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  Dec 13, 2017
 
 
    
University of Alberta Calendar 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

BSc in Human Ecology/BEd (Secondary) Combined Degrees [ALES]


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General Information


(See also Bachelor of Science in Human Ecology/Bachelor of Education (Secondary) Combined Degrees  and BSc in Human Ecology/BEd (Secondary) Combined Degrees [Education] )

The Bachelor of Science in Human Ecology/Bachelor of Education (Secondary) Combined Degrees program provides a five-year integrated program of ★150 that prepares graduates for teaching CTS strands such as Foods and Fashion Studies. Coursework within the two Faculties is taken concurrently. Students initially apply for admission to the Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences and are considered to be registered in that Faculty for the first three years of the program. All qualified Year 3 BSc in Human Ecology/Bachelor of Education students will be promoted to Year 4 in the Faculty of Education provided a minimum GPA of 2.0 has been achieved and a minimum of ★90 applicable to the BSc in Human Ecology/BEd (Secondary) Degrees program has been successfully completed. See Bachelor of Science in Human Ecology/Bachelor of Education (Secondary) Combined Degrees  for detailed admission requirements and procedures for entry to Year 4 of this Combined Degrees Program.

Notes


  1. Students in Year 3 who have completed less than ★90 toward the BSc in Human Ecology/BEd program, but who have a GPA of at least 2.0, may remain in Year 3 of that program in the Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences for one additional year.
  2. A student who has been assigned a grade of “W” or “NC” in an Education Field Experience course is entitled to a second registration in this course. See also Reregistration in Courses . Notwithstanding Reregistration in Courses , students who receive a “W” or “NC” in the second attempt of a Field Experience course, will be required to withdraw from the combined degrees program, but may transfer back to the BSc in Human Ecology program.
  3. The final year of the program will normally be taken in attendance at the University of Alberta. Exemptions from this regulation can be made only with approval of the Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences and the Faculty of Education.

Program Requirements


Courses for the Combined BSc in Human Ecology/BEd Degrees must be carefully sequenced throughout the five years; therefore, students should plan their programs carefully with help from Academic Advisors from both Faculties.

★6 Natural Sciences from


(see Note 4)

  • BIOL,
  • CHEM,
  • PHYS,
  • EAS (Faculty of Science),
  • PSYCO (Faculty of Science)

Notes


  1. Professional Designation: To meet the educational requirements for Professional Human Ecologist designation, students must present ★36 in Human Ecology, Nutrition and Food Science, or Nutrition, including HECOL 100 , plus ★12 in course work closely related to their specialization.
  2. Students should declare their minor early in the program by filling out a form in 231 General Services Building. To decide on a minor, consult Education Chart 2.
  3. The Management in Organizations and Capstone Course requirements in Degrees Offered  and Human Ecology, BSc  are met by completion of Faculty of Education requirements.
  4. Students in the Combined BSc Human Ecology/BEd degree cannot take HECOL 301 . HECOL 268 , HECOL 270  or HECOL 354  are recommended. HECOL 300  is not recommended.

★3 Natural Sciences from


  • BIOL,
  • CHEM,
  • PHYS,
  • EAS (Faculty of Science),
  • PSYCO (Faculty of Science)

★3 Natural Sciences from


  • BIOL,
  • CHEM,
  • PHYS,
  • EAS (Faculty of Science),
  • PSYCO (Faculty of Science)

Years 4 and 5 (★60) Taken in the Faculty of Education


Students should refer to their individual Program Sheet for proper course sequencing.

Course Requirements (★30)


Field Experience Terms (★30)


Courses taken in the Field Experience Terms are normally taken concurrently.

Note:


Students are advised to consider prerequisite courses for advanced courses when planning their program, e.g., SOC 315  requires SOC 100  and SOC 210  as prerequisites.

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