Pursuing a Bachelor of Education degree at Manitoba's only research-intensive university will prepare you to become a successful K-12 teacher.
A Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) at the University of Manitoba is an after-degree program. It is a two-year program that follows the completion of a first bachelor's degree*.
Click here for detailed information about the B.Ed. program.
*Your first university degree and the courses you have taken must meet the B.Ed. admissions requirements.
The B.Ed. program offers stream options that allow you to choose the age group you want to learn to teach. The streams available include:
It also offers practicum school experience options including: urban, rural, French immersion, northern and international settings.
Interesting courses and unique opportunities
Our program includes courses that focus on areas such as Indigenous knowledge and curriculum, inclusive education, cross-cultural education, technology, second-language education, education for sustainable development and curriculum areas in sciences, arts, social studies, languages, math, human ecology and physical education.
Our Faculty of Education is located on the Fort Garry Campus where numerous campus-wide resources are available to students.
Additionally, the Faculty of Education provides B.Ed. students with:
Teaching is an exciting profession, extending across many areas of employment.
Under the current collective agreement, provincially certified teachers working full-time qualify for a minimum starting wage of at least $56,000.
Additionally, teaching can offer a lifestyle conducive to work-life balance while continuing professional development. Explore some career options on the following links:
Note: Additional training may be necessary for some of these positions.
Visit the application for admission page to learn about admission requirements, application dates and how to apply.
Faculty of Education