Programmes de premier cycle nécessitant des études universitaires

Les programmes suivants exigent la réussite d’études universitaires avant de pouvoir y faire demande.

Pour trouver des programmes qui exigent la réussite d’études collégiales avant de faire demande, consultez Programmes conjoints des universités et collèges.

125 programmes

Education

University of Toronto

Deuxième ou de troisième cycle

U of T offers 2-year programs leading to a Master of Education (MEd), Master of Teaching (MT) or Master of Arts in Child Study and Education (MA CSE) degree.

An undergraduate degree is required. Preference is given to those who have attained a high academic average in a 4-year degree program and to those with relevant experience.

Education

Brock University

Professionnel

Brock's Department of Teacher Education offers consecutive initial teacher education programs for those who already have a university degree. The programs are 4 semesters, taken over 2 academic years, and lead to a BEd degree and an Ontario Certificate of Qualification and Registration.

Education

Lakehead University

Professionnel

Lakehead University offers a 2-Year Bachelor of Education program at the Thunder Bay and Orillia Campuses. The Primary-Junior teaching division is offered at both campuses, while the Intermediate-Senior teaching division is offered in Thunder Bay only.

Education

Université d'Ottawa

Professionnel

Les programmes de premier cycle en français et en anglais de la Faculté d’éducation mènent soit au baccalauréat ou au certificat, selon le programme. Ils préparent à la certification pour enseigner dans les écoles élémentaires et secondaires, mais ils diffèrent sur le plan de l’approche et du contenu. Vous devez consulter la page Web équivalente en anglais pour les programmes de formation à l’enseignement offerts en anglais.

Education

Ontario Tech University

Professionnel

Consecutive Education (Intermediate/Senior)
This 16-month program prepares you to teach grades 7 to 12 with expertise in 2 of the following teachable subject areas:
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • English
  • General Science
  • Health and Physical Education
  • History
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
Admission is based on an undergraduate degree from a recognized university, with a minimum required average of 70% ("B-" or 2.7 GPA) in the best 10 full-year or best 20 half-year courses completed. Preference is given to 4-year honours degrees.

Applicants must have completed a minimum of 5 full-year courses or 10 half-year courses with a 70% average in a first teaching subject, and 3 full-year courses or 6 half-year courses with a 70% average in a second teaching subject.

Education

Queen's University

Deuxième ou de troisième cycle

Queen's University's Faculty of Education offers undergraduate programs leading to teacher certification and graduate programs (MEd/PhD). Additional qualification and professional development courses for teachers are also offered.

Admission requirements: Successful completion of an undergraduate degree program and minimum GPA.

Education

University of Windsor

Professionnel

The Faculty of Education and Academic Development offers the 2-year consecutive program in 1 of 3 possible divisions of teaching specialization in education leading to the Bachelor of Education degree and teacher certification by the Ontario College of Teachers. Completion of a university degree is required.

Education

Nipissing University

Professionnel

The Bachelor of Education (BEd) program is part of our Schulich School of Education and meets the requirements of the Ontario College of Teachers for teacher certification (Certificate of Qualification). It is open to applicants who present proof of graduation with an approved undergraduate degree from an accredited university.

Applicants can apply to the following divisions:
  • - Primary/Junior (Kindergarten to Grade 6)
  • - Primary/Junior (Kindergarten to Grade 6) – French as a Second Language*
  • - Junior/Intermediate (Grades 4 to 10)
  • - Intermediate/Senior (Grades 7 to 12)

*Students who graduate with the P/J FSL BEd degree will be qualified to teach French as a second language (i.e., core, extended and immersion) Grades K-12.

Education

Ontario Tech University

Professionnel

Consecutive Education (Primary/Junior)
This 16-month program prepares you to be an elementary school teacher (Junior Kindergarten to Grade 6) with strengths in science, mathematics, literacy and technology.

Admission is based on an undergraduate degree from a recognized university, with a minimum required average of 70% ("B-" or 2.7 GPA) in the best 10 full-year or best 20 half-year courses completed. Preference is given to 4-year honours degrees.

