- A university where your professors are invested in your future. They will know you by name and support you as you develop from a teacher candidate through your classes and practicum to applying for your first job as a teacher. Learn More »
- At Tyndale you will cover all curricular areas, including 6 credit hours of study in literacy and numeracy, and attend seminars on topics of interest to the teaching community.
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- You are invited to be part of a small, collaborative, and diverse community. You will develop strong teamwork skills, participate in special events, and make life-long friends. Learn More »
- The B.Ed program at Tyndale is 12 months long. You will begin your studies in July in order to lay a foundation preparing you to begin your first practicum on the first day of school in September. Learn More »
—Tyndale’s graduates are eligible for an Ontario Teaching Certificate through the Ontario College of Teachers. Tyndale’s Program is accredited by the Ontario College of Teachers. This accreditation is in effect until the regularly scheduled review in 2018.
Tyndale University College & Seminary has been granted a consent by the Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities to offer this degree for a five-year term starting December 12, 2007. An application for renewal of the consent has been submitted and the current consent remains in effect until a decision on the renewal application is made. Tyndale University College & Seminary shall ensure that all students admitted to the above-named program during the period of consent will have the opportunity to complete the program within a reasonable time frame.