|Bachelor of Education admissions
||[Jul. 31st, 2011|02:52 am]
I've already graduated from the University of Ottawa with an Honours Bachelor of Arts in English, and now I'm thinking about reapplying for a Bachelor of Education. I clearly have the credentials to be admitted into the program that only requires one teachable, but I'm hoping to teach French as well as English - because it's so much easier to get hired as a French teacher. The only thing is, I didn't take any French courses in school.
The Ottawa U website is kind of confusing me.
When it talks about your second teachable, this is what it says:
At least 4 one-term university courses are required in the second teaching subject. These courses must be in the same field as the second teaching subject (no related subjects).
But then it adds this --
French as a Second Language
This option requires to pass both the oral and written components of the French language proficiency test.
So do I have to go and take some French courses first, or do I just have to pass the proficiency test to get into the BEd program?