

  • Bachelor of Education, Consecutive Program, Primary/Junior

    The following courses are required as part of your Bachelor of Education course completion. You will be registered in these courses and therefore not required to register online.

    Semester 2

    15 credit hours

    EDUC 13005

    Foundations II: Curriculum Theory & Practice + Field Experience

    EDUC 1306U

    P/J Digital Literacies/Social Studies II (Language Arts & Social Studies)

    EDUC 1340U

    P/J Mathematical Methods II

    EDUC 1308U

    P/J Mathematical Thinking and Doing

    EDUC 1315U

    P/J Health & Physical Education

    EDUC 1380U

    P/J Science & Technology Methods II

    Upper-year students

    Please follow the program map for your program that is specified in the current undergraduate calendar or for further clarification, please consult your Academic Advisor.

  • Bachelor of Education, Consecutive Program, Intermediate/Senior

    The following courses are required as part of your Bachelor of Education course completion. You will be registered in these courses and therefore not required to register online.

    Semester 2

    15 credit hours

    CURS

    Curriculum Studies II*

    CURS

    Curriculum Studies II*

    EDUC 1305U

    Foundations II: Curriculum Theory & Practice + Field Experience

    EDUC 1310U

    I/S Mathematical Thinking and Doing

    EDUC 1311U

    I/S Coding and Communications

    *Curriculum Studies

    Students will complete two curriculum studies courses in semester one and two. Students must take one course per term in each of the teachable subject areas under which they were admitted.

    CURS 4100U and CURS 4101U I/S Biology
    CURS 4110U and CURS 4111U I/S English
    CURS 4140U and CURS 4141U I/S Mathematics
    CURS 4180U and CURS 4181U I/S General Science
    CURS 4301U and CURS 4302U I/S Chemistry/Physics
    CURS 4501U and CURS 4502U I/S History
    CURS 4503U and CURS 4504U I/S Health and Physical Education

    Upper-year students

    Please follow the program map for your program that is specified in the current undergraduate calendar or for further clarification, please consult your Academic Advisor.

  • Designing Adult Education for the Digital Age (Diploma)

    The courses listed below are recommended for your first year of study in the Designing Adult Learning for the Digital Age. All courses are required for program completion.

    Winter Term

    15 credit hours

    EDST 1100U Problem and Inquiry Based Learning
    EDST 1110U Foundations of Adult Learning
    EDST 2110U Assessment for Learning
    EDST 2140U Creating Digital Tools
    EDST 4120U Serious Gaming & Simulations

    If courses are full, please contact the Academic Advisor.

    If you are registering as a full time or part time student and would like assistance creating a program map, please contact the Academic Advisor.

     

  • Educational Studies – Digital Technologies specialization

    The courses listed below are recommended for your first year of study in the Bachelor of Arts Educational Studies program with the Digital Technologies specialization. All courses are required for program completion.

    Winter Term

    15 credit hours

    EDST 1100U Problem and Inquiry Based Learning
    EDST 2110U Assessment for Learning
    EDST 2140U Creating Digital Tools
    EDST 2150U Teaching Methods
    EDST  Specialization course or elective course*

    *FED electives are any courses offered by the Faculty of Education with an EDST subject code. Choose one of the following courses for the winter term. 

    Winter Term

    3 credit hours

    EDST 1110U Foundations of Adult Learning (elective)
    EDST 4120U Serious Gaming & Simulations (specialization)
    EDST 4150U Holistic Learning in Early Childhood (elective)

    If courses are full, please contact the Academic Advisor.

    If you are registering as a full time or part time student and would like assistance creating a program map that will include the Spring/summer term, please contact the Academic Advisor.

    Your academic advising office will be sending an email to first-year newly admitted students with additional information. 

  • Educational Studies - Early Childhood Studies specialization

    The courses listed below are recommended for your first year of study in the Bachelor of Arts Educational Studies program with the Early Childhood Studies specialization. All courses are required for program completion.

