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University of Alberta Calendar 2021-2022 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Education Chart 4 Requirements for Minor Teaching Subject in the Secondary After Degree Education Route



Art (★18)

★6 in Visual Fundamentals
★12 from Art, Design, Art History/History of Art, Design and Visual Culture or Art/Design-related Human Ecology courses

Notes

HADVC 301, 309, and 456 are recommended.
Students must take EDSE 313 which is normally offered in the Fall Term only.

Biological Sciences (★18)

★6 Biology
★12 Biological Sciences including:
Anatomy, Animal Sciences, Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, Biology, Botany, Cell Biology, Ecology, Entomology, Environmental Studies, Environmental and Conservation Sciences [Arts or Science], Genetics, Histology, Immunology, Marine Science, Microbiology, Paleontology, Physiology, Plant Science, Renewable Resources, Zoology

Notes

Students must take EDSE 356 which is normally offered in both the Fall and Winter Terms.
EDSE 356 is not open to students whose major is Biological Sciences, Chemistry, General Sciences, Physical Sciences or USS-CCRF-2003 Physics. These students must either choose to register for another EDSE (Minor) provided they meet the course prerequisites, OR register in an additional Education Elective.

Career and Technology Studies: Business, Administration, Finance (BIT) (★18)

★3 EDSE 495
★6 in accounting, business law, or any other business-related courses including business computing
★9 Computing Science, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Management Information Systems, EDCT 400 (Communication Technology) or Senior Level EDIT.

Note

Students must take EDSE 318 which is normally offered in the Fall Term only.

Advanced Standing may be granted for relevant provincial and federal journey certification, degree, or two-year certificate or diploma programs in Career and Technology minor categories. Contact the Department of Secondary Education for more information.

Career and Technology Studies: Communication Arts (MDC) (★18)

★3 EDSE 495
★3 EDCT 400 (Communication Technology)
★12 in Art, Art History/History of Art, Design and Visual Culture, Design, Drama, Film Studies, Music or Senior Level EDCT or EDIT

Note

Students must take EDSE 318 which is normally offered in the Fall Term only.

Advanced Standing may be granted for relevant provincial and federal journey certification, degree, or two-year certificate or diploma programs in Career and Technology minor categories. Contact the Department of Secondary Education for more information.

Career and Technology Studies: Computing Science (BIT) (★18)

★3 EDSE 495
★6 in introductory computing science
★6 Senior level computing science (Recommended CMPUT 201, 204, 229, 272 or 291)
★3 Senior level computing science or Senior Level EDCT or EDIT

Note

Students must take EDSE 318 which is normally offered in the Fall Term only.

Advanced Standing may be granted for relevant provincial and federal journey certification, degree, or two-year certificate or diploma programs in Career and Technology minor categories. Contact the Department of Secondary Education for more information.

Career and Technology Studies: Design (MDC) (★18)

★3 EDSE 495
★3 EDCT 400 (Communication Technology)
★6 Senior Level EDCT
★6 in Art (134 recommended), Design (135 recommended), EDIT 486, 488, or courses relating to textiles, apparel design, material culture (HECOL 201, 250, 333, 354, 454, 464 recommended)

Note

Students must take EDSE 318 which is normally offered in the Fall Term only

Advanced Standing may be granted for relevant provincial and federal journey certification, degree, or two-year certificate or diploma programs in Career and Technology minor categories. Contact the Department of Secondary Education for more information.

Career and Technology Studies: Health (HRH) (★18)

★3 EDSE 495
★3 Human Sexuality
★12 chosen from Nutrition and Food Studies, Family Finance, Health Education, Health Team Development, Human Ecology, or Intimate Relationships. (HE ED 110, 120, 320; HECOL 210, 321; INT D 410; NU FS 100, 200, 223, 363 recommended)

Note

Students must take EDSE 318 which is normally offered in the Fall Term only.

Advanced Standing may be granted for relevant provincial and federal journey certification, degree, or two-year certificate or diploma programs in Career and Technology minor categories. Contact the Department of Secondary Education for more information.

