Saskatchewan Urban Native Teacher Education Program (SUNTEP)

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Admission requirements

Saskatchewan Urban Native Teacher Education Program (SUNTEP) is a four year, fully accredited direct entry Bachelor of Education program offered by the Gabriel Dumont Institute in cooperation with the University of Saskatchewan and the Ministry of Education. Students with advanced standing are eligible to apply and the program offers both elementary/middle year and secondary options. The program is offered in Prince Albert and on campus at the U of S. The program has a strong emphasis on Métis and Indigenous history and cross-cultural education. The program combines a sound academic education with extensive classroom experience and a thorough knowledge of current educational issues.

The primary goals of the program are to ensure people of Métis ancestry are adequately represented in the teaching profession and to ensure that graduates are educated to be sensitive to the individual needs of all students.

University of Saskatchewan entrance requirements apply. For more information in Saskatoon contact (306) 975-7095, in Prince Albert contact (306) 764-1797 or visit

Program Requirements

SUNTEP Prince Albert (120 credit units):

SUNTEP Saskatoon – Elementary/Middle Years (120 credit units):

SUNTEP Saskatoon – Secondary Requirements (120 credit units):