Lakeland, URegina establish pathway for human services grads to gain BEd

Lakeland College human services graduates can more easily pursue a Bachelor of Education degree in elementary teacher education at the University of Regina, thanks to new pathways created by two new Transfer Credit Agreements. The agreements enable eligible graduates with an early childhood education certificate or diploma or an educational assistant certificate to apply for a block transfer to URegina’s BEd program. Those with a certificate will receive 15 credit hours, while those with a diploma will receive 30. “These transfer credit agreements will provide a valuable mechanism for Lakeland College graduates to leverage their certificate or diploma towards the completion of a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Regina,” said URegina Dean of the Faculty of Education Dr James Nahachewsky.

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