Undergraduate Admission, Queen's University, Canada

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Concurrent Education

[Con-Ed student]

Bachelor of Arts, Honours (BAH/BEd)
OUAC code:
QB (Kingston Campus)
QIB (Bader International Study Centre, UK Campus)

Bachelor of Science, Honours (BScH/BeD)
OUAC code:
QF (Kingston Campus)
QIF (Bader International Study Centre, UK Campus)

Bachelor of Fine Art (Visual), Honours (BFAH/BEd)
OUAC code: QTT

Bachelor of Music (BMus/BEd)
OUAC code: QMM

Bachelor of Science, Honours, in Kinesiology (BScH/BEd)
OUAC code: QKF

Designed to allow students to enter the job market earlier – within 5 years + 1 summer.

Within one year of graduation over 80% of graduates are employed as teachers. 

The Queen's education degree is widely accepted across Canada and worldwide for teacher certification. 

Why Study ConEd at Queen's

Popularly known as ConEd, Concurrent Education is a program for high school graduates with a passion for teaching and learning. From your first day at Queen's, you will work on two degrees: one in Arts, Science (including Kinesiology), Music or Fine Art (Visual Art), and a Queen's Bachelor of Education. You may also decide to study your first year at Bader College in East Sussex, England

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[Faculty of Education students]

  • In addition to teaching in elementary and secondary schools: 
  • Children's services
  • Communications, media and publishing
  • Community development
  • Educational technology
  • International Education
  • Curriculum development
  • Educational technology
  • Outdoor education
  • Professional development training 
  • Public relations
  • Teaching - adult, college, early childhood education, and ESL

Learn by Doing

You will complete placements in traditional classrooms and education-related settings, gaining work experience alongside other education professionals. The final (Bachelor of Education) year of the ConEd program also includes a three week alternative practicum that is completed outside a regular classroom setting and can be anywhere in the world as long as it is related to the program. Queen's offers travel fellowships to support alternative practicum placements abroad. There are also opportunities for professional development through workshops and the Queen's Conference on Education.

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