TEAS – Brock University

Note: University program information changes regularly. For the most up-to-date details, view the online application.

Last updated: October 7, 2019

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Program Codes

B10 – Primary/Junior
B20 – Junior/Intermediate
B30 – Intermediate/Senior
B80 – Technological Education
B82 – Technological Education (Non-Degree Applicants)

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Fall 2020 Teacher Education Program

We appreciate and welcome your interest in Brock University’s Teacher Education program.

Our well-established and popular program typically receives more applications than available spaces, therefore spaces in the Teacher Education program are limited, and admission is not guaranteed by fulfilling the minimum requirements. If you are a mature student, you must meet the same requirements as all other applicants and will not be individually reviewed.

Acceptable Degrees

The minimum credential for admission is an undergraduate degree conferred by an acceptable university or other postsecondary institution, as outlined in the following:

  1. In Canada, an acceptable university is one that is authorized to confer academic degrees under the laws of jurisdiction in which it operates.
  2. In Canada, an acceptable college is one that is authorized to confer degrees under the laws of jurisdiction in which it operates; the college must be publicly funded.
  3. In the United States, an acceptable university is one that is authorized to confer academic degrees under the laws of jurisdiction in which it operates. A university must be recognized by one of the following regional accreditation agencies:
    • Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools;
    • New England Association of Schools and Colleges;
    • North Central Association of Colleges and Schools;
    • Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities;
    • Southern Association of Colleges and Schools; or
    • Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
      • The university must be considered equivalent to a university referred to in number 1.
  4. In a country other than Canada, an acceptable university is one that is authorized to confer academic degrees under the laws of jurisdiction in which it operates. Typically, in the case of a country that is a member of the Commonwealth, the university is eligible for membership in the Association of Commonwealth Universities. For all other countries, eligibility for membership in the International Association of Universities is expected. A university must be considered equivalent to an institution referred to in number 1.

Accessibility Admissions

Canadian citizens and permanent residents who are Indigenous, members of visible minorities or persons with a disability are encouraged to apply.

If you meet the minimum admission requirements and feel you have been academically disadvantaged, outline your reasons in a personal statement and you will be individually reviewed. If you have less than 70% on your top 10 full university credits, you will not be considered under the Accessibility Policy.

If you are admitted under this policy and meet the initial admission requirements, you are required to meet the same progression and graduation standards as other students.

English-Language Proficiency Requirement

If English is not your first language (learned and spoken in the home), you must submit evidence of English‑language proficiency via Secure Applicant Messaging (SAM). Please read our General English-Language Policy.

Teacher Education is a professional program that requires an outstanding command of spoken and written English. For this reason, Brock University reserves the right to request an English-language proficiency test result where it is believed one is warranted. You may upload your test result using Secure Applicant Messaging (SAM). You may be required to withdraw from the program if, after admission, you show an inadequate command of the English language.

Applicants with International Documents

To apply with international documents, read Brock University’s important information and instructions.

Important Dates

December 1, 2019

  • Submit the TEAS application to the OUAC.
  • Request official transcripts from all Ontario postsecondary institutions you attend(ed) using a TEAS online transcript request and submit it with the TEAS application.
    • You must use the “Immediate” option when ordering this transcript.
    • Brock graduates who apply to Brock University do not need to order or send Brock transcripts.

Notes:

  • Payment of the TEAS fee and the non-refundable Brock supplementary $65 service fee is due by the application deadline.
  • The OUAC forwards the application once the application and supplementary fees are paid; therefore, if you make a payment close to the December 1 deadline please consider your payment method and the processing time.

