Teacher Education

Choose the best Teacher Education Program for you.

Have an undergraduate degree?

Yes.

Have a high school diploma or equivalent?

Yes.

Interested in teaching Tech.Ed.?

Yes.

Interested in teaching Indigenous education?

Yes.

Have an undergraduate degree?

Earn a Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) at Queen's University as your second degree. You can become a certified teacher in 16 months starting this May with one of our many specialized program tracks and concentrations. Please note the Technological Education Multi-Session Program (TEMS) is 24 months long.

Consecutive Education

Choose to concentrate in Assessment & Evaluation, At-Risk Children, International Education, Educational Leadership, Educational Technology, Social Justice Education, and more. Or you can choose one of our program tracks described below.

Teacher Education

Indigenous Teacher Education Program (Community-Based)

The Community-based Program provides an opportunity to specialize in Indigenous education and attend classes at Queen's University for one summer session and in Manitoulin Island, Lambton-Kent, or Mushkegowuk Territory for the remainder of the program.

ITEP Community-Based

Technological Education

Technological Education Program prepares applicants with wage-earning experience including business or industrial experience in a broad-based technology area to teach grades 9-12. There are two different formats: Technological Education On-Campus and Technological Education Multi-Session Program.

Tech.Ed.

Program Tracks

Indigenous Teacher Education Program

The Indigenous Teacher Education Program (ITEP) provides an opportunity for teacher candidates to specialize in Indigenous education through Indigenous-specific programming, application of Indigenous perspectives and world view to theory and practice.

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Artist in Community Education

Artist in Community Education (ACE) is designed for practicing artists in visual art, music, drama, dance, film, creative writing, mixed media, and all other art forms, and explores the positive role that artists and the arts play in our schools, our communities, and our society.

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Outdoor & Experiential Education

Outdoor & Experiential Education (OEE) is designed to introduce teacher candidates to a wide variety of ways environmental and experiential programs can be offered in school and community-based settings.

More about OEE

Primary-Junior French as a Second Language

Primary-Junior French as a Second Language (PJ FSL) is designed for teacher candidates that are interested in teaching French Immersion.

More about PJ FSL

Have a high school diploma or equivalent?

Earn two degrees or a Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) at Queen's University and become a certified teacher.

Concurrent Education

Complete two degrees at the same time: Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Arts, Fine Art, Music or Science with this 5 year + 1 semester program. Most other universities only offer a six-year program, we built our program so that you can complete your education sooner and begin your teaching career earlier.

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Indigenous Teacher Education Program (Community-Based)

If you are of Indigenous Ancestry, you can enter this program with grade 12 or equivalent. The Community-based Program provides an opportunity to specialize in Indigenous education and attend classes at Queen's University for one summer session and in Manitoulin Island, Lambton-Kent, or Mushkegowuk Territory for the remainder of the program.

More about Community-Based ITEP

Interested in teaching Tech.Ed.?

Earn a Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) or Diploma in Education (Dip.Ed.) at Queen's University and become a certified teacher.

Technological Education On-Campus

Technological Education Program (Tech.Ed.) prepares applicants with wage-earning experience including business or industrial experience in a broad-based technology area to teach grades 9-12. You can become a certified teacher in 16 months starting this May.

More about On-Campus Tech.Ed.

Technological Education Multi-Session Program

The Technological Education Multi-Session Program (TEMS) provides the opportunity for skilled tradespeople to earn a B.Ed. or Dip.Ed. in a blended format both on and off-campus. The program is designed to allow teacher candidates to continue working during the program.

More about Tech.Ed. Multi-Session

Indigenous Teacher Education Programs

On-Campus Indigenous Teacher Education Program

Our On-Campus ​Indigenous Teacher Education Program (ITEP) provides an opportunity for teacher candidates to specialize in Indigenous education through Indigenous-specific programming, application of Indigenous perspectives and world view to theory and practice

Find out more about on-campus ITEP

Community-Based Indigenous Teacher Education Program

Our Community-Based Indigenous Teacher Education Program provides an opportunity to specialize in Indigenous education and attend classes at Queen's University for one summer session and in Manitoulin Island, Lambton-Kent, or Mushkegowuk Territory for the remainder of the program.

Find out more about Community-Based ITEP