Education - YNTEP After Degree
School of Health, Education and Human Services
t. 867.668.8845 f. 867.668.8805
The Yukon Native Teacher Education Program (YNTEP) after degree is a 60 credit program leading to a Bachelor of Education degree, offered in partnership with the University of Regina. Students with an approved undergraduate degree can enter directly into the 3rd year of the YNTEP program. Graduates qualify for both Saskatchewan and Yukon Teacher Certification and are eligible for teacher certification throughout Canada. Teachers are certified for Kindergarten to Grade 12.
YNTEP is a full-time program consisting of fall and winter semesters as well as a one-week summer cultural camp course. The program provides extensive school practicum experiences to ensure that graduates are well prepared for teaching positions in Yukon, including rural schools, and elsewhere. YNTEP students gain the knowledge and skills to develop units of instruction, plan lessons incorporating best practices of instruction within a cross-cultural and diverse classroom, and learn a wide variety of teaching strategies to meet the needs of all learners.
One of the goals of YNTEP is to foster awareness and valuing of Yukon First Nations' cultural experiences. Courses in Yukon First Nations history and courses in cross-cultural education serve to familiarize teachers-in-training with the diversity of students from a variety of Yukon First Nations.
As program transitions happen students may choose to complete the current YNTEP program through University of Regina at Yukon College or transfer into any new teacher education program that becomes available in the future.
To be eligible for admission, students must meet ONE of the following criteria:
- An approved first degree with a minimum UGPA of 65%; and
- A minimum of 39 credit hours in teaching areas supportive of provincial/territorial curricula.
- It is recommended that students have three provincial curricula areas (9 credit hours of senior courses). The approved non-education course listing is available on the Faculty of Education website in Academic Advising and Registration information section.
- Those who have not been awarded a degree upon submission of their application will be required to provide confirmation of their degree status from their respective institution prior to beginning the Education program.
The application form can be printed from the website, is also available from the Yukon College's Admission office; the School of Health, Education and Human Services office; or Yukon College community campuses.
Initial review of applications April 28th, 2017. Late applications will be considered only if program space is available.
The University of Regina awards a Bachelor of Education for the successful completion of 60 credits in the B.Ed. Program. Graduates must have successfully completed HIST 140 - History of Yukon First Nations and Self Government as well as all requirements as specified by the University of Regina.
Yukon College recognizes that a greater understanding and awareness of Yukon First Nations history, culture and journey towards self-determination will help to build positive relationships among all Yukon citizens. As a result, you will be required to achieve core competency in knowledge of Yukon First Nations. For details, please see www.yukoncollege.yk.ca/yfnccr.
YNTEP graduates become qualified teaching professionals, eligible to meet teacher certification requirements for Yukon and Saskatchewan and elsewhere in Canada.
60 credits in the B.Ed. Program
Tuition for credit programs is calculated per course credit. See Tuition and Fees.
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