December 13, 2019

  • Submit all other transcripts ordered directly from postsecondary institutions (that cannot be requested online via a TEAS online transcript request).
  • Submit the English‑Language Proficiency Test (if required).
  • Submit course descriptions clarifying course titles that are not effective indicators of teaching subjects via my.brocku.ca after Brock receives the TEAS application from the OUAC.
  • For Junior/Intermediate (B20) and Intermediate/Senior (B30) applicants only:
    • Teachable subject credits that are not completed by this deadline must show as “in progress” on the transcript submitted at the time of application.
    • Indicating on the TEAS application that you are registered in a course is not sufficient proof.
    • It is your responsibility to ensure that “in progress” courses show on the transcript your institution sends.

December 31, 2019

Minimum Admission Requirements for Entry

Enrollment in the Faculty of Education is limited. Satisfying the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission. The minimum admission requirements for consideration are:

  1. A minimum “B” average, equivalent to 70% at Brock, based on the best 10 full undergraduate degree-level credits (not including college diploma transfer credits). These 10 credits must be complete at the time of application. The academic average accounts for 50% of the admission decision.
    • A full undergraduate university (degree-level) credit is the equivalent of 1 academic year of study. For example, a full university course normally runs from September to April, or it is the equivalent of 2 semester-long courses.
    • Only those credits completed at the undergraduate degree level within an acceptable undergraduate degree program are used to calculate admission averages and satisfy teaching subject requirements. College diploma credits assigned as advanced standing in a degree program are not used for these purposes.
    • Applicants who have successfully completed an Early Child Education diploma as part of a degree-completion pathway will be considered with a minimum of 8.0 university-level courses at the time of application for the Primary/Junior Division. In these cases, the overall diploma average will be calculated and used in place of the missing credits toward the weighted average calculation.
  2. For Junior/Intermediate (B20) and Intermediate/Senior (B30) applicants, completion of appropriate teachable subject credits.
  3. Two 100-hour teaching-related experiences, as submitted on the Experience Profile. The Experience Profile accounts for 50% of the admission decision.
  4. Completion of a recognized and acceptable degree by April 2020.

Some preference is given to applicants with graduate‑level qualifications.

General Guidelines for Teaching-Related Experiences

Primary/Junior (B10) and Junior/Intermediate (B20) applicants: You should have some experience working with children and youth of the age group in the program you apply to.

Intermediate/Senior (B30) applicants: We recommend having some experience in one of your teaching subjects.

Office of the Registrar – Admissions
Brock University
1812 Sir Isaac Brock Way
St. Catharines ON  L2S 3A1

Telephone: 905-688-5550, ext. 4293
Email: futurestudent@brocku.ca

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Admission Information

B10 – Primary/Junior

You are encouraged to have an area of concentration related to school curriculum. Some preference is given to Primary/Junior (B10) applicants with a major in Child and Youth Studies.

Preference is given to Primary/Junior (B10) applicants who, at the time of application, present completed university degree-level courses (half- or full-credit) in 1 or more of the following: Mathematics, Science and/or English.

B20 – Junior/Intermediate

Teaching Subjects:
Dramatic Arts (135)
English (319)
French as a Second Language (325)
Geography (740)
Health and Physical Education (860)
History (750)
Mathematics (652)
Music – Vocal (159)
Science – General (430)
Visual Arts (190)

Important:

  • You must have the equivalent of at least 3 full undergraduate credits, averaging 70%, in 1 of the teaching subject areas.
  • At least 1 full undergraduate credit must be at the second-year level or above.
  • At a minimum, 2 out of 3 teaching subject credits must be completed by December 13, 2019. Credits completed after April 2020 are not considered.
    • Teachable subject credits that are not completed by the application deadline must show as “in progress” on the transcript you submit when you apply.

Preference is given to Junior/Intermediate (B20) applicants who, at the time of application, present completed university degree-level courses (half- or full-credit) in 1 or more of the following: Mathematics, Science and/or English.

Junior/Intermediate (B20) applicants normally practice teach at the Grade 4-8 levels. Placements at the high school level (Grades 9 and 10) will be made only under special circumstances.

