The combined Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education programs begin directly after high school. All applicants must take a placement test to assess their language skills.
In the combined B.A./B.Ed. programs, students start their pedagogical training in their second year of studies, while also taking some B.A. courses.
Of the universities in Nova Scotia offering Bachelor of Education programs, Université Sainte-Anne is the only one to train teachers to teach French as a first language and to grant the specialist diploma in teaching French as a second language.
For complete program details, please consult the program description in French.