Dual Degrees

Dual Degree Bachelor of Kinesiology/Master of Management  (BKIN/MM)

For information and application, http://www.sauder.ubc.ca/Programs/UBC_Bachelor_and_Master_of_Management_Dual_Degree

 

Dual Degree BKIN/BEd Secondary: Physical Education

PURPOSE:

The development of dual degree opportunities is intended to engage students in the study of teacher education early in their academic career with a view to:

  • Providing an opportunity to confirm interest in teaching
  • Developing a teaching context within which academic studies will take place
  • Creating a frame of reference for students to consider learning completed during academic studies in Physical Education

BENEFITS FOR STUDENTS:

  • Students complete the requirements for two degrees, BKIN and BEd Secondary, over a period of 5 years
  • Students engage in teacher education earlier thereby confirming interest in and commitment to teaching
  • Students gain experience and knowledge about the context of teaching to inform their academic studies
  • Students finish both degrees with less credit requirements, as there is some reduction in total credits required for completion when compared to the traditional 4+1 post-degree option. This reduces tuition costs for students
  • Students finish earlier than the traditional 4+1 post degree option.
  • Students are eligible to apply for BC Provincial Teaching Certificate upon successful completion
  • Students have the option of terminating BEd studies during the process, but remain eligible for completion of their initial degree

STRUCTURE:

  • Students apply during Term 2, Year 2
  • Both faculties must approve the application
  • A minimum 65% GPA in work to date is required – This GPA in academic studies must be maintained in order to remain active in the Dual Degree program
  • Some Summer Session study is required in Years 2-5 [Term 1 only]
  • Both faculties agree to accept as elective credits designated courses from the partner faculty.
  • Students must complete both degree programs to graduate from either, unless they terminate their BEd studies, in which case they can complete the normal BKIN degree requirements

Dual Degree Important Links:

Bachelor of Education Viewbook: Check out p. 24 on this link, and for more information about teacher education at UBC:  http://issuu.com/ubcteachereducation/docs/viewbook-2015-16/25?e=6659470/30561474

As well: http://teach.educ.ubc.ca/bachelor-of-education-program/dual-degree/ for information about the BEd dual degree and for links to contacting a BEd admissions advisor.

Dual Degree BKIN/BEd Application Formdownload PDF