Career and Technology Studies: Human Sciences (HRH) (★18)

★3 EDSE 495
★3 Nutrition
★12 from Human Ecology, Health Education, Nutrition and Food Studies, Agricultural and Resource Economics, Environmental and Conservation Sciences or EDCT. (AREC 173; EDCT 400; HECOL 170, 201, 250, 254, 268, 270, 321, 322, 354, 360; NU FS 100, 200, 223, 263 recommended)

Note

Students must take EDSE 318 which is normally offered in the Fall Term only.

Advanced Standing may be granted for relevant provincial and federal journey certification, degree, or two-year certificate or diploma programs in Career and Technology minor categories. Contact the Department of Secondary Education for more information.

Career and Technology Studies: Media (MDC) (★18)

★3 EDSE 495
★3 EDCT 400 (Communication Technology)
★6 CMPUT 174, 175, 206, 229, 250 or equivalent
★6 Senior level EDCT or EDIT or equivalent

Note

Students must take EDSE 318 which is normally offered in the Fall Term only.

Advanced Standing may be granted for relevant provincial and federal journey certification, degree, or two-year certificate or diploma programs in Career and Technology minor categories. Contact the Department of Secondary Education for more information.

Career and Technology Studies: Natural Resources (NAT) (★18)

★3 EDSE 495
★6 Senior Level EDCT
★9 chosen from Biology, Botany, Environmental and Conservation Sciences, Forestry or Renewable Resources

Note

Students must take EDSE 318 which is normally offered in the Fall Term only.

Advanced Standing may be granted for relevant provincial and federal journey certification, degree, or two-year certificate or diploma programs in Career and Technology minor categories. Contact the Department of Secondary Education for more information.

Career and Technology Studies: Recreation (HRH) (★18)

★3 EDSE 495
★3 HE ED 110 or equivalent
★12 chosen from Physical Education, Recreation and Leisure Studies (PERLS) or Recreation and Leisure Studies (RLS)

Note

Students must take EDSE 318 which is normally offered in the Fall Term only.

Advanced Standing may be granted for relevant provincial and federal journey certification, degree, or two-year certificate or diploma programs in Career and Technology minor categories. Contact the Department of Secondary Education for more information.

Career and Technology Studies: Trades, Manufacturing, and Transportation (TMT) (★18)

★3 EDSE 495
★3 EDCT 400 Design Studies
★3 EDCT 400 Construction Technology
★3 EDCT 400 Mechanics
★3 EDCT 400 Fabrication Studies
★3 Senior Level EDCT

Notes

  • Advanced Standing may be granted for relevant provincial and federal journey certification, degree, or two-year certificate or diploma programs in all Career and Technology minor categories. Contact the Department of Secondary Education for more information.
  • Students must take EDSE 318 which is normally offered in the Fall Term only.

Chemistry (★18)

★6 Chemistry
★12 Chemistry (including Biochemistry; Chemistry; Earth and Atmospheric Sciences; Environmental and Conservation Sciences; Pharmacology; Physics; Renewable Resources)

Notes

Students must take EDSE 356 which is normally offered in both the Fall and Winter Terms.
EDSE 356 is not open to students whose major is Biological Sciences, Chemistry, General Sciences, Physical Sciences or Physics. These students must either chose to register for another EDSE (Minor) provided they meet the course prerequisites, OR register in an additional Education Elective.

Drama (★18)

★3 focus on scripted work (play analysis, scene study)
★3 focus on dramatic process
★3 theatre history or theory (maximum 3 credits permitted in theatre history/theory)
★3 oral communication, voice and speech
★3 performer created theater
★3 from drama (e.g. scene study/directing/tech. theatre/performer created/playwriting); or drama education (EDSE 424, EDEL 411, or drama-based EDSE 401) or dance.

Note

Students must take EDSE 323 which is normally offered in the Fall Term only.

English as a Second Language (★18)

★18 Linguistics or related areas (including second language pedagogy, teaching reading, intercultural communication, bilingualism, etc.). Up to ★6 may be in the study of cultural diversity or a language other than English.

Notes

LING 101 is a prerequisite for many of the course selections for the ESL minor.
Students must take EDSE 369 which is normally offered in the Fall Term only.