Because Primary/Junior teachers deal with a wide range of subject areas, it is desirable that you have a broad academic background. In assessing the academic breadth of Primary/Junior applicants, the Faculty of Education gives preference to candidates who have 1 or more 3-credit hour (half-year) undergraduate or graduate courses in these subject groupings:
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • English/Linguistics
  • Environmental Science
  • Fine Arts
  • Foreign Languages
  • Liberal Arts
  • Mathematics
  • Physics

Education

Wilfrid Laurier University

Professionnel

Laurier's Bachelor of Education is a postgraduate degree program you apply to after you complete, or when you've nearly completed, an undergraduate degree.

If you’re entering university for the first time and considering a career in teaching, Laurier’s Education minor can help prepare you for admission into the Bachelor of Education program. Expand your understanding of schooling and education through 6 education-related courses.

To prepare for the Bachelor of Education program, think about what subjects and grades you’d like to teach. From there, work backwards and choose an undergraduate program that will help you get the courses and/or teachable subjects required to be certified by your province’s certifying teachers’ college or association. Once you’ve completed an undergraduate degree (at Laurier or at another institution), we invite you to apply to Laurier’s Bachelor of Education program, an innovative, forward-thinking program that certifies teaching for Primary/Junior (Grades K–6) or Junior/Intermediate (Grades 4–10). Our classes are engaging, interactive and have an excellent student-to-teacher ratio.

Unique within Ontario, this program embodies a professional development school model. You will spend 181 days in school placements during the 2-year program. An alternative placement is also required, where you will work in community agencies, specialized school settings or international placements according to your individual interests.

Education

Campus Glendon de l’Université York

Professionnel

Vous pouvez demander à être admis directement après vos études secondaires (option d’admission directe, code OUAC YGJ) ou vous pouvez faire une demande d’admission pendant votre troisième ou quatrième année d’études à Glendon (code YGV).

Engineering

University of Windsor

Premier cycle

The Engineering Technology (BEng Tech) program prepares grads for the job market. It was developed for those who hold 1 of the following:
- A 3-year technology diploma from a Canadian college (or an equivalent overseas Institution).
- An engineering degree from an accredited Canadian university (or an equivalent overseas institution).
- A 4-year university degree in a scientific or technical subject from a Canadian university (or an equivalent overseas institution).

Engineering Leadership and Innovation Certificate

Western University

Programmes menant à un certificat ou un diplôme

Students participating in the Engineering Leadership and Innovation Certificate will acquire a developed knowledge and critical understanding of the key concepts skills in management, leadership and innovation. In particular, they will learn how the fields of engineering and business intersect and how principles of business and management enhance the implementation of engineering technologies.

Éthique publique

Université d'Ottawa – Université Saint-Paul

Deuxième ou de troisième cycle

La Faculté de philosophie de l’Université Saint-Paul offre les programmes de diplôme d’études supérieures ainsi que de maîtrise ès arts (M.A.) en éthique publique. L’éthique est une discipline qui étudie et analyse le comportement des êtres humains, leurs valeurs, leur façon d’agir et d’être, tout en considérant la société dans laquelle ils vivent. L’éthique vise à répondre aux questions : « Comment bien vivre ? », « Comment bien agir ? ». Les programmes comprennent des cours et un séminaire, une réflexion sur l'expérience pratique et des recherches en éthique publique. Les programmes sont destinés à des étudiants qui désirent se spécialiser en éthique publique au niveau des études supérieures ou à se préparer à des études doctorales; à des professionnels en milieu de carrière qui désirent réfléchir à leur expérience professionnelle, consolider leurs acquis et développer ou réorienter leur carrière.

Études de conflits

Université d'Ottawa – Université Saint-Paul

Deuxième ou de troisième cycle

L’Université Saint-Paul offre une maîtrise ès arts (M.A.) en études de conflits. Le grade est conféré conjointement par les Sénats de l'Université Saint-Paul et de l'Université d'Ottawa. Le programme accorde une attention particulière aux distinctions relatives à l’identité ethnique et religieuse qui sont présentes dans de nombreux conflits. Le programme vise à la fois la compréhension et la mise en place de processus de réconciliation, de guérison et de changement structurel. Il s’inspire, comme d’autres programmes en études de conflits, des sciences sociales, auxquelles il unit la philosophie, la théologie et l’éthique.