Undergraduate Programs

UBC Okanagan’s Bachelor of Education (BEd) program is a renewed 16-month, post-degree program. You will begin the program by selecting a pathway: Teaching Children (Kindergarten to Grade 5+) or Teaching Adolescents (Grades 6 to 9+). Once enrolled, you will work with classmates both within and across each pathway. UBC Okanagan’s BEd program offers extensive practical experience both inside and outside the classroom setting, including: two school-based practicums, a community field experience, a 15-week internship, and many place-based learning opportunities. Join our community and engage in collaborative learning with instructors, classmates, practicing educators and community partners. You will graduate with a globally recognized UBC Bachelor of Education degree that is highly sought after by employers both locally, nationally and internationally. 

Graduate Programs

Master's degree programs

Graduate offerings in Education provide opportunities for educators to further develop specialized areas of interest and integrate their practice and understandings within a framework of educational research and inquiry. Students have the opportunity to select courses within or across thematic areas cultivating an expertise of their own. For more information see the Graduate Programs webpage. 

PhD programs

Students interested in pursuing their doctorate with a focus in Education can complete their degrees through Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies (IGS) 

Post-Baccalaureate Programs

Certificates and Diplomas

The School of Education Post-Baccalaureate Certificates (15 credits) and Post-Baccalaureate Diplomas (30 credits) provide professional development opportunities for educators and respond to the needs of schools and districts for education specialists. These are post-degree professional programs designed to complement post-secondary education that has already been achieved.

Summer Institute in Education (SIE)

The Summer Institute in Education (SIE) at UBC's Okanagan campus is a series of credited seminars offered by the School of Education during the summer session. Designed for optimal flexibility, the 1-2-3 credit courses are offered in a variety of time slots, indoors, outdoors, on-line and face to face from July to August.  Courses in the SIE program can be used towards certificates, diplomas, graduate programs and upgrading requirements.

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