Faculty of Education
- How do I apply?
- When do classes start?
- May I receive credit for undergraduate courses completed in addition to my three-year degree?
- What are the fees?
- Am I eligible for OSAP funding?
- Once accepted, how do I register for courses?
- What if I am thinking about pursuing a Master of Education degree?
How do I apply?
Brock University graduates applying for full or part-time studies: Visit Admissions for more information.
All other full-time applicants please use the Ontario Universities' Application Centre 105 application: (Please note: September entry only).
All other part-time applicants: Visit the Registrar's Office website.
For registration information and further details, please refer to the Registrar’s Office website.
You may be eligible to receive up to two half-credits towards the Certificate in Educational Studies. Requests are reviewed on an individual basis by the Department. View the Letter of Permission application.
This program follows the standard undergraduate fee structure at Brock University. Tuition fees for Brock University courses are tax deductible. Additional information regarding fees.
You may be eligible for OSAP funding. Information can be found at Student Awards and Financial Aid.
Along with your Offer of Admission, you will receive an Academic Advising and Registration Guide that will direct you to the web-based course registration system. All course registration is completed via the Brock University Student Portal. Please register early to avoid course cancellations and/or late registration fees. Some courses have limited enrolments.
Graduates of the Certificate in Educational Studies program are encouraged to apply for admission into the MEd degree program. Successful completion of the Certificate in Educational Studies program will be deemed as the equivalent of the fourth year of undergraduate study.