    Winter Term

    15 credit hours

    EDST 1100U Problem and Inquiry Based Learning
    EDST 2110U Assessment for Learning
    EDST 2140U Creating Digital Tools
    EDST 2150U Teaching Methods
    EDST 4150U Specialization course or elective course*

    *FED electives are any courses offered by the Faculty of Education with an EDST subject code. Choose one of the following courses for the winter term. 

    Winter Term

    3 credit hours

    EDST 1110U Foundations of Adult Learning (elective)
    EDST 4120U Serious Gaming & Simulations (elective)
    EDST 4150U Holistic Learning in Early Childhood (specialization)

    If courses are full, please contact the Academic Advisor.

    If you are registering as a full time or part time student and would like assistance creating a program map, please contact the Academic Advisor

  • Educational Studies – Equity, Diversity and Inclusion specialization

    The courses listed below are recommended for your first year of study in the Bachelor of Arts Educational Studies program with the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion specialization. All courses are required for program completion.

    Winter Term

    15 credit hours

    EDST 1100U Problem and Inquiry Based Learning
    EDST 2110U Assessment for Learning
    EDST 2140U Creating Digital Tools
    EDST 2150U Teaching Methods
    EDST  Specialization course or elective course*

    *FED electives are any courses offered by the Faculty of Education with an EDST subject code. Choose one of the following courses for the winter term. 

    Winter Term

    3 credit hours

    EDST 1110U Foundations of Adult Learning (elective)
    EDST 4120U Serious Gaming & Simulations (elective)
    EDST 4150U Holistic Learning in Early Childhood (elective)

    If courses are full, please contact the Academic Advisor.

    If you are registering as a full time or part time student and would like assistance, please contact the Academic Advisor.

  • Educational Studies - Lifelong Learning with Technology specialization

    The courses listed below are recommended for your first year of study in the Bachelor of Arts Educational Studies program with the Lifelong Learning with Technology specialization. All courses are required for program completion.

    Winter Term

    15 credit hours

    EDST 1100U Problem and Inquiry Based Learning
    EDST 2110U Assessment for Learning
    EDST 2140U Creating Digital Tools
    EDST 2150U Teaching Methods
    EDST Specialization course or elective course*

    *FED electives are any courses offered by the Faculty of Education with an EDST subject code. Choose one of the following courses for the winter term. 

    Winter Term

    3 credit hours

    EDST 1110U Foundations of Adult Learning  (specialization)
    EDST 4120U Serious Gaming & Simulations (elective)
    EDST 4150U Holistic Learning in Early Childhood (elective)

    If courses are full, please contact the Academic Advisor.

    If you are registering as a full time or part time student and would like assistance creating a program map, please contact the Academic Advisor. 

  • Educational Studies – no specialization

    The courses listed below are recommended for your first year of study in the Bachelor of Arts Educational Studies program with no specialization. All courses are required for program completion.

    Winter Term

    15 credit hours

    EDST 1100U Problem and Inquiry Based Learning
    EDST 2110U Assessment for Learning
    EDST 2140U Creating Digital Tools
    EDST 2150U Teaching Methods
    EDST Specialization course or elective course*

    *FED electives are any courses offered by the Faculty of Education with an EDST subject code. Choose one of the following courses for the winter term. 

    Winter Term

    3 credit hours

    EDST 1110U Foundations of Adult Learning 
    EDST 4120U Serious Gaming & Simulations
    EDST 4150U Holistic Learning in Early Childhood 

    If courses are full, please contact the Academic Advisor.

    If you are registering as a full time or part time student and would like assistance creating a program map, please contact the Academic Advisor.

    Upper-year students

    Please follow the program map for your program that is specified in the current undergraduate calendar or for further clarification, please consult your Academic Advisor.


What's next?

Register now for your courses.

How to contact us

For further information, please visit the Faculty of Education website or contact your Academic Advisor.