B30 – Intermediate/Senior

Teaching Subjects:
Dramatic Arts (135)
English (319)
French as a Second Language (325)
Geography (740)
Health and Physical Education (860)
History (750)
Mathematics (652)
Science – Biology (412)
Science – Chemistry (420)
Science – General (430)
Science – Physics (470)
Visual Arts (190)

Important:

  • You must have the equivalent of at least 5 full undergraduate credits, averaging 70%, in 1 teaching subject area and 3 full undergraduate credits, averaging 70%, in a second teaching subject area.
  • For the first teaching subject, at least 3 of the 5 undergraduate credits must be at the second-year university level or higher.
  • For the second teaching subject, at least 1 of the 3 undergraduate credits must be at the second-year university level or higher.
  • At minimum, 3 out of 5 first teaching subject credits must be completed by December 13, 2019. At minimum, 2 out of 3 second teaching subject credits must be completed by December 13, 2019. Credits completed after April 2020 are not considered.
    • Teaching subject credits that are not completed by the application deadline must show as “in progress” on the transcript you submit when you apply.

Due to limited capacity, not all subjects may be offered in any year and, given the Faculty’s need to respond to teacher shortages, special priority may be given to areas of high need.

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Clarification of Teaching Subjects

In most cases, only courses eligible to meet requirements for major programs can be counted in support of teaching subject areas.

Dramatic Arts, Intermediate/Senior and Junior/Intermediate

  • Undergraduate course credits in creativity-based practical work with a reflective component are required (e.g., Acting, Performance, Production).
  • For a first or a second teaching subject, a maximum of 1 undergraduate credit in theory-based courses, the History of Theatre, Drama or Dramatic Literature is allowed.

English, Intermediate/Senior

  • As a first teaching subject, a minimum of 1 undergraduate credit in English Literature or Poetry is required. The remaining 4 credits can be a combination of Literature, Poetry and Writing.
  • At least 1 undergraduate credit in Canadian content is preferred.
  • As a second teaching subject, a minimum of 1 undergraduate credit in English Literature or Poetry is required. The remaining 2 credits can be a combination of Literature, Poetry and Writing.
  • At least 1 undergraduate credit in Canadian content is preferred.
  • Note: Credits completed in English as a Second Language courses are not acceptable. In cases where this is not clear, Brock University has the right to request course descriptions.

English, Junior/Intermediate

  • A minimum of 1 undergraduate credit in English Literature or Poetry is required. The remaining 2 credits can be a combination of Literature, Poetry and Writing.
  • At least 1 undergraduate credit in Canadian content is preferred.
  • Note: Credits completed in English as a Second Language courses are not acceptable. In cases where this is not clear, Brock University has the right to request course descriptions.

French as a Second Language, Intermediate/Senior and Junior/Intermediate

  • As a first or second teaching subject, a minimum of 2 undergraduate credits must be in Grammar/Composition, and must be taught in the French language.
  • A maximum of 1 undergraduate credit may be in Translation.
  • Introductory-level language courses are not considered toward teaching subject requirements.

Geography, Intermediate/Senior and Junior/Intermediate

  • As a first or second teaching subject, you must have 0.5 of an undergraduate credit in Canadian Geography.
    Note: This Canadian Geography credit must fall under the Geography department listing in the appropriate course calendar, or be cross-listed as a Geography credit.
  • A maximum of 1 undergraduate credit in Earth Sciences/Environmental Studies is allowed.

Health and Physical Education, Intermediate/Senior

As a first teaching subject, you must present the equivalent of 2 undergraduate Physical Education credits that are action-based; 2 Health Studies undergraduate credits; and 1 undergraduate credit from Kinesiology, Health Studies or Physical Education.

Examples of Brock action-based courses include:

  • KINE 1P93
  • KINE 2F00
  • KINE 2P00
  • KINE 2P03
  • KINE 2P06
  • KINE 2P92
  • KINE 3P00
  • KINE 3P03
  • KINE 3P06
  • KINE 3P13
  • KINE 3P16
  • KINE 3P91
  • KINE 4P00

As a second teaching subject, you must present 2 undergraduate Physical Education credits that are action-based and 1 undergraduate credit in Health Studies.

