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Junior / Intermediate Teaching Subject Prerequisites 2017-18


Applicants who apply to the Master of Teaching Program must specify which concentration and corresponding teaching subject(s) they would like to apply for. A course will be counted as a prerequisite toward your teaching subject(s) chosen if you have completed and received credit for the course or if you can prove you are currently enrolled in the prerequisite course on your transcript. Note that the course you are enrolled in must be completed before the start of the Master of Teaching Program.   


Junior / Intermediate Concentration (J / I)

Applicants who apply to this concentration will be eligible to teach children from grades four to ten. Please note that you can only select one teaching subject from the list below. Please ensure that you have the required number of courses in the subject listed below prior to applying to this concentration.

 

Junior / Intermediate Teaching Subjects and Prerequisites

Dramatic Arts
 
Three full-year university courses in Drama and Theatre Studies 
 
English (First Language) Three full-year university courses in English 
 
French (Second Language)

Five full-year university courses in French and demonstrated written and oral proficiency

  • If admissible to the program, applicants who select French as a Second Language as a teaching subject must demonstrate oral and written proficiency in French prior to registering in the program through testing administered at the time of admission. Applicants who fail to demonstrate proficiency will be deemed to have NOT satisfied the prerequisite for the French teaching subject even if they have the required number of academic courses. Refer to the OISE Proficiency Test in French & International Languages (OPTFIL) for detailed information about the test. 
Geography Three full-year university courses in Geography
Health and Physical Education Three full-year university courses in Health and Physical Education. 
History

Three full-year university courses in History

  • Up to 1 full-year course in Political Science, Philosophy, or subject-specific history such as Art History or Music History, may be counted towards this prerequisite
Mathematics

Three full-year university courses in Mathematics

  • Up to 1 full-year course in Statistics may be counted towards this prerequisite
Music - Instrumental Three full-year university courses in Instrumental Music
Music - Vocal Three full-year university courses in Vocal Music
Science-General

Three full-year university courses in Science

  • "Science" refers to Biology, Chemistry and Physics
  • Psychology courses are not accepted towards this prerequisite
Visual Arts Three full-year university courses in Visual Arts

*Not all teaching subjects may be offered in a given year. OISE reserves the right to cancel courses for which enrolment or resources are insufficient.