English Language Arts (★18)

★6 Junior English or ★3 JR ENGL and ★3 Writing Studies
★9 from Senior English, Senior Comparative Literature, Film Studies, or Library & Information Studies
★3 in senior level Composition and Language
NOTES: No more than ★12 in this Minor may be taken at the 100-level and no more than ★6 of the ★12 credits in 100 level English.

Note

Students must take EDSE 328 which is normally offered in the Fall and Winter Terms.

General Sciences (★18)

★6 Biology and/or Anatomy, Animal Sciences, Bioinformatics, Botany, Cell Biology, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Entomology, Environmental and Conservation Sciences (Science), Forestry, Genetics, Histology, Immunology, Marine Science, Microbiology, Paleontology, Pharmacology, Physiology, Plant Science, Renewable Resources, Soil Science, Zoology
★6 Chemistry and/or Biochemistry
★6 Physics and/or Mathematical Physics, Mathematical Sciences, Mathematics, Physics courses from the Engineering discipline

Notes

Students must take EDSE 356 which is normally offered in both the Fall and Winter Terms.
EDSE 356 is not open to students whose major is Biological Sciences, Chemistry, General Sciences, Physical Sciences or Physics. These students must either choose to register for another EDSE (Minor) provided that they meet the course prerequisite, OR register in an additional Education Elective.

Health Education (★18)

This minor is intended for individuals who are interested in teaching the Junior High (grades 7-9) Health Education curriculum.

★6 HEALTH: Health Education, Health Team, Human Sexuality, Nutrition, Sociology of Leisure courses from Education, Community Studies, Sociology, Nursing, Human Ecology, Physical Education and applicable other disciplines.
★6 RELATIONSHIPS: Counselling, Community Studies, Hope and Helping, Familial and Interpersonal Relationships, Family Dynamics from Education, Community Studies, Sociology, Psychology, Nursing, Human Ecology, Physical Education and applicable other disciplines.
★6 FINANCES: Career Counselling, Family Economics from Sociology, Psychology, Nursing, Human Ecology, Economics, Physical Education and applicable other disciplines

Note

Students must take EDSE 333 which is normally offered in the Fall Term only.

Interdisciplinary Studies: Social Sciences (★18)

★9 chosen from one of the following areas:

  • Anthropology
  • Classics [also Greek and Latin]
  • Economics
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Sociology
  • Women’s and Gender Studies

★6 chosen from another of the above listed areas

★3 chosen from:

  • Another of the above listed areas OR any other course that is not included as part of the chosen major subject area.

Notes

Students must take EDSE 305 which is normally offered in both the Fall and Winter Terms.
This minor is only open to students who are in the BEd Secondary Route, After-Degree program.

Mathematics (★18)

★3 Linear Algebra
★3 Calculus
★3 Discrete Mathematics/Abstract Algebra/Ring Theory/ Graph Theory/Group Theory
★3 Geometry
★3 Statistics
★3 chosen from Math, Physics, or Computing Science

Notes

MATH 160 and MATH 260 cannot be used in the MATH minor in any category
Students must take EDSE 338 which is normally offered in both the Fall and Winter Terms.

Music: Wind Band (★18)

★3 Aural Skills and/or Keyboard
★3 Music Theory I
★3 Music Theory II
★3 Woodwind Techniques
★3 Brass Techniques
★3 Percussion Techniques

Notes

Students must complete courses in woodwind techniques (MUSIC 213), brass techniques (MUSIC 214), and percussion techniques (MUSIC 215) prior to enrolling in EDSE 344 which is normally offered in the Fall Term only.
Students are encouraged to take a conducting course (MUSIC 315) and/or a choral techniques course (MUSIC 230 or MUSIC 417) in Open Options.