Health and Physical Education, Junior/Intermediate

You must present 2 undergraduate Physical Education credits that are action-based and 1 undergraduate credit in Health Studies.

Examples of Brock action-based courses include:

  • KINE 1P93
  • KINE 2F00
  • KINE 2P00
  • KINE 2P03
  • KINE 2P06
  • KINE 2P92
  • KINE 3P00
  • KINE 3P03
  • KINE 3P06
  • KINE 3P13
  • KINE 3P16
  • KINE 3P91
  • KINE 4P00

History, Intermediate/Senior and Junior/Intermediate

As a first or second teaching subject, your credits must meet the following requirements:

  • 1 undergraduate credit in Canadian History; and
  • a maximum of 1 undergraduate credit in the History of Art or Greek/Roman Civilization is allowed.
    • All remaining History credits, including the Canadian History credit, must fall under the History department listing in the appropriate course calendar, or be cross-listed as a History credit.
    • Canadian Politics and Canadian Studies courses are not acceptable.

Mathematics, Intermediate/Senior

  • As a first teaching subject, a maximum of 2 undergraduate credits in Statistics are allowed.
  • As a second teaching subject, a maximum of 1 undergraduate credit in Statistics is allowed.
  • Courses in Mathematics, Actuarial Science, Applied Mathematics, Engineering Sciences and Mathematical Economics are considered.

Mathematics, Junior/Intermediate

  • A maximum of 1 undergraduate credit in Statistics is allowed.

Music – Vocal, Junior/Intermediate

  • A maximum of 1 undergraduate credit from the History of Music is allowed.

Science – Biology, Intermediate/Senior

  • As a first or second teaching subject, a maximum of 1 undergraduate credit in Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry or Biomechanics is allowed.
  • Courses in Biology, Biophysics, Botany, Environmental Science, Microbiology, Neuroscience, Plant Science, Zoology, Immunology and Genetics are considered.

Science – Chemistry, Intermediate/Senior

For a first or second teaching subject, Chemical Engineering and Biochemistry courses are accepted. Pharmacology credits are not accepted.

Science – General, Intermediate/Senior

For a first teaching subject, your credits must include:

  • Three undergraduate credits from Biology, Chemistry or Physics (including Astronomy) with a minimum of 2 credits in one subject and 1 credit in one of the remaining subjects.
  • The remaining 2 credits may be from Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Earth Sciences, Environmental Science, Neuroscience, Zoology, Applied Chemistry or Health Sciences.

If you declare Science – General as your first teaching subject, and wish to declare Physics, Chemistry or Biology as a second teaching subject, you may only do so using a Science credit that you did not use for the Science – General teaching subject. For example: Science – General using 2 biology credits and 1 chemistry credit; neither Biology nor Chemistry may be declared.

For a second teaching subject, your credits must include:

  • Two undergraduate credits in 1 subject must be from Biology, Chemistry or Physics (including Astronomy).
  • The remaining credit may be from one of these subjects not used or from Earth Sciences or Environmental Science.

If you wish to declare Physics, Chemistry or Biology as a first teaching subject, you may only do so if the science subject is not used for the Science – General teaching subject.

Science – General, Junior/Intermediate

  • Two undergraduate credits in 1 subject must be from Biology, Chemistry or Physics (including Astronomy).
  • The remaining credit may be from one of these subjects not used or from Earth Sciences, Environmental Science, Neuroscience, Zoology, Applied Chemistry or Health Sciences.

Science – Physics, Intermediate/Senior

The following requirements apply for a first teaching subject:

  • All 5 undergraduate credits must be in Physics related to:
    • forces and motion;
    • energy, work, power, matter and energy;
    • waves – light and sound;
    • electricity, magnetism, gravitation; and
    • hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Courses in Physics, Biophysics, Engineering Science, Geophysics and Astrophysics are considered, as long as they meet the aforementioned criteria.
  • A maximum of 1 credit in Astronomy is allowed.

