If you wish to enter the Faculty of Education with a major in Science Education, you must possess a recognized degree which includes a major in an area of science, such as Biology, Physics, or Chemistry. In addition, all other prerequisites for admission must be met.
At the time of admission, the nature of the applicant's degree is examined, and a program is planned and approved by the Faculty of Education. If the approved degree contains the necessary components, including a completed teaching major, both certification and B. Ed. requirements may be met upon completion of 20 courses in Education.
See program overview for the After Degree Program
As a B.Sc. student, most of your courses will be in the sciences. You'll also have many great opportunities to work on research projects with your professors through independent studies or even summer research assistantships.
Students may meet the Science Education major requirements by completing a major in Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Physical Geography, Physics, or Urban and Regional Studies, or the General Major in the Sciences (at least 7 courses in Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Physical Geography, or Physics and 4 courses in each of two other disciplines in the Sciences).
See program overview for the Combined Degrees Program