Indigenous Curriculum and Pedagogy (★18)

★9 chosen from social and cultural anthropology, race and racism, kinship and social structure, health and healing, ethnographic methods, visual anthropology, history of the Native Peoples of Canada, historical perspectives in Native Studies, contemporary perspectives in Native Studies, introductory Cree, contemporary Native art, traditional cultural foundations, Aboriginal governments and politics, Aboriginal Peoples and politics in Canada
★3 chosen from anthropology and Canadian education, society and education, cross cultural studies in education, philosophy of moral education
★6 credits from education of Native Peoples in Canada and contemporary issues in the education of Native Peoples

Note

EDES 409 is a prerequisite to the APT*
* Advanced Professional Term

Physical Education (★18)

★3 Physical Movement
★3 Health Education

★12 chosen from the five Activity Dimensions from the Alberta Physical Education curriculum:

***Please Note: no more than ★3 can be selected from any one dimension.

★3 Alternative Environments: Aquatics -water adjustment, survival techniques, stroke development, snorkelling, scuba diving, water games, diving, synchronized, swimming, water safety; Water-based – canoeing, rowing, kayaking, sailing, sailboarding, water skiing; Outdoor Pursuits – hiking, backpacking, climbing rock or wall, camping winter or summer, orienteering, snowshoeing, skiing, snowboarding, skating ice or inline, horseback riding, walking, cycling, tobogganing, luge

★3 Dance: Rhythmic/Creative; Multicultural; Contemporary/Social; Jazz; Ballroom/Social; Aboriginal

★3 Games: softball, cricket or rounders, soccer, basketball, touch football, hockey-type games field, floor, ice, team handball, lacrosse (field), rugby, broomball, ringette, plastic disc games, volleyball, tennis, badminton, pickleball, table tennis, handball, netball, racquetball, squash, Asian foot volleyball, lacrosse, tchouk ball, archery, bocce, bowling, curling, golf, trapshooting, croquet, horseshoes

★3 Gymnastics: Rhythmic; Artistic; Acrobatic; Educational

★3 Individual Activities: Athletics—Track and Field - running events, jumping events, throwing events; Combatives – fencing, wrestling, self-defense, martial arts; Individual Manipulatives – juggling hand or foot, skipping; Training Programs – aerobics, rope jumping, walking, jogging, lap swimming, cycling/mountain biking, use of exercise equipment, weight training, inline skating, circuit, plyometrics, triathlon; Movement Arts - tai chi, yoga

Note

Students must take EDSE 348 which is normally offered in both the Fall and Winter Terms.

Physical Sciences (★18)

★6 Chemistry
★12 Physical Sciences chosen from Astronomy, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (Science), Environmental and Conservation Sciences, Geophysics, Mathematical Physics, Physics or Renewable Resources

Notes

Students must take EDSE 356 which is normally offered in both the Fall and Winter Terms.
EDSE 356 is not open to students whose major is Biological Sciences, Chemistry, General Sciences, Physical Sciences or Physics. These students must either choose to register for another EDSE (Minor) provided they meet the course prerequisites, OR register in an additional Education Elective.

Physics (★18)

★6 Physics
★12 Physical Sciences chosen from Astronomy, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (Science), Environmental and Conservation Sciences, Geophysics, Mathematical Physics, Physics or Renewable Resources

Notes

Students must take EDSE 356 which is normally offered in both the Fall and Winter Terms.
EDSE 356 is not open to students whose major is Biological Sciences, Chemistry, General Sciences, Physical Sciences or Physics. These students must either choose to register for another EDSE (Minor) provided they meet the course prerequisites, OR register in an additional Education Elective.

Religious and Moral Education (★18)

★15 chosen from religion, Christian theology, moral education
★3 chosen from religion, Christian theology, philosophy

Note

Students must either choose to register for another EDSE (Minor) provided that they meet the course prerequisite, OR register in an additional Education Elective.

Second Languages: Arabic (★18)

★18 in language courses including a maximum of ★9 in Literature/Culture

Notes

ARAB 111 and ARAB 112 should be taken in the first year(s) of study.
Students must take EDSE 370 which is normally offered in the Fall Term only.
EDSE 370 is not open to students whose major is a Second Language. These students must either choose to register for another EDSE (Minor) provided they meet the course prerequisites, OR register in an additional Education Elective.