The following requirements apply for a second teaching subject:

  • All 3 undergraduate credits must be from the subject areas listed under “first teaching subject” (1 undergraduate credit in Astronomy is allowed).

Visual Arts, Intermediate/Senior and Junior/Intermediate

  • Studio-based course credits are required (e.g., Painting, Sculpture, Printmaking, Drawing).
  • A maximum of 1 undergraduate credit from Film, Photography, Architecture, Fashion or History of Art is allowed.
Note: In general, it is best that you present a course credit from the teaching subject in question in order for it to be eligible for consideration toward a particular teaching subject (i.e., if your teaching subject is mathematics, a course in political statistics will generally not be recognized).

In most cases, only courses eligible to meet requirements for major programs can be counted in support of teaching subjects. If you are using a course taken through a different department, or not clearly labelled as the specified teaching subject, you must indicate the course content using the Clarification of Teachable Subjects form, supplemented by calendar descriptions and course outlines, when necessary. This Clarification of Teachable Subjects form is accessible through your Brock student portal, after you submit your application.

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Technological Education Teacher Education Program

Program Description

Brock University’s Consecutive Technological Education Teacher Education program (Bachelor or Certificate of Education) provides candidates with the professional education necessary to become certified teachers in Ontario. Intakes begin in January and July each year. The program is 16 months in duration and is comprised of 4 terms. Portions of the program are taught in a classroom, while other courses are taught through distance/e-learning. This arrangement may allow you to continue working while completing the program.

This program is offered at the Hamilton campus only.

Successful completion of this program will award a single-subject, BBT basic qualification in Grades 9 and 10, and Grades 11 and 12, allowing you to teach at the secondary level in your area of expertise.

Clarification of Broad-Based Technology (BBT) Teaching Subjects Offered

(Grades 9 and 10; Grades 11 and 12)

  • Communications Technology
  • Computer Technology
  • Construction Technology
  • Green Industries
  • Hairstyling and Aesthetics
  • Health Care
  • Hospitality and Tourism
  • Manufacturing Technology
  • Technological Design
  • Transportation Technology

Here are some of the related trades and professions recognized within each BBT. Only those trades or professions listed can be accommodated in Brock University’s program, although not all subject areas may be offered each year since demand within the technological education field fluctuates. Offers of admission are made to reflect demand.

Communications Technology includes the study of electronic, live and graphic communications.

  • Graphic artist/designer technician/technologist – diploma/degree
  • Photography technician/technologist – diploma/degree
  • Radio and television arts technician/technologist – diploma/degree

Computer Technology includes the study of Computer Technology Fundamentals, including the systems required to initiate hardware solutions; maintain, troubleshoot and service computers; and participate in software implementation as well as computer programming.

  • Computer engineering technician/technologist – diploma/degree
  • Electronics engineering technician/technologist – diploma/degree

Construction Technology includes the study of residential, commercial, industrial and other built environments, including the systems required to maintain and service them.

  • Cabinet maker – certification/diploma
  • Electrician construction and maintenance – certification
  • General carpenter – certification
  • Refrigeration and air conditioning – certification/diploma

Green Industries includes areas of study covering the following sectors: Agriculture, forestry, horticulture and landscaping.

  • Agriculture – diploma/degree
  • Horticulturalist – certification/diploma
  • Landscape technician designer – diploma/diploma

Hairstyling and Aesthetics includes the study of hairstyling and aesthetics.

  • Hairstylist – certification

Health Care includes the study of child development, gerontology and health care.

  • Registered Nurse/Registered Practical Nurse – diploma/degree

Hospitality and Tourism includes the study of food preparation and other hospitality issues.

  • Baker Patisserie – certification
  • Chef – certification
  • Cook BR.2 – certification

Manufacturing Technology includes the study of product design, process and production planning, manufacturing processes and quality control.

