Bachelor of Education in Adult Education

Faculty of Education




Bachelor of Education in Adult Education

Brock’s Bachelor of Education (BEd) in Adult Education is the only program in Ontario to offer first degree and subsequent degree options.

The program consists of 15 credits which include five credits in Adult Education. These five education credits form the core of the Brock BEd in Adult Education program. The remaining 10 credits must be undergraduate courses from an accredited university as recognized by the Office of the Registrar of Brock University. A system of Advanced Standing may provide some elective or context credit for previous academic work as demonstrated by original transcripts by the colleges or universities you may have previously attended.

During the BEd ADED program, undergraduate courses must be taken at Brock University or on a Letter of Permission. The Office of the Registrar will make the final decision on transfer courses.

Please refer to the Program Description for further information on program entry criteria and course outlines.

Courses are taken on a part-time basis, in sequence, one course per session. It requires five sessions of study to complete the five courses in Adult Education. There are three sessions in each calendar year: Fall, Winter and Spring. Each is a full university undergraduate credit course of 72 hours in duration.

The Adult Education courses are offered online or face-to-face at venues across the province.

Online groups follow the same semester system, meeting a-synchronously on the SAKAI-based LMS, Isaak. Classroom-based learning is offered at a variety of locations throughout the province of Ontario with groups typically meeting full-days on Saturdays.

Apply: Domestic Student Application or International Student Application.


Please note:
 if your interest is in working as a teacher of children or adolescents (primary/junior, junior/intermediate or intermediate/senior), you should be looking to the BEd leading to the Ontario Certificate of Qualification. For more information about that program and its requirements, please visit the Teacher Education website.
 
The following is a list of host venues at which courses may be offered:
  • Brock University (St. Catharines and Hamilton)
  • Bruce Power Visitors’ Centre (Tiverton)
  • Cambrian College (Sudbury)
  • Canadian Forces Base Borden (Borden)
  • Canadian Forces Base Kingston (Kingston)
  • Centennial College (Scarborough)
  • Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning (Kitchener)
  • Durham College (Oshawa and Whitby)
  • Humber College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning (Toronto)
  • Lambton College (Sarnia)
  • London Chamber of Commerce (London)
  • Loyalist College (Belleville)
  • Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology (Hamilton)
  • NAV CANADA Training Institute (Cornwall)
  • Northern College of Applied Arts and Technology (Timmins)
  • St. Clair College of Applied Arts and Technology (Windsor and Chatham)
  • St. Lawrence College (Brockville)
  • Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology (North York)
  • Sheridan Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning (Oakville)
  • Sir Sandford Fleming College (Peterborough)
  • Toronto Police College (Toronto)

 

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