Prospective Undergraduate Students
Welcome to the College of Education
Direct Entry Admission
A direct-entry admission option to the College of Education was approved by the University of Saskatchewan Senate on April 25. This option will be open to students applying for admission to the University of Saskatchewan for Fall 2016. Admission requirements, selection criteria and application deadlines will be posted prior to the opening of the application for admission in October 2015.
The sequential, or non-direct entry admission option, for which students complete 60 credit units of pre-education coursework in the College of Arts and Science before applying for admission to the College of Education, will also continue to be offered.
An article about this recent change can be found here.
- Undergraduate Admission Process
- How to Apply
- Teaching Areas - Please check under Program Requirements
- Education Admission Statistics
These programs can be entered directly from high school, and have no university-level prerequisites to complete before entry.
The College of Education has suspended Direct Entry into PAA; Home Economics and Industrial Arts, for a period of one year (2015-16). We expect to advance a program framework, development of updated curriculum, and increase connections with community-based contexts in ways that might also offer advanced education opportunities for people interested in PAA teacher education.
Aboriginal and Northern Degrees
Non Direct Entry
These programs require university-level prerequisites before entry. At the U of S, it’s not about pushing you into a program before you’re ready. We believe that an informed teacher is a better teacher and, as such, we take the time to provide you with an advanced understanding of subject matter prior to commencing your teacher training.
- Certificate in Adult & Continuing Education (CACE)
- Certificate in Secondary Technical Vocational Education (CTV)
- Practical and Applied Arts: Home Economics or Industrial Arts
- Special Education Certificate (SPEC)
- Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL)
- Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language (CERTESL)
- Indigenous Languages Certificate