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Transfer to University of Alberta
The University of Alberta offers a number of combined degree programs. GPRC may offer one year to two years of full-time study, depending on your major, toward these Combined Degrees programs.
Students interested in preparing for these combined degrees will normally apply for admission to GPRC University Transfer programs as follows:
Bachelor of Arts (Native Studies) / Bachelor of Education
Apply to Bachelor of Arts and refer to this program section for details.
Bachelor of Music / Bachelor of Education
Apply to Bachelor of Music and refer to this program section for details.
Bachelor of Kinesiology / Bachelor of Education (Elementary and Secondary)
Apply to Bachelor of Kinesiology and refer to this program section for details.
Bachelor of Science (Specialization in Science and Education / Bachelor of Education (Secondary)
Apply to Bachelor of Science and refer to this program section for details.
The University of Alberta determines the admission requirements to these combined degrees. The University also governs the degree requirements and evaluates students’ eligibility to graduate. Students must consult with the University of Alberta to ensure their course selection meets the University’s requirements for admission, transfer and graduation.
Transfer to University of Calgary
University of Calgary has a Bachelor of Education degree with a rural focus. Students wanting to complete this degree remotely from rural settings are encouraged to contact the University of Calgary. Application for Year One is made to the U of C. Students interested in taking courses towards this program at GPRC will need to have applied to the U of C and consulted with a U of C advisor. A letter of permission must be submitted in order for students enrolled at the U of C to take courses with GPRC while in this program.
The University of Calgary offers the Bachelor of Education as an After Degree program (BEd/AD) called Master of Teaching. Admission to the program requires a completed Bachelor degree (e.g. Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of General Studies, Bachelor of Physical Education, or Bachelor of Science).
Transfer to University of Lethbridge
The University of Lethbridge offers the Bachelor of Education only in combination with another degree. The possible combinations are:
- Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Education
- Bachelor of Fine Arts / Bachelor of Education
- Bachelor of Management / Bachelor of Education
- Bachelor of Music / Bachelor of Education
- Bachelor of Science / Bachelor of Education
These Combined Degree programs are minimum five years, 150 credits. Some combinations/majors require more than 150 credits. GPRC offers one year (30 credits) toward these Combined Degree programs and may offer additional transferable course work depending upon your major. The University of Lethbridge Combined Degree programs do not have specific routes such as Elementary and Secondary. The specialty or major students develop is in the degree chosen to combine with the Bachelor of Education.
The University of Lethbridge determines the admission requirements to these combined degrees programs. The University also governs the degree requirements and evaluates students’ eligibility to graduate. Students must consult with the University of Lethbridge to ensure their course selection meets the University’s requirements for admission, transfer and graduation.
For admission to the Faculty of Education, satisfactory completion of the Alberta Universities Writing Competency Test is required. There are certain conditions upon which you may be exempt from writing this competency test. For information on exemptions, refer to the current edition of the University of Lethbridge calendar.
For assistance in course selection and program articulation, students should arrange to see an Academic Advisor in Student Services.