  • CNC/Robotics
  • General machinist – certification
  • Industrial mechanic millwright – certification
  • Tool and die maker – certification
  • Welding/fabrication – certification

Technological Design includes the in-depth study of a variety of design processes that may be used in solving technological challenges in the fields of architecture, communications, construction, hospitality, manufacturing, electronics and transportation. It also includes the development of industrial and commercial products and services, as well as health, safety and environmental systems.

  • Architectural design technologist – diploma/degree
  • Electro-mechanical engineering design technologist– diploma/degree
  • Interior designer – diploma/degree
  • Mechanical engineering design technologist – diploma/degree

Transportation Technology includes the study of transportation from the point of view of personal transportation, mass transit systems and the transportation of people and materials.

  • Autobody and collision damage repairer BR.1 – certification
  • Automotive service technician – certification
  • Aviation – certification
  • Marine – certification
  • Truck and coach technician – certification

Program Codes and Admission Guidelines

B80 Degree Applicants: Applicants must present a general degree from a recognized university or postsecondary degree-granting institution. The degree must be conferred no later than January for the July start, or June for the January start.

B82 Non-Degree Applicants: Applicants must present, at a minimum, an acceptable combination of Skilled Trade qualification and paid wage-earning experience related to the Broad-Based Technology (BBT) (requirements listed under 2a-e in the following section).

In addition, both B80 and B82 applicants must meet the following minimum admission requirements:

  1. Proof of competence, advanced knowledge and skill in the BBT subject you select. Competence will be determined by members of the Faculty of Education Technological Education department using documentation provided and, if applicable, an interview.
  2. One of the following:
    1. A Certificate of Qualification (CofQ) in a Skilled Trade and a secondary school diploma with a minimum of 5 years of paid wage-earning experience related to the Broad-Based Technology (BBT) subject you will be qualified to teach. A list of BBT areas can be found under Clarification of Broad-Based Technology (BBT) Teaching Subjects Offered; or
    2. A secondary school diploma with a minimum of 5 years of paid wage-earning experience related to the BBT subject you will be qualified in (extenuating circumstances may be considered); or
    3. A 2-year college diploma along with a minimum of 3 years of wage-earning experience. The diploma must be in the same area as the BBT subject you will be qualified to teach. The wage-earning experience must be completed in a minimum of 4 months of continuous paid work experience, in the same area as the BBT subject you will be qualified in; or
    4. A 3-year college advanced diploma along with a minimum of 2 years of wage-earning experience directly related to the BBT subject you will be qualified to teach. The advanced diploma must be in the same area as the BBT subject you will be qualified to teach. The wage-earning experience must be completed in a minimum of 4 months of continuous paid work experience or
    5. A university or college degree along with a minimum of 2 years of wage-earning experience. The degree must be in the same area as the BBT subject you will be qualified to teach. The wage-earning experience must be completed in a minimum of 4 months of continuous paid work experience.
  3. For recognized and/or regulated trades associated with construction, hairstyling and aesthetics services, hospitality and tourism, manufacturing, and transportation: Formal education, proof of competence (Certificate of Qualification) and evidence of skilled wage-earning work experience in one of the areas listed under your broad-based technology.
  4. For communications technology, computer technology, green industries, health care and technological design: Certification and/or equivalent technical education proving competence, as well as skilled wage-earning work experience in one of the areas listed under your broad-based technology.
  5. If your first language is not English (learned and spoken in the home) you will be required to submit proof of English-language proficiency necessary for entry to the teaching profession. Studying in an English-language school system does not exempt applicants from this requirement. Read more about English-language proficiency.
  6. Canadian citizens and permanent residents who are Indigenous, members of visible minorities or persons with a disability are encouraged to apply.

Note: Our program is competitive, and admission is not guaranteed with attainment of minimum admission requirements. You should be aware that the process of applying and collecting appropriate supporting documents will take upwards of 10 to 20 hours.