Second Languages: Cree (★18)

★18 in language courses including a maximum of ★6 in Literature/Culture

Notes

Students must take EDSE 370 which is normally offered in the Fall Term only.
EDSE 370 is not open to students whose major is a Second Language. These students must either choose to register for another EDSE (Minor) provided they meet the course prerequisites, OR register in an additional Education Elective.

Second Languages: French (★18)

★18 in language courses including a maximum of ★6 in Literature/Culture

Notes

High School equivalent and/or JR [100-level] French courses do not meet requirements in the French Major or Minor
Students who have credit in French 30 should register in FREN 211, FREN 212. All others should consult the subject area advisor.
FREN 211, FREN 212 should be taken in the first year(s) of study.
Many courses offered by Faculté Saint-Jean may be credited toward the program. Consult the subject area advisor.
Students must take EDSE 370 which is normally offered in the Fall Term only.
EDSE 370 is not open to students whose major is a Second Language. These students must either choose to register for another EDSE (Minor) provided they meet the course prerequisites, OR register in an additional Education Elective.

Second Languages: German (★18)

★18 in language courses including a maximum of ★6 in Literature/Culture

Notes

Students whose major is a Second Language should consult an advisor in the Department of Secondary Education before registering in EDSE 368.
Students must take EDSE 370 which is normally offered in the Fall Term only.
EDSE 370 is not open to students whose major is a Second Language. These students must either choose to register for another EDSE (Minor) provided they meet the course prerequisites, OR register in an additional Education Elective.

Second Languages: Italian (★18)

★18 in language courses including a maximum of ★6 in Literature/Culture

Notes

Students must take EDSE 370 which is normally offered in the Fall Term only.
EDSE 370 is not open to students whose major is a Second Language. These students must either choose to register for another EDSE (Minor) provided they meet the course prerequisites, OR register in an additional Education Elective.

Second Languages: Japanese (★18)

★18 in language courses including a maximum of ★6 in Literature/Culture

Notes

Students must take EDSE 370 which is normally offered in the Fall Term only.
EDSE 370 is not open to students whose major is a Second Language. These students must either choose to register for another EDSE (Minor) provided they meet the course prerequisites, OR register in an additional Education Elective.

Second Languages: Mandarin (★18)

★18 in language courses including a maximum of ★6 in Literature/Culture

Notes

CHINA 101/CHINA 102 should be taken in the first year(s) of study.
Students must take EDSE 370 which is normally offered in the Fall Term only.
EDSE 370 is not open to students whose major is a Second Language. These students must either choose to register for another EDSE (Minor) provided they meet the course prerequisites, OR register in an additional Education Elective.

Second Languages: Spanish (★18)

★18 in language courses including a maximum of ★6 in Literature/Culture

Notes

Students must take EDSE 370 which is normally offered in the Fall Term only.
EDSE 370 is not open to students whose major is a Second Language. These students must either choose to register for another EDSE (Minor) provided they meet the course prerequisites, OR register in an additional Education Elective.

Second Languages: Ukrainian (★18)

★18 in language courses including a maximum of ★6 in Literature/Culture

Notes

Students must take EDSE 370 which is normally offered in the Fall Term only.
EDSE 370 is not open to students whose major is a Second Language. These students must either choose to register for another EDSE (Minor) provided they meet the course USS-CCRF-2003 prerequisites, OR register in an additional Education Elective.

Second Languages: Other (★18)

It may be possible to arrange a program for students who intend to teach a language other than those listed here which is offered in the school system. Interested students should consult the Second Languages Advisor.

★18 in Language courses including a maximum of ★6 in Literature/Culture

Social Studies (★18)

★6 Canadian Studies: Native/Indigenous/FNMI Studies in the context of North America strongly recommended, Canadian history, Canadian political science, Canadian economics, Francophone studies in a Canadian context
★6 World Studies: Content covering more than one continent (can combine courses to meet this)
★6 Cultural Studies: Indigenous culture, Francophone culture, Gender, Immigration, Inequality, Intersectionality, Labour rights, Women Studies or any anthropology, religion, sociology, or human geography and planning course.

Note

Students must take EDSE 374 which is normally offered in both the Fall and Winter Terms.