The combined Bachelor of Management/Bachelor of Education - Career and Technology Studies (CTS): Business Focus (B.Mgt./B.Ed.) degree program with education prepares you for teaching in the K–12 school system, and leads to the award of a Bachelor of Management and a Bachelor of Education. With this combined degree, you will be prepared to teach in schools and receive an excellent management education that qualifies you to teach in the Career and Technology Studies (CTS) area. In the education portion of the combined degree, you will practice teaching in schools during three professional semesters. Some typical career paths include CTS teacher, principal, or school administrator.
The combined B.Mgt./B.Ed. takes five years (50 courses) to complete and leads to the conferral of two degrees. You will be required to take 30 Dhillon School of Business, Arts and Science, and FIne Arts courses and the equivalent of 20 courses in Education.
Students begin in the Pre-B.Mgt./B.Ed. program in the Dhillon School of Business, where they progress toward completion of Management degree requirements and prepare to meet the admission requirements for the Faculty of Education. After completion of the minimum admission requirements for the Faculty of Education, students may apply to and, if accepted, be formally enrolled in the B.Mgt./B.Ed. Combined Degrees program. Transfer students must meet the competitive admission requirements for both the Dhillon School of Business and the Faculty of Education to be admitted directly to the B.Mgt./B.Ed. program.
Students are not officially in the Combined Degrees program until they have been admitted to both the Dhillon School of Business and the Faculty of Education. Applicants should consult Admission for general admission requirements, policies, and deadlines.
1.Dhillon School of Business Admission Requirements for the Pre-B.Mgt/B.Ed. and B.Mgt/B.Ed.
Admission to the Pre-B.Mgt./B.Ed. and B.Mgt./B.Ed. programs is competitive and fulfilment of the minimum academic admission requirements does not guarantee admission. The Dhillon School of Business reserves the right of selection of all applicants for admission and readmission based on admission average.
a.In addition to the general admission requirements, applicants to the Pre-B.Mgt./B.Ed. and B.Mgt./B.Ed. programs must satisfactorily complete the following Alberta high school math course, University of Lethbridge’s Mathematics 0500, or equivalent.
|Major||Additional Admission Requirement|
Quantitative Majors: Accounting, Economics, Finance
Non-Quantitative Majors: All other Management majors
Mathematics 30-1 or Mathematics 30-2
b.Time Limit for Retention of Course Credit
Students may receive transfer credit for both Dhillon School of Business and non-Dhillon School of Business courses. Dhillon School of Business courses must have been completed at an accredited post-secondary institution not more than eight years prior to admission to the Dhillon School of Business. The Dhillon School of Business will consider requests, on a case-by-case basis, to extend this time limit for applicants with recent work experience in the field.
2. Faculty of Education Admission Requirements for the B.Mgt./B.Ed.
Based on the Faculty's quota system, normally a total of 216 students in all programs will be admitted to Bachelor of Education programs (Combined Degrees and After Degree) each year. Admission for this undergraduate teacher preparation program is available in the fall term only.
Because admission to the Faculty is competitive within each teaching major, the completion of minimum admission requirements does not guarantee admission to the program. Successful applicants are selected each year from a pool that includes both Combines Degrees and After Degree applicants.
Applicants are encouraged to consult early with Student Program Services in the Faculty of Education regarding admission requirements and program planning.
The following majors are available in this program:
|B.Mgt. - General Management/B.Ed. - CTS: Business Focus||Program planning guide|
Students who choose to complete a major other than General Management may be required to extend their program beyond 50 courses. Please meet with an advisor to determine your major requirements.