Definition of a Recognized University or Postsecondary Degree-Granting Institution

  1. In Canada, an acceptable university is one that is authorized to confer academic degrees under the laws of jurisdiction in which it operates.
  2. In Canada, an acceptable college is one that is authorized to confer degrees under the laws of jurisdiction in which it operates; the college must be publicly funded.
  3. In the United States, a university must be recognized by one of the following regional accreditation agencies: Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools; New England Association of Schools and Colleges; North Central Association of Colleges and Schools; Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities; Southern Association of Colleges and Schools; or Western Association of Schools and Colleges. The university must be considered equivalent to a university referred to in section “1”.
  4. In a country other than Canada or the United States, a university must be considered equivalent to an institution referred to in section “1”. Typically, in the case of a country that is a member of the Commonwealth, this would also mean the university is eligible for membership in the Association of Commonwealth Universities. For all other countries, eligibility for membership in the International Association of Universities would be expected.

Submission of Documents

As a Technological Education Teacher Education applicant, you will be required to submit the following documents:

  • Academic postsecondary transcripts (including English translations where necessary) from all postsecondary institutions attended
  • Resumé
  • High school transcript (if a non-degree applicant)
  • Certificate(s) of Qualification (if applicable)
  • Proof of Wage-Earning Experience Summary Chart (available on the Consecutive Technological Education website to be completed and uploaded to the student portal)
  • Proof of wage-earning experience (we encourage you to submit as much work experience as possible)
  • Statement of intent/interest (in 500 words or less, explain why you are interested in becoming a Technological Education teacher)
  • Copy of Record of Landing if not a Canadian citizen
  • Evidence of English proficiency (TOEFL or IELTS) for all applicants whose first language is not English

You can submit supporting documents using Secure Applicant Messaging (SAM) in your TEAS application.

July 2020 Intake

Important Deadlines: March 1 and March 13, 2020

  1. December 15, 2019: The OUAC TEAS application for the Technological Teacher Education program opens.
  2. March 1, 2020: Deadline to submit the OUAC TEAS application for the Technological Teacher Education program, the TEAS application service fee and the Brock supplementary $65 non-refundable service fee.
  3. March 13, 2020: Deadline to submit official/final educational transcripts, proof of English proficiency (if applicable) and all other supporting documents as requested by Brock.

January 2021 Intake

Important Deadlines: June 6 and June 12, 2020

  1. April 1, 2020: The OUAC TEAS application for the Technological Teacher Education program opens.
  2. June 6, 2020: Deadline to submit the OUAC TEAS application for the Technological Teacher Education program, the TEAS application service fee and the Brock supplementary $65 non-refundable service fee.
  3. June 12, 2020: Deadline to submit official/final educational transcripts, proof of English proficiency (if applicable) and all other supporting documents as requested by Brock.

Official/Final Transcripts

If you completed a degree or diploma at an Ontario university or College of Applied Arts and Technology, order your official/final transcript by completing a TEAS online transcript request and submitting it with the TEAS application. Use the “immediate” option when ordering this transcript. If you are currently completing studies, choose the “final” option (after your degree/diploma is conferred).

All other degree and/or diploma transcripts completed at an institution other than an Ontario university or College of Applied Arts and Technology should be ordered and sent directly from the postsecondary institution to Brock University – Attention Office of the Registrar, Teacher Education Admissions. If you have already completed your studies, have the transcript(s) sent immediately. If you are currently completing studies, arrange to have your transcript sent upon completion of studies. Your transcript should indicate “degree/diploma conferred”.

For any issues with submitting the final transcript showing “degree/diploma conferred”, email an Admissions representative.

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Contact Information

Office of the Registrar – Admissions
Brock University
1812 Sir Isaac Brock Way
St. Catharines ON  L2S 3A1

Telephone: 905‑688‑5550, ext. 4293
Email: futurestudent@